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How the Kangaroos Got Their Tails

by George Mung Mung Lirrmiyarri (Narrator), Pamela Lofts (Compiler)

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An Australian aboriginal story from the oral tradition, illustrated with aboriginal children's paintings. ( )
  tripleblessings | May 28, 2006 |
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Two kangaroos lived near each other, the small kangaroo found some sugarbag and started to eat it, the big kangaroo came along and wanted to have some sugarbag as well. The small kangaroo tricked the larger one by making him find spiders instead. So they had a fight and threw sticks at each other. Read on and find out what happened.… (more)

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