How did the Aboriginals survive in harsh conditions?

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What conditions did the Aborigines live in?

Presuming this question to refer to how the Australian Aborigines lived prior to European settlement, and for some decades afterwards: . They were hunters and gatherers . The men hunted animals, while the women and children gathered fruits, seeds, nuts, plants, yams, etc. If they lived by rivers (MORE)

How did the aboriginals survive?

Each individual community of aboriginals had to learn specificserval skills for their location.These include . What can you eat . Where do you find it . How do you get it . Where is the water, how do you find it, how do you get it. . Is anything around likely to eat you before you eat it. (MORE)

Can a willow tree survive in harsh climate?

There are several varieties of willow trees and some varieties areable to survive in harsh climates. Types of willow trees that growin the extreme northern climates include the sage leaf and flatleaf.

How do bacteria survive harsh conditions?

They form an endospore. An endospore is a thick cell wall that helps protect them. Endospores enable bacteria to lie dormant for extended periods of time when the environment is unfavorable (such as extreme temperatures, radiation, extreme pH levels, extreme pressures and harmful chemical agents) (MORE)

How are cactus' able to live under such harsh conditions?

Cacti have adapted to extremely arid and/or semi-arid hot environments. They show a wide range of features which conserve water. Their stems have adapted to become photosynthetic and succulent, while the leaves have become the spines for which cacti are well known. The bodies of many (MORE)

How do seals survive the harsh wether i need to know?

Seals are very good at surviving cold temperatures, because they are protected by a thick layer of fat under their skin, called blubber. It is extremely effective- there is no ocean on earth so cold that it doesn't have seals.

How did the aborigines survive?

Aborigines survived on A special bread called "damper", they also caught fish and Drank water( when they could get some). Dionne Meikle

How was the harsh condition reaching the Oregon Trail?

Very harsh. Pioneer journals describe crossing flooded rivers and having whole wagons getting washed down river and how they lost everything. They write about the sickness, death, and heat. How, when going over the mountain passes, the wagons would go over a cliff and they would loose family members (MORE)

What aboriginal survival skills are there?

The Aboriginal survival skills were hunting, gathering food that was available, making simple weapons to defend themselves. Hunting would help them survive by getting them animal meat to eat and to hunt things before they got to them. Gathering food would be anything to Kangaroos to witchetty grubs. (MORE)

What are the conditions for the Aborigines today?

Aborigines live in houses, just like everyone else. There are some who prefer to live a more traditional nomadic life in the country, and use traditional shelters and methods. Aborigines who live in very remote areas often have health problems, as hospitals and treatment are far away. This is one of (MORE)

How can lichens survive in habitats so seemingly devoid of nutrients and under harsh physical condition?

Lichens are one of the first organisms to colonise a newly disturbed area and are a part of the first stage in plant succession. Like mosses lichens have a number of adaptations which allow them to survive seemingly nutrient free habitats. Lichens, unlike vascular plants can grow with very littl (MORE)

How aboriginals helped Europeans survive?

The War for the land: A Short History" of Aboriginal-European relations in Cairns. Conflict between Aborigines and Europeans began almost immediately after the first arrival of settlers in Cairns in October 1876. Before this time early navigators had passed through the seas off Cairns, but had h (MORE)

How harsh were the conditions at breitenau concentration camp?

In the eyes of the Nazis, the deaf were of "minor value". The assumption that deafness was a "hereditary disease" lead to forced sterilization. Breitenau was a Nazi education and labor camp established in June 1933 in Germany. It was located in Guxhagen, ca. 15 km south of Kassel and was built aroun (MORE)

How did aboriginals survive in the amazon Rain forest?

The aboriginals survived by collecting food, the koala bear and the possum was there most bets prize food, the men were responsible for hunting the big animals like birds and fish and the women were supposed o harvest the insects,shellfish and plant foods.

Which woman dedicated her life to helping aboriginal people who were the victims of harsh development?

This was Daisy Bates. She worked with the Australian Aborigines in the early 1900s, helping to bridge understanding between them and the European settlers. She was commissioned by The Times newspaper to investigate stories of cruelty to the indigenous people of Australia. She settled in northwest (MORE)

By forming this structure some bacteria can survive harsh condition?

They form an endospore. An endospore is a thick cell wall that helps protect them. Endospores enable bacteria to lie dormant for extended periods of time when the environment is unfavorable (such as extreme temperatures, radiation, extreme pH levels, extreme pressures and harmful chemical agents) (MORE)

Do Koala bears have harsh living conditions?

Koalas, which are not bears at all, do not necessarily have harsh living conditions, althoug it is true that they sometimes endure terrible heatwaves in southern Australia, which often lead to devastating bushfires. It lives mostly within the temperate zones. Its habitat is eucalypt woodland and (MORE)

How have the Adelie Penguins adapted the the harsh conditions in Antarctica?

"Adelie Penguins, like the other three penguin types that breed onAntarctica's beaches, increase their body warmth by basking in the(usually) 24-hour sun, or by retreating to liquid water, which isalways warmer than the ambient Antarctic air. The home of all penguins is sea water, and that's where t (MORE)

How did the Jews deal with such harsh conditions?

The upper middle and higher class fled to another country. Everyone below found a hiding spot or were sent to concentration camps __ Not all upper and middle class fled. Many were rounded up and sent to concentration camps as well. Those that did manage to flee, usually went to other European coun (MORE)

Why does not bacteria survive in harsh conditions?

There are a number of bacteria that DO survive in harsh environments be it pH or temperature extremes or an environment that is very salty. Bacteria that don't survive in harsh conditions usually lose cell wall integrity and break apart, or lose all their intercellular fluid and shrivel up.

How do animals survive in the harsh desert climates?

There is no one way desert animals survive. Instead, there are a lot of ways animals (and plants) survive in deserts, in part because there are different kinds of deserts. Some are hot, some are cold, some get a lot of rain occasionally, while others get no rain ever, but do get a lot of dew frequen (MORE)

How did Anasazi survive in such harsh environment?

The Anasazi irrigated their very arid landscape to grow corn, beans, and squash, herded sheep, hunted rabbits and deer and bison, and tried to live in harmony with the elements; which included the Great Spirit and other, lesser gods.

How do spiders survive you harsh winters?

Spiders like the garden orb weavers, argiopes, widow varieties thatonly live one season, will die in Winter, leaving behind their eggsac for the next season. Other spiders like tarantulas and fishingspiders, that live longer may hibernate in Winter spending the coldweather under tree bark or rocks, (MORE)

How do penguins survive in its harsh environment?

Penguins survive their harsh environment because of a layer of fatand water-resistant feather patterns that are tightly packed. Thefeathers keep out the brutal Antarctic winds. When possible, and apenguin wants to 'warm up', the animal simply dives into the warmerwater, which is always warmer than t (MORE)

How do reindeer survive the harsh climate?

Reindeer have a thicker coat in winter than in the summer. Theywill dig down through the snow to reach grasses and mosses(reindeer moss is a favourite) to eat. They will also gnaw at treebark.

What is the importance of treasury management under harsh economic conditions?

Treasury management involves the process of managing the cash,investments and other financial assets of the business. The goal ofthese activities is to optimize current and medium-term liquidityand make solid financial decisions involving invested andinvestable assets. Treasury management also inclu (MORE)