A koala is back on his paws and back in the wild after recovering from burns he suffered in an Australian bush fire earlier this month.
Jeremy, who became a global sensation after images of his treatment circulated online, was released Wednesday night, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
The koala was rehabilitated by the Australian Marine Wildlife Research & Rescue Organisation (AMWRRO) after being rescued by a local firefighter.
"Jeremy [is] now released and loving life once again," the AMRRO said on Facebook. "Special thanks to everyone involved ... and to the thousands of people who have sent sell wishes, support and strength his way."
The koala was the first of dozens sent to AMWRRO Wildlife Clinic after fires swept the Sampson Flat locality in South Australia, where it's the summer season.
He was was treated for second-degree partial thickness burns, the AMRRO said on Facebook.