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Noongar Fish Trap
Traditional fishing practices of Noongar people included the use of fish traps represented here by this mosaic. fish and other marine animals were attracted through the trap entrance at high tide or driven in by dolphins called to assist by Noongar fishers. As the tide receded, marine life was trapped and consumed or used for other cultural purposes.
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