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The Pamporovo resort in the Rhodope Mountains reports a 9% rise in the number of tourists compared to last year. Since the start of the ski season, about 100,000 tourists have passed through the resort. Bulgarian and Balkan tourists are the prevailing group. There is a noticeable increase in the number of Serbian, Romanian and North Macedonian tourists. The interest of British tourists remains stable and the number of Turkish tourists has been growing in comparison to the previous year. Almost all ski runs in the area are open and skiing conditions are excellent, it was reported.
Australians are finding innovative ways to help animals affected by the fires that continue to devastate the country.
The New South Wales Government is using planes to provide thousands of pounds of carrots and sweet potatoes to feed starving animals.
Saving Australian Animals by Throwing Airplane Foods 2/13 Help Australia Why Do Australians Have Long Lifespan? The beautiful island of Tasmania This stunning and creative idea is called 'Operation Rock' and is run by National Parks and Wildlife in New South Wales. The main purpose of the operation is to feed the animals, as the continuing fires have hit them hard. The planes have so far thrown over 2,200 pounds of fresh vegetables from the sky.