Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/Dead-Kangaroo---Drought-Documentation-Australia-27MZIF1B3LI.htmlConceptually similarDead Kangaroo - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP01E2ZCompleted★★★★Trees and Drought-Stricken Land - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP0EVRCompleted★★★★★★★Farm Silhouette - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP0HD7Completed★★★★Emus on Outback Road - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP0DBKCompleted★★★★Richard Walker at Euroka Station - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP0TSCompleted★★★★Richard Walker at Euroka Station - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP06D4Completed★★★★The Long Paddock - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP01F39Completed★★★★The Long Paddock - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP016XTCompleted★★★★The Long Paddock - Drought Documentation AustraliaGP013JPCompleted★★★★View AllGP0TBDDead Kangaroo - Drought Documentation AustraliaGround cover is sparse on land outside of Ivanhoe in the far west of New South Wales, Australia. A grey kangaroo is dead along the highway. In times of severe drought, animals are forced to the highway edge to feed because condensation run-off from the road promotes the growth of grass. Drought is severely affecting this region in Australia. The situation is dire for those relying on the Murray-Darling River system. This once majestic river system occupies and supports four of Australia’s several states and in places has been reduced to a mere trickle.Locations:Australia-Ivanhoe-New South Wales-OceaniaDate:1 Jan, 2007Credit:© Dean Sewell / Oculi/Agence VU / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5564px X 3741pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Climate change impacts-Day-Death-Drought-Dry-Global warming-Kangaroos-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Wind turbinesShoot:Drought Documentation AustraliaDrought is severely affecting farmers and graziers in Australia. The situation is dire for those relying on the Murray-Darling River system. This once majestic river system occupies and supports four of Australia's several states and in places has been reduced to a mere trickle. Graziers already facing economic hardships are being forced to re-evaluate stock numbers, prompting large livestock sales throughout the country.