Stingray spear fishing. by Daniel Warrulukuma

Stingray spear fishing.

Traditionally, the steel prongs on the spearhead would have been made from bird or mammal bone, such as kangaroo, stingray spines, shells, fish teeth or hardwood. The binding agent to hold these materials onto the spear shaft would have been made from dried kangaroo tendons or a particular type of bark resin.

This is a story of old way fishing and hunting.