El DELWP estar en el lugar asegurando que haya recursos y experiencia disponibles para continuar cuidando a los animales lesionados”.Devastadores momentos en Australia; ms de 2000 koalas mueren por incendiosEl director ejecutivo de la Asociacin Australiana de Productos Forestales (AFPA), Ross Hampton, confirm que la plantacin estaba siendo talada el ao pasado, pero dijo que la tierra fue devuelta a un propietario privado una vez que se encontr el hbitat de koalas.”Esto no tiene nada que ver con la silvicultura . Es algo realmente terrible lo que sucedi. Estamos horrorizados”, declar Hampton.Adems, seal que el “protocolo es muy estricto” y dicta que los rboles “no se tocan si hay un koala presente”.”Trabajamos increblemente duro a travs de nuestros procesos de cosecha para cuidar cada koala en nuestras plantaciones de eucalipto azul; y encontrarlos heridos, mutilados y daados despus de haber salido de la propiedad es realmente inquietante”, declar..
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John L. Powers, Jr. John was born in Chicago, IL on June 1, 1943 while his father attended medical school. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the manned Crew Dragon spacecraft sits on launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center on May 27, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida: Saul Martinez/Getty ImagesThe launch of a SpaceX rocket could have “triggered lightning” and so had to be cancelled, Nasa has said.Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley were due to travel to the International Space Station (ISS) on a rocket and capsule system built by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s firm SpaceX.An estimated 1.7 million people from around the world tuned in to the launch from The Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.However as the weather conditions continued to worsen, Nasa and SpaceX decided to “scrub” the mission for safety reasons, less than 17 minutes before the Falcon 9 rocket was due to take off.Nasa administrator Jim Bridenstine said the decision was made because there was “simply too much electricity in the atmosphere”.He added: “There wasn’t really a lightning storm or anything like that, but there was concern that if we did launch it could actually trigger lightning.””I know there is a lot of disappointment today. The weather got us.”The launch date has now been moved to Saturday at 8:22 pm UK time.Mr Bridenstine added: “But I also wanted to say this was really a great day for Nasa it was a great day for SpaceX. I think our teams worked together in a really impressive way, making good decisions all along.”We have a lot to look forward to.