"We stopped the bikes to help the koala get off the road otherwise they get hit by cars", she told the outlet of the encounter.
A desperate koala suffering in 40C-heat in South Australia approached a group of cyclists to drink from a water bottle, according to media reports.
Kind cyclists stopped to help a thirsty koala that was struggling with the warm weather as heatwaves and wildfires continued to ravage Australia.
One of the cyclists said that none of them have ever seen anything like it. A koala who was sitting in the middle of the road saw a bunch of cyclists approaching.
"There were about a dozen cyclists around me watching this (all men) and several commented that it was genuinely the best thing they've witnessed", she wrote while sharing the clip of the thirsty koala drinking from the water bottle.
Australia's Federal Minister for Environment, Sussan Ley, confirmed that an estimated 8,000 of the Kaola have died in New South Wales owing to the fires.
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The temperature around Adelaide hit 42 degrees Celsius on Friday afternoon.
"Initially, winds are not going to be that strong so we're going to see a few regions with severe fire danger on Saturday and Sunday".
Koalas are ravenous to dying as a result of bushfires plaguing the nation are destroying their meals and it's days earlier than somebody finds them.
The animals died either in bushfires or from starvation and dehydration afterwards, North East Forest Alliance president and ecologist Dailan Pugh told the inquiry.
"Survival of koalas is at emergency level with the decline of populations, loss of habitat and the bushfires", centre director Jeff Angel said.
The Nature Conservation Council also called for councils to be obliged to produce a plan.