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Frederikke Hasholt Henriksen

on 2 February 2016

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Transcript of Boomerangs

History of the boomerang
The non-returning boomerang

The returning boomerang
How to use
This video shows how the Aboriginal people used the returning boomerang.
The symbols
The boomerang sport
Today we use the boomerang to sport. It's not a very popular sport. In 2003 Erin Hemmings threw the boomerang 406,3 metres at Fort Funston Cup in San Fransisco. She also has the world record today.
Two kinds of the boomerang
- Where did it come from?
- Aboriginal boomerang 10.000 years old
Where did the boomerang come from?
What does this symbol mean?
- Used for hunting
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