Firefighters tackling a wildfire in Australia have been faced with a more extreme challenge than they may be used to - a firenado.
Thomson Brook Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade, which looks after an area in Western Australia, uploaded footage of the strange phenomena taking place in an area of pine trees.
A firenado is created when cool air interacts with hot air, creating a swirling motion. The formation is very similar to that of a tornado, hence the name.
Last year, firefighters in Leicestershire faced the same problem whilst tackling a blaze at a factory.