As Australia burns, the same ingredients for disaster are found in N.J.

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MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM – Apocalyptic scenes from Australia — products of historic, sweeping wildfires in the country’s southern region — have gripped the world’s attention in recent weeks.

Bushfires have killed 26 people since the burning began in October, according to The Guardian, and over 2,000 homes have been destroyed, according to a CNN report. Over 1 billion animals are believed to have been killed by the fires, according to a USA Today report. Images of the blazes have spread throughout social media, spurring mass sympathy and international calls for donations …

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