Young people in Australia are using social media to highlight the effects of the devastating bushfires burning across several states.
More than six million hectares of land has been burned and millions of species have been put at risk.
At least 25 people have been killed in the fires with New South Wales being the worst affected area. Around 130 fires are burning in the state alone.
A state of disaster has been declared for the worst affected areas of Victoria.
Teenagers have flocked to social media platform TikTok to show the devastating effects and slam Prime Minister Scott Morrison's handling of the bushfire crisis.
TikTok is a social media platform which features videos between 15 to 60 seconds. Users often sing along to music or lip sync to dialogue.
The Australian Prime Minister is also being criticised for going on holiday in Hawaii in December. Morrison cut his holiday short after the deaths of two volunteer firefighters. He later apologised saying he should have made better decisions.
But that didn't stop TikTok users from slamming him. One video criticising his actions and featuring the song Cry For You by September has been liked 39,000 times.
One video set to Cradles by Sub Urban took aim at the Prime Minister, accusing him of ignoring the disaster.
Another, which featured a mashup of fire-related songs, has been liked more than 44,000 times. In the video, a man pretending to be Morrison is flicking through radio stations trying to find a non-fire related song.
A video set to Ellie Goulding's Burn used the lyric "And we gonna let it burn, burn, burn" to criticise Morrison.
One user slammed the Prime Minister's lack of action, suggesting he can't manage money and never responds appropriately.
Other videos feature thick, hazy, orange smoke choking towns. One video calling for help has been liked more than 100,000 times.
Another video shows thick smoke pouring out of a forest near a crowd of people who are watching in horror.
One video utilised the lyrics "My world's on fire, how about your's?" from Smash Mouth's All Star to highlight the crisis.