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Heat Waves Take Over Australia

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Heat Waves Take Over Australia

Heat Waves Take Over Australia

According to Gizmodo.com, Australia is experiencing a second heat wave within in two weeks, with temperatures in Melbourne hitting 109.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

In the meantime, while struggling to fight the heat, the state of Tasmania is currently attempting to fight "30 uncontained fires.

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