Did you know...?
1. Having lived in Australia for at least 50,000 years, Indigenous Australians have one of the world's oldest living cultures.
2. An Indigenous Australian person:
3. It's estimated that before colonisation, 200-250 different Indigenous languages were spoken in Australia. Today, approximately 145 have survived while 110 are critically endangered.
4. Many English words derive from Aboriginal languages, for example: barramundi, dingo, kangaroo, koala and wombat.
5. Indigenous Australians have close ties to the land, which mean a duty to look after it. Sacred sites include waterholes, burial grounds and rock art.
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