This essay Aborigines Needed Protection has a total of 179 words and 4 pages.
Aborigines Needed Protection
- They were the ones who settled in this land with their family and thought the land as their home.
- We were the ones whom found this land and disturbed their lives.
- They will not be able to live in a different sort of land because they have been living here for more than 5,000 years.
- We should protect them because we have destroyed their environment with no right to do that and have thought about them as intruders, foreigners.
- They also need protection of them selves and also of their culture so we do not loose one of Australia and the world’s culture.
- We have huge cultural differences even though some of our ancestors are aborigines and this can stop us from developing our country.
- We might be destroying their own habitats of surviving instead of helping them, because they already have their own way of living and their social lives.
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Ethnic groups in Taiwan, Headhunting, Taiwanese aborigines, Taiwanese Plains Aborigines
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