Dozens of wildfires are burning out of control across Australia. A heat wave has made the fires worse. Ten people have died so far, and nearly 10 million acres of land have been destroyed since the fires began in September. But looking at historic bushfires, authorities are learning lessons from indigenous communities. Kyle Vass reports from Canberra, Australia.
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