Canberra, IANS Due to the fierce heat falling in Australia, 90 wild horses died. Officials from the Northern Territory province said on Thursday that the dead bodies of these horses were found near a pond completely dried up by Alice Spirings last week. For the past two weeks, the temperature in the Alice Springes area is above 42 degrees Celsius. It is six degrees more than the average temperature in January.
According to the officials, many other horses, asses and camels from the fierce heat and Lu also reached the brink of death due to lack of water. They have less hope of survival and they will be killed.
Thousands of Lou has increased the difficulties in the area. Due to not being able to bear the heat in New South Wales, many bats died. Millions of fish have also been found dead on the banks of rivers in affected areas.