OVAKVA IH SUŠA NIJE POGODILA 400 GODINA! Ugledni fotoreporter snimio fascinantne i istovremeno zastrašujuće prizore potpunog ništavila u Australiji

Australija je drugi najsuši kontinent na svijetu pa suše ondje i nisu neuobičajena pojava. No, već druge ih je godine zaredom pogodila suša koju smatraju rekordnom, a meteorolozi ne najavljuju skore promjene.

A lone tree stands near a water trough in a drought-effected paddock on Jimmie and May McKeown's property located on the outskirts of town of Walgett, in New South Wales, Australia, July 20, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH

Prema istraživanju provedenom prošle godinedijelovi Australije prolaze kroz periode suše kakve nisu doživjeli unatrag 400 godina. Najgore je u Istočnoj Australiji gdje su poljoprivrednici strašno pogođeni, osiromašeni i bore se za svaku kap vode. Posebno su stradali usjevi pšenice čiji je ova zemlja četvrti izvoznik na svijetu. Stručnjaci upozoravaju da će od iduće godine možda morati početi uvoziti pšenicu.

Farmeri se žale da je suša poprimila katastrofalne razmjere te da stoku jedva održavaju na životu. Mnogi koji ovise o usjevima kažu da jedva preživljavaju, nemaju vode ni za piće ni za tuširanje.

Fotograf Reutersa David Gray zabilježio je fascinantne fotografije iz zraka od kojih su mnoge snimljene dronom.

Pogledajte zastrašujuće i fascinantne snimke suše iz zraka:

Farmer Ash Whitney stands on the back of his truck as he throws out hay to his cattle in a drought-effected paddock on his property located west of the town of Gunnedah in New South Wales, Australia, June 3, 2018.

Sheeps eat grain dropped in a drought-effected paddock on a property located on the outskirts of Tamworth, in New South Wales, Australia, June 2, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH

Farmer Tom Wollaston's wife Margo talks with her daughter Natasha and her granddaughter Abbey as a rainbow forms above them at sunset on their drought-effected property, located west of the town of Tamworth, in north-western New South Wales in Australia, June 2, 2018. Picture taken June 2, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

A windmill and solar panels stand next to a dam in a drought-effected paddock on farmer Scott Cooper's property named South Park located east of the town of Gunnedah, in New South Wales, Australia, July 21, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH

An old bus used for storing farming equipment stands in a drought-effected paddock on a property located west of the town of Gunnedah in New South Wales, Australia, June 3, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH

A dead tree lies in a drought-effected paddock on farmer Tom Wollaston's property located west of the town of Tamworth in New South Wales, Australia, June 2, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH

Cattle walk across a hill next to a dead tree at sunset on farmer Tom Wollaston's drought-effected property, located west of the town of Tamworth in north-western New South Wales, in Australia, June 1, 2018. Picture taken June 1, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray

A windmill lies on the ground in a drought-effected paddock on farmer Scott Cooper's property named South Park located east of the town of Gunnedah, in New South Wales, Australia, July 21, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH

An old Sydney tram sits in a drought-effected paddock on Jimmie and May McKeown's property located on the outskirts of the town of Walgett, in New South Wales, Australia, July 20, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH

Farmer Jimmie McKeown walks near a water trough and tanks on his drought-effected property located on the outskirts of the town of Walgett, in New South Wales, Australia, July 20, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH

(Global CIR/Agencije)

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