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Massachusetts boy creates tiny clay koalas to raise funds for Australian wildlife
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Massachusetts boy creates tiny clay koalas to raise funds for Australian wildlife

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A six-year-old Massachusetts boy is doing his part to raise money for wildlife affected by the bushfires in Australia by making and selling small koala bears and donating the proceeds.

Owen Colley of Hingham, Mass., says he is making the clay koalas to raise money for Australian wildfire relief because "helping animals is better than watching TV."

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Photos: Australians reeling from devastating fires

Australia's devastating wildfires have claimed at least 27 lives and destroyed more than 2,000 homes. Many towns will never be the same.

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