There are many aboriginals in Australia
No aborigines served in WW2 for Australia.
The Aboriginals had to try and use their own medicines and food to try and help, but most of the Aboriginals died because they didn't know how to cure the diseases.
before the Britten people came there were about 500,000 australian aboriginals
There are 540000 aboriginals in Australia today
Anywhere from 58,000 to 300,000. More than 90% of the Indigenous population was wiped out during the British colonisation.
Yes, but not many
about a thousand
yes and we all are sorry that some of them died
94% of Inca population 3.5million Aztecs died from the Europeans when Cortez found Mexico (later he defeated the Aztecs, claiming the gold, silver and other goodies)
The Aboriginals had many languages.
The Aboriginal population decreased because when the english came, they bought with them diseases such as smallpox, which the Aboriginals were not immune to, and so they died from that. They also died because the English killed many for land.
It is hard to know exactly how many aboriginals are educated in Australia. This is because, although some may not go to school, this does not mean that they are not educated at home.
It is not known how aboriginals ended up in Australia, as it is an island. It is assumed that they have been there for many thousands of years, migrating from Asia.
Aboriginals worship the Dreamtime
in which country can you meet aboriginals?
If you mean aboriginals as in the Australian aboriginals, yes they are still alive.
The dreaming is the aboriginals belief.The aboriginals belief in the dreaming that is why it afects on the aboriginals life.The dreaming is a important part of an aboriginals life.
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Aboriginals are the indigenous, original inhabitants of Australia,
Stories of the aboriginals lives.