The bushfires in Australia have killed at least 23 people and more than half a billion wild animals. About 12.35 million acres have been scorched and more than 1,400 homes have been destroyed in the fires as well. As the sky turned blood-red and the air filled with smoke, entire communities were forced to flee and seek safety on the shore. "We evacuated to the beach and looked back, and watched a number of our neighbors' houses explode," Australian Tim Brown told Inside Edition.

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