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These images speak for themselves.

The second slide is a photo of a car, the aluminum rims of the vehicle have liquified and run down the slope.

Just FYI the melting point of aluminum is 660°C (1221°F)

These wildfires have created a smoke cloud larger than the continental United States.

It can be seen from space as it circles the hemisphere covering over 12000 km (7456 miles)

The smoke is so bad that the sky in neighboring New Zealand has turned orange, the plume being the thickest in recorded history to travel across the tasman sea.

In New South Wales, which is by far the hardest hit, the rural fire service said that as of this morning there were 150 fires active, 64 of them uncontrolled.

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