Monday , June 21 2021

One bit of bite thanks to Queensland heatwave



"Six notifications have been cut or scratched by bats

FNQ Wildlife Rescue has allowed five colonies in the five colonies of Cairns to stop volunteering.

FNQ Wildlife Rescue has allowed five colonies in the five colonies of Cairns to stop volunteering.Credit:ABC Far North

Last week, four times today, unusually high and public health release released last week, "said Dr. Richard Gair Public Health Service Tropical.

"You can sculpt both hand and leather gloves, so leave a prepared one for caregivers, a vaccine against the virus and the right protective equipment."

Dr. Gair said if you will find a writer called a vaccinated wildlife rescuer.

Hundreds of bats left this heat dead in the week.

FNQ Wildlife Rescue has allowed five colonies in the five colonies of Cairns to stop volunteering.

A group of SES volunteers strove on Monday night to divert traffic, a sudden rescue group led to 20 miles south of Cairns.

Record-breaking temperatures have shaken this week in northern Queensland, dropping 42.6 degrees on Monday to 44.9 degrees in Cairn and Proserpine.

Mercury rises to 35.6 degrees in Brisbane on Wednesday, mainly in November 28.1.

The Meteorological Office expects a week-end relief on Wednesday and Saturday with the highest 29 degrees.

Lydia Lynch is a Brisbane Times reporter


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