Part of a traditional Aboriginal diet, bardi grubs feed on gum tree roots for several years while growing in size. A woman uses a crowbar to dig under a tree. Another woman shows which trees to dig under.
An Aboriginal woman uses a butter knife to pry grubs from tree roots and cooks them in hot ash.
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This program by anthropologist Barrie Machin shows the process of digging for bardi in the Wongatha region of Western Australia.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©1990
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