Asked in Needs a Topic
Needs a Topic
Are there any full blooded Mayas today?
Asked in Indigenous Australians, Imperialism
Are there any true 100 percent full blood Australian aboriginals alive today 100 percent full bloods bloodlines unaffected by colonialism?
There are still 100% full-blooded Australian Aborigines alive today. Some live in small outback communities; others, still full-blooded, work at full-time jobs in cities and towns. Full-blooded Aborigines have not been required to state their degree of Aboriginal descent in censuses since 1971, but this does not mean there are none. Figures at the last censuses which did count degree of aboriginal descent varied between 40,000 and 80,000.
Asked in Harry Potter, Harry Potter Movies
Who is the full blooded brother of Harry Potter's friend?
Asked in Mammals
Are there any warm blooded animals besides mammals?
Asked in New Zealand, Maori Language and Culture
Is there any full blooded maori?
Full-blooded is a meaningless term in Maori society. There is only Maori or Pakeha (non-Maori). Maori is not just an ethnicity but a living culture. Terms such as 'full-blooded' are best suited to discussing animals not people; they are a dehumanising throwback to European colonialism. Note: The term 'Pakeha' is a New Zealand cultural term which simply means non-Maori. 'Pakeha' has no negative connotations whatsoever. Anyone claiming that 'Pakeha' is somehow derogatory is perpetuating an anti-Maori myth that has no basis in fact.
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
Is it in any way possible for a human being to be cold blooded like an animal?