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19 th Century
Sizes : A 61 cm long – 24 ins long
B 60 cm long – 23¾ ins long
C 55 cm long – 21¾ ins long
These sticks often had a dual purpose being used for digging as well as for throwing at small game and birds . Water was often a difficult commodity to obtain in Central Australia and sometimes it could be found in the frog ( Cheiroleptes Platycephalus ) which was accustomed to fill up with water and then bury itself in the mud . It would be dug out with sticks such as these and squeezed dry .
|Height||61.00 cm||(24.02 inches)|