Boomerang

usgb/ˈbuːməræŋ/Volume
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Aboriginal HeritagePlay
Understand that the boomerang is strongly associated with Aboriginal Australian culture. SlideThe museum's exhibition on Aboriginal tools featured a boomerang.
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Returning ActionPlay
Remember, not all thrown boomerangs come back; their return depends on their shape and throwing technique. SlideHe was disappointed when his homemade boomerang didn't return.
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Historical UsePlay
Originally, boomerangs served as hunting tools, not just for entertainment or sport. SlideAncient boomerangs were vital for survival, used in hunting.