why indigenous Australians hunt and fish for there food By Shau-En

micro Questions

Witch part of the sea do they fish?

what animals do they track?

what tools do they use to make fishing rods.

answers

they used nets, spears and rods. they used shells, bones and wood. they attach these to fishing lines with tree sap or string. the hook was made of shell. the line was made out of vine. a grub, worm, spider or mussel is put on the hook for bait. they track cats, dogs, snakes, seagulls, kangaroos, cows, horses, lizards and crocodiles. the aboriginals fished every wear. many indigenous people uses spears for fishing. the fish spear has prongs so that fish does not fall off into the water.

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Created with images by PublicDomainPictures - "animal aqua aquarium" • sandid - "dingo wild dog" • ToNic-Pics - "crawl seal north sea" • Elias Levy - "Morey Eel"

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