Aboriginal australians meet to eat one of his favorite foods, the giant tortoise
Eating turtle remains one of the traditions of the aboriginal australians. For them the australian giant turtle is a delicacy.
Here in Australia where is common to see Aborigines fishing for turtles, one of their favorite foods, along with the manatee.
This animal can weigh up to 200 kilos; getting them out of the water can be difficult.
So when they manage to catch a prey of this size, it is a very good excuse for a great food that the whole family will attend.
A fire is prepared to which stones are added, to get them as hot as possible.
Then the turtle shell: without these stones would be impossible to cook so much meat.
When cooked, the turtle is cut up and distributed equally to everyone at the feast.