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LONGREACH, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 20: Nic Walker closely followed by a kangaroo fondly named 'Blue Boy' enters a shearing shed at his property 'Rio Station' on March 20, 2014 in Longreach, Australia. Queensland, Australia's second-largest state, is currently suffering from its widest spread drought on record. Almost 80% of the region is now declared affected. The Australian government recently approved an emergency drought relief package of A$320m, of which at least A$280m is allocated for loans to assist eligible farm businesses to recover. (Photo credit: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)
(KNX 1070) — Some Californians aren’t taking the drought seriously. Charles Feldman reports there could be some lessons to be learned from another part if the world that met a similar challenge head on.