Tech and tradition helping island's koalas survive fire

By Keira Jenkins
Updated July 9 2024 - 2:45pm, first published 2:39pm
Drones are helping locate and identify koalas before cultural burning practices to keep them safe. (HANDOUT/UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COAST)
Drones are helping locate and identify koalas before cultural burning practices to keep them safe. (HANDOUT/UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COAST)

Indigenous rangers are working to protect a Queensland island's koalas from fire, one of the biggest threats facing the marsupial residents.

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