Australia: Kangaroos carcasses left strewn on the ground by devastating bushfires | AFP

Dead kangaroos and charred vehicles dot the landscape in the town of Batlow in New South Wales, as Australian farmers deal with the aftermath of catastrophic bushfires.

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Australian prison inmates care for abandoned animals

An Australian prison rehabilitates inmates by having them care for native animals that have been abandoned, attacked by prey, injured in a car accident or even seized in a drug bust. Kangaroos, emus, wombats, snakes and cockatoos are just some of the wildlife brought back to health by prisoners at the John Morony Correctional Complex north of Sydney, which can house up to 250 animals.