How did the Aboriginals live?


The Aboriginal people are inhabitants of Australia and in ancient times they lived along the coast while some lived in the bushes and survived by managing the environment well to ensure steady food supply. Those that lived in the bushes survived by hunting and gathering.
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Australia is known to be the home of the Aboriginal clans. During the period of European discovery and settlement, up to one million Aboriginal people lived across the continent as hunters and gatherers. Historians believe that they were scattered in 300 clans and spoke 250 languages and 700 dialects.
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they are all homeless some of them are kinda smart so they live in rubbish bins mostly consisting of the meal rotten chicken.
Early humans needed fire to keep themselves warm and to cook with. In time, they learned to carry fire with them, but when they had to start a new fire, they found a dry stick and
they carved the end of a branch witch had fallen used a rock and carved it so its a point and it was sharp so it would peirce the skin when it hit an animal.
In the late 1600s, Native Americans traded fur and deerskin with the colonials who sold the goods to Europeans. The settlers also traded lumber, rosin, turpentine and salted meats
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