Waterholes and Claypans


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Where I live, outside the little town of Cue, there are rockholes and claypans. The Aboriginals used to go there for food and water. The claypans are bigger than ten football fields. They would hunt food at these places.

Artist: Karen Comeagain

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Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 60 × 120 × 4 cm
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