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How cgibese would react if a panda die because people throw stones on it in an australian zoo?

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This post was edited by zhihu1 at 2018-4-21 16:33

You must have a scatter memory that Australia stole children from the aboriginals.

A thumb from a 2,000-year-old terracotta warrior on loan to a US museum was broken and stole away. The value of the historic arts you cannot affort all your life at all.

Kangaroo meat is sold in Australian restaurants. Australians kill them, eat them.

Your thread makes you look like a racist war monger, intentionally fires the flame everywhere, so you and your nation can make a profit.

I've uploaded a picture, waiting for the endorsement of CD.

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Post time 2018-4-21 16:10:23 |Display all floors
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zhihu1 Post time: 2018-4-21 16:08
You must have a scatter memory that Australia stole children from the aboriginals.

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Aboriginals used to eat kangaroos. Some still do. Aboriginal people are still allowed to eat whatever native animals they like pretty much. If you want to kill a crocodile you need to get permission from a local Aboriginal elder. I have even heard of Aboriginals eating ant eaters. Apparently you cool the ant eater on a fire with the spikes on. You cut it up from underneath at the belly after it is cooked.

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zhihu1 Post time: 2018-4-21 16:08
You must have a scatter memory that Australia stole children from the aboriginals.

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Mostly we just run over kangaroos in our cars. Not many people eat kangaroo meat.

But if you kill a kangaroo in Australia from hunting it and you don't have a culling license then you could go to jail. Especially of you have a dog with you. But nobody cares about all the kangaroos that get killed by cars. They won't even put a fence up.

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Post time 2018-4-21 16:35:23 |Display all floors
In defense of the stone throwers - kangaroos have soft skulls. It doesn't take much to kill one if you hit it in the head.

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HailChina! Post time: 2018-4-21 16:34
Mostly we just run over kangaroos in our cars. Not many people eat kangaroo meat.

But if you kil ...

Thank you for the info you posted, HailChina.

In the past, kangaroo meat was more widely accepted. It was always eaten by aboriginal Australians, for whom the succulent tail, roasted in a pitful of embers, is a particular delicacy. The early European settlers ate kangaroo out of necessity, and many eventually came to enjoy a red meat that didn't really taste so different from venison, hare or beef. According to historian Barbara Santich in her book Bold Palates: Australia's Gastronomic Heritage, kangaroo recipes appeared regularly in cookbooks until the 1930s. Kangaroo soup was highly prized, as was "steamer", a stew made from kangaroo enriched with salt pork. But as more Australians moved to the cities and living standards rose, kangaroo meat and other so-called "bush tucker" fell out of favour.(bbc)

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