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First transmitted in 1963, David Attenborough continues his journey through Australia's Northern Australia. He looks at the hunting of wildlife such as geese and water buffalo.

First transmitted in 1963, David Attenborough continues his journey through Australia's Northern Territory. He looks at the hunting of local wildlife such as magpie geese and water buffalo. David Attenborough interviews Yorky Billy, an Australian whose family were originally from Yorkshire. Having lived all his life in the bush, Yorky Billy is an expert on the wild buffalo of the Northern Territory and imparts some useful advice on how to avoid annoying them. Back amongst an Aboriginal community David Attenborough explores burial traditions and witnesses a traditional dance that re-enacts a kangaroo hunt.

First shown: 7.30pm 10 May 1963
Available for over a year Duration 29 mins

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