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well because the unions of the longest unbroken cultural tradition on earth , the strain aborigines come from africa some fourteen sixty thousand years ago and the connection with the land it's practically written into their data , waiting in ankle deep water that is infested with crocodile sounds man but it when it's done by one of these men it seemed strangely quotable , we've just seen on the aboriginal hunters kit three crocodiles , and didn't come back the same way they would go to both , i have two images that i cannot separate as my favorites , through spitting when roy carries a crocodile over his shoulder after he successfully shot it while standing no more than a few feet away ankle deep muddy water , the way he threw it ivory sheltering carried away was just so normal to him but to me and most people , the second image shows another local hunter with a gold crucifix resting on his initiations because he received during a ceremony at some , i think it shows clearly the impact two completely different cultures , have had on such a strong man , to witness a highly skilled aboriginal hunter is a privilege , and one i will never forget