Aboriginal Hunting in the Northern Territory

Turtle meat

A family enjoys the meat of a cooked green turtle. After the turtle is cooked, the bottom plate is removed and the meat distributed along strict ritual family lines among the Yanyuwa from Borroloola.

Photo by Ludo Kuipers, Mon Oct 06, 1986
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