Australians are finding innovative ways to help the animals affected by the bushfires that continue to ravage the country.

The government of New South Wales is using planes to drop thousands of carrots and sweet potatoes to feed starving animals. This stunning and creative idea it’s led by the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service.
The main goal of the operation is to feed the state’s marsupials since the bushfires greatly affected them. So far, aircraft have dropped over 2,200 kilograms of fresh vegetables from the sky. Cloudy with a chance of carrots? Definitely.