Green grasses have sprouted through burnt tree trunks
The Australian bushfire has destroyed and devastated huge area of country's natural environment.
Since the fires began in September, at least half a billion animals, countless trees, plants as well as other living things have been killed and more than 6.3 million hectares of land has been burned.
But in some recently-burned areas, signs of life are returning as green grasses have sprouting through burnt tree trunks.
This has given hope to the people as it is sign of rebirth of burned forest.
PC: ABC News