Australia virtual Isolation

45,000- 50,000 years ago Australia's natives claimed their land. Traveling from place to place wasn't as easy so long ago. It's said that the aboriginals set forth during a time with lowered sea-levels.

By the time Europeans made their way to Australia, the aboriginals had already claimed and utilized the land for their advantage. They adapted themselves accordingly to the environment around them as well as the different tribes.

The aboriginals culture was like many others, they had their own way of life with entertainment and moral standards. How they went about their days, and the roles of their people. A major set back was the agriculture, it was what they were missing for any kind of revolution. No matter, they still made do and kept their culture alive and prominent.

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Monroe, M H. "Aboriginal History of Australia." Australia: The Land Where Time Began, 15 Nov. 2008.

Villanueva Siasoco, Ricco. "Aboriginal Australia." InfoPlease, Sandbox Networks Inc.

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