Grayson Dolan Shares Red Sun Image Caused By Australia’s Bushfires
Grayson Dolan just shared a video of a blazing red sun from his trip to Australia and it has raised a lot of awareness. The wildfires in Australia are a threat to people, nature, and wildlife and need to be paid more attention to.
The Dolan Twins
The Dolan Twins are famous for their comedy vlogs and of course, their good looks. The duo has 10.6 million subscribers on YouTube. And Grayson Dolan alone has 9.5 million followers on Instagram. Whereas on Twitter, he has another whopping 8.3 million followers. Hence, it’s clear that the twins have quite an influence.
The Dolan Twins were recently in Australia. They spent some time in the wilderness there. Grayson Dolan kept giving updates on his Twitter, saying it was very intense there.
Surviving in the Australian wilderness for the next 2 days… wish us luck
— Grayson Dolan (@GraysonDolan) December 3, 2019
Hey I’m alive.. Kinda🥵
The Australian wildness is NO JOKE that was intense af
— Grayson Dolan (@GraysonDolan) December 5, 2019
Grayson Dolan shares a video of the red sun in Australia
Grayson even shared an image that depicts the horror that Australia is facing, and it’s repercussions on the environment. The Australian bushfires are the main cause behind these consequences.
On Twitter, he posted a video of a burning red sun extremely bright in color. Most of us have never seen such a sight before.
Grayson Dolan wrote: “The sun because all the smoke here in Australia” followed by a sad emoji.
The sun because all the smoke here in Australia 😳 pic.twitter.com/wxwVdTzTre
— Grayson Dolan (@GraysonDolan) December 7, 2019
A great amount of people from Australia also shared their distress. They urged Dolan to use his platform to spread awareness about the Australian bushfires.
Basically large parts of Eastern Australia are suffering as they are facing catastrophic fires that bring a lot of danger. Many internet users were unaware of the issue. However, Grayson Dolan’s tweet has helped in spreading awareness globally, to some extent.
850,000 hectares of land have already been destroyed and over 100 fires are still burning.
The fires have also put a lot of Australian wildlife like Koala Bears in danger. In only 24 hours, 100 koala bears got wiped out.
Houses are also in danger, and many people have had to evacuate. The people of Australia need help and resources. You can also donate or contribute towards their help.