Sewage flows into a river in Western Australia and fears of poisonous frogs spreading

The flood waters receded in Western Australia, revealing the extent of the damage it had caused in the region.

Three kilometers of Northern Highway, west of Willary, were washed away, and a sewage pipe running along the bridge was severely broken, allowing sewage to flow into the river.

In addition, there are serious concerns about the spread of poisonous frogs as a result of the flooding west of the Kimberley.

Where a resident of the area reported that he had seen the poisonous frog and expressed his fears of the spread of this poisonous organism, as it is considered deadly to animals.

On the other hand, those areas are still isolated and inaccessible, so airdrops are still going on as it is the only way to get supplies there.



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