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  • DJ Doyle

    Kindness - Firefighter gives koala water during Black Saturday, the devastating forest fire in Victoria, Australia.

  • D.B. Harrop

    Everyday heroes who live and work among us! A firefighter gives water to a thirsty koala bear....

  • Jay Bazzinotti

    An Australian firefighter during a forest fire came across a koala. The animal looked at him with a resigned expression, knowing he would be killed. It was completely exhausted and unable to outrun the fire or the man any longer. The firefighter called for water and gave the koala a much needed drink. The koala put aside it's fear of men and drank the water gratefully. The firefighter brought the animal to a rescue shelter for animals and it survived.

  • Kim McLean

    A firefighter gives water to a koala during the devastating Black Saturday bushfires that burned across Victoria, Australia, in 2009. Photo credit Mark Pardew, Associated Press

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