A woman rescued a badly burnt and wailing koala from an Australian bushfire on Tuesday.
The marsupial was spotted crossing a road amongst the flames near Long Flat in New South Wales (NSW).
A local woman, who told Australia's Nine News her name was Toni, rushed to the koala's aid, wrapping the animal in her shirt and a blanket and pouring water over it.
She said she would transport the injured koala to the nearby Port Macquarie Koala Hospital.
The country's koala populations have been a major victim of the flames, with more than 350 of the marsupials feared killed in a major habitat.