Boomerangs for sale on display at local store, Perth, Western Australia, Australia : Stock Photo
Boomerangs for sale on display at local store, Perth, Western Australia, Australia : Stock Photo

Boomerangs for sale on display at local store, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

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A curved flat wooden missile used by the Australian aborigine in hunting or warfare. There are also two types of boomerang, returning and non-returning. The returning boomerang is used for catching birds. The non-returning boomerang was used in hunting but was mainly used in warfare as it could be thrown further and struck its target with greater force. The oldest Australian Aboriginal boomerangs are ten thousand years old,

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