Rob and Cath talk about why it’s important that Aboriginal bones, which were kept in museums, are being returned to their people.
The question is:
Where in your body would you find the humerus bone? In your:
Listen out for the answer at the end of the programme!
-The vocabulary to understand the text is:
A native of a country or region is somebody who was born there.
An object which is of interest to archaeologists, usually something made by humans.
The people we are descended from: our parents, grandparents, etc.
People who originally belonged to a place.
To look after something for someone.
Extreme unhappiness, pain or upset.
A formal or religious event, such as a wedding or a burial.
Actions which are traditionally carried out in a particular situation or ceremony.
Something that makes you feel very emotional.
To put your arms around somebody or something.
A group of people who work together to persuade an organisation to do something.