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VIDEO : The Lake Condah region in south-west Victoria shows evidence of a network of channels and rock structures used by the Indigenous inhabitants for trapping eels. If the dating of the fish traps is correct, they would be some of the most ancient structures of this type in existence

VIDEO : The Lake Condah region in south-west Victoria shows evidence of a network of channels and rock structures used by the Indigenous inhabitants for trapping eels. If the dating of the fish traps is correct, they would be some of the most ancient structures of this type in existence

Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians Aboriginals' farm near Mount Franklin. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians Aboriginals' farm near Mount Franklin. This image was taken by Antoine Fauchery and Richard Daintree between late 1857 and early 1859 for inclusion in their Photographic Series Sun Pictures of Victoria.

The oldest human constructions in the world - Aboriginal fish traps at Brewarrina, NSW

The oldest human constructions in the world - Aboriginal fish traps at Brewarrina, NSW

Aleut Eskimo Indians build a fish trap or weir in Alaska. No date. Photographer unknown.

Aleut Eskimo Indians build a fish trap or weir in Alaska. No date. Photographer unknown.

Indigenous Shelter (three) - Aborginal Environments Research Centre site at The University of Queensland

Indigenous Shelter (three) - Aborginal Environments Research Centre site at The University of Queensland

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