I LOVE READING NEWS LIKE THIS.
Even when the world feels horrid, it’s stuff like this that’ll keep us going.
The Australian Reptile Park in Somersby, Australia has a new arrival. It’s one that means the world to not only the zoo, but to the entire country.
Just months after wildfires destroyed 30% of the koala population and caused thousands of damage to the land, a ray of hope has appeared.
Meet the park’s newest little bean, Ash. She’s the first Koala joey to be born post-wildfires.
We have a very special announcement… Our very first koala of the season has popped out of Mums pouch to say hello! 🐨Keepers have decided to name her Ash! Ash is the first koala born at the park since the tragic Australian bushfires and is a sign of hope for the future of Australia’s native wildlife.
Posted by Australian Reptile Park on Monday, May 25, 2020
The park has remarked that Ash is a sign of hope for the future of Australia’s wildlife, and no more truer words have been spoken.
Check out the heartwarming video and keep your head up!
We’re all in this together.