Australian aborigine weapons, 1836

Australian aborigine weapons, 1836

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Credit: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, LONDON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Australian aborigine weapons. Artwork of Australian aborigine weapons and throwing sticks, observed by the British naturalist Charles Darwin. He visited Australia in February and March 1836 during the five years of the second survey voyage of HMS Beagle. This artwork is from page 480 of Darwin's 'Journal of Researches' (the 1890 John Murray first illustrated edition).

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