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VIDEO : The Lake Condah region in south-west Victoria shows evidence of a network of channels and rock structures used by the Indigenous inhabitants for trapping eels. If the dating of the fish traps is correct, they would be some of the most ancient structures of this type in existence

VIDEO : The Lake Condah region in south-west Victoria shows evidence of a network of channels and rock structures used by the Indigenous inhabitants for trapping eels. If the dating of the fish traps is correct, they would be some of the most ancient structures of this type in existence

Fish Trap sculpture - by Maningrida - Urban Art Projects National Gallery of Australia

Maningrida Fish Trap, National Gallery of Australia, fabricated by Urban Art Projects

Black & white plate, Powerhouse Museum - Aboriginal fish traps effective and efficient technology.

Black & white plate, Powerhouse Museum - Aboriginal fish traps effective and efficient technology.

Walga Rock west of Cue is a fascinating place to visit, whether you only have a few hours or several days to camp out.  The rock covers a huge area and features a gallery of Aboriginal paintings sheltered by an overhang.

Walga Rock

Walga Rock west of Cue is a fascinating place to visit, whether you only have a few hours or several days to camp out. The rock covers a huge area and features a gallery of Aboriginal paintings sheltered by an overhang.

Mandjabu (conical fish trap), Western Arnhem Land 1985 by Anchor Kulunba (c 1917 - 1996), Kuninjku language group. NSW Art Gallery

Water woven (Mandjabu (conical fish trap), Western Arnhem Land 1985 by Anchor Kulunba (c 1917 - Kuninjku language group.

The aboriginals in the north of australia have a kind of burial where the corps is laid on a wooden platform, covered in plants and leaves, so the corps can rot. Then, the bones which are left are painted red, and are  either put in a dead tree, carried around by relatives, or put in some kind of shelter

Haunted Yorkshire - 10 Bizarre Death Rituals - This site is for people who are interested in ghosts and paranormal activity in and around the Yorkshire area.

Gunditjmara. Possum skin cloak

Portrait of unidentified Aboriginal woman wearing a possum skin cloak, carrying a child on her back, South Australia, ca. from the National Library of Australia

Fish traps made of rock and brush on Western Australia's South Coast. Photo courtesy of the WA Museum. (Emily Powell - ABC Local Radio)

Fish traps made of rock and brush on Western Australia's South Coast. Photo courtesy of the WA Museum.

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