How Aboriginals survived for 50,000 years by Jake.r 4bass

What indigenous people ate?

shellfish

Indigenous people cooked and ate a variety of meats, such as kangaroo, possum , goanna and crocodile those living on the coast also ate fish and shellfish.

What medicine they used?

Spiritual beliefs were important in healing. Healers used massage and heat to ease pain.

How they clothed themselves?

They usually killed a kangaroo or a possum and craved the inside of them and wore them over the top of themselves to keep themselves warm. For the undies they would get a palm leaf and cut it in half and wrap it around their legs.

Resources used:

Book: first Australians and the early settlers

http://koorihistory.com/traditional-aboriginal-clothing/

Credits:

Created with images by wodka - "caribbean person male" • wuestenigel - "Meer Krabbe" • HurleyFamily - "kangaroo" • howliekat - "first aid station door" • dotun55 - "nightshade"

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