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Old 29th July 2019, 04:11 PM   #1
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Default boomerangs used in vanuatu

i have read several references that both eskimos and the natives of vanuatu use boomerangs.. ive never seen any example of the eskimo ones in any museums or any pictures.. so if anyone has that would be great..

however when searching vanuatu boomerang one of the first images is one of a boy clutching some wooden items in his hand in the forest and the captions says boy hunting birds with boomerang.. photo is very recent.. but you cant see what the item actually looks like.

has anyone got an example of a native boomerang or a picture of one?
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