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Garruragan: Yindjibarndi Fauna

By: Juluwarlu Aboriginal Corporation
89 pages, colour photos
Garruragan: Yindjibarndi Fauna
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  • Garruragan: Yindjibarndi Fauna ISBN: 9781875946549 Paperback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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This book describes and tells stories about animals in the Pilbara region, Western Australia, in Yindjibarndi and English, and gives animals their Yindjibarndi, English and zoological names. The book has taken JAC just over 12 months to complete and will give readers an insight into how local groups hunt and prepare animals to eat in the wild, as well as the cultural significance of local fauna.

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By: Juluwarlu Aboriginal Corporation
89 pages, colour photos
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