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Cockle Shell

DSC06534The Cockle Shell,also known as the Midden Shell is an occupation site where Aboriginal people left the remains of their meals. At some sites deposits grew over generations of use of the same area after many years. Midden Shells are leftovers from some shellfish,bones,birds,fish and land and river animals used for food. Over the years the erosion of the sand makes the shells visible.

“On the 31st of August 2017 my class and I travelled down to Lake Ranfurly and I found a Midden Shell. I didn’t know what it was or what was it called, so I decided to research it and I was curious and now I know all about it.It is also a coincidence because this week in NAIDOC week.”IMG_3552

4 Responses to Cockle Shell

  1. Gabby says:

    I didn’t know the midden shell involved Aboriginals.

  2. Crystal says:

    I like how you described how the Aboriginals ate them and what they were.

  3. Ann says:

    I like how you explain about the Cockle shell. It makes the post interesting!

  4. Taleyah says:

    I didn’t know anything about cockle shells and now I know a little bit about them!

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