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  1. Yolngu dogs

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    This segment is accompanying material to a paper entitled 'Ontology, Ontogeny and Otherness: different relational ways of being with dogs in Aboriginal Australia and Mongolia' to be published…

  2. Exploring Lost Caves in Flores Indonesia

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    In 1954 a missionary residing in Flores Indonesia, Father Verhoeven, discovered a 3-4000 year-old skeleton and evidence of human occupation at a rock shelter. The site had been lost to archaeology…

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    • Sugarbag Dreaming

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      For Yolngu living on country, in the homeland communities of Northeast Arnhem Land, the relationship with local, endemic stingless bees is quite different from the 'domestication' of the…

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      • Living with Crocodiles

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        In the homeland community of Garrthalala, in northeast Arnhem Land, the saltwater crocodile is very much a part of every day life. For the Gumatj clan, the crocodile (or baru in Yolngu matha) is…

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        • The Nyiknyik, or hopping mouse in Arnhem Land

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          The Yirralka rangers are out on country in Dhalinbuy, Northeast Arnhem Land, to conduct a fauna survey. They set traps in the afternoon, then check and dismantle them again the following morning.…

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          • Jack's Fortunate Life Part II: Jack in the Desert

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            In this second part of 'Jack's Fortunate Life', Jack Featherstone relates stories from experiences and adventures while travelling across the Western Australian Desert in the late '50's.…

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            • Jack's Fortunate Life Part III: Jack in Temora

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              This segment is the third part of 'Jack's Fortunate Life'. During the university holidays, eighteen year-old Jack Featherstone went to work in the wheat town of Temora in inland New…

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              • Jack's Fortunate Life Part I: Jack in Braidwood

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                Artist and storyteller Jack Featherstone features in this first segment of a three-part observational video portrait. Jack is in his eighties. He lives and paints in an old converted school house…

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                • Following Flying Foxes I: can people really help flying foxes?

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                  This is the first video in the trilogy entitled 'Following Flying Foxes'. The video features individual flying foxes being cared for by Jenny and a team of volunteers at the Tolga Bat Hospital…

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                  • Following Flying Foxes III: What happens when humans decide on zero tolerance?

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                    This observational video features native flying foxes, or fruit bats, who reside in the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney. There have been ongoing debates as to whether the flying foxes should be removed…

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                    • Following Flying Foxes II: What is it like to foster an orphan?

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                      This observational video features Naomi and a young grey-headed flying fox, Peebo, who Naomi has been caring for in her home. This is the final day she is caring for the orphaned Peebo before he is…

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                      • Khangai Herds: winter racing

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                        Near the capital of Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, horses and jockeys race in winter temperatures of more than minus 30 degrees Celcius. The child jockeys often have blemishes on their cheeks from frost…

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