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817-420977 - Aboriginal rock art depicting Creation ancestors Namondjok rigth, and Namarrgon leftat Anbangbang shelter Nourlangie Rock in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
83-9122 - Painting of a turtle at the Aboriginal rock art site at Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, where paintings date from 20000 years old to present day, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-9119 - Warrior frieze at the Aboriginal rock art site at Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, where paintings date from 20000 years old to present day, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-9107 - X-ray style fish at the Aboriginal rock art site at Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, where paintings date from 20000 years old to present day, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-9108 - Warrior frieze at the Aboriginal rock art site at Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, where paintings date from 20000 years old to present day, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-9106 - Rainbow Serpent at the Aboriginal rock art site at Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, where paintings date from 20000 years old to present day, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-9095 - X-ray style painting of a wallaby at the Aboriginal rock art site at Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park, where paintings date from 20000 years old to present day, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-8931 - Nabulwinjbulwinj, supernatural ancester who eats lambs, Aboriginal rock art site at Nourlangie Rock, Kakadu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-10144 - Namondjok (centre) who ate his clan sister, Namarrgon (right) , the Lightning Man and Barrginj his wife (below left) supernatural ancestors at the rock art site at Nourlangie Rock, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
83-9912 - Aerial of a billabong, the backwater of a river on the floodplain of the East Alligator River near the border of Arnhemland and Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
83-9918 - Aerial view of one of only three permitted uranium mines in Australia (share of profits go to aboriginal landowners), Ranger Uranium mine, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
83-9917 - Aerial of Ranger Uranium mine in Kakadu National Park from which a share of the profits go to aboriginal landowners in the Northern Territory of Australia, Pacific
83-8930 - Barrginj, wife of Namarrgon the Lightning Man, one of the supernatural ancestors depicted at the aboriginal rock art site at Nourlangie Rock in Kakadu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-8928 - Namondjok in centre, who ate his clan sister, Namarrgon on right the Lightning Man and Barrginj his wife below left, supernatural ancestors at the rock art site, Nourlangie Rock, Kakadu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-9121 - Painting of turtle at the aboriginal rock art site at Obirr Rock in Kakadu National Park where the paintings date from 20000 years old to modern, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-8929 - Namarrgon, the Lightning Man, one of the supernatural ancestors depicted at the aboriginal rock art site at Nourlangie Rock, Kakadu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-8935 - Painting of a kangaroo at Nourlangie Rock, the sacred aboriginal shelter and rock art site in the north east of Kakadu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-8933 - Painting of dancing figures at Nourlangie Rock, sacred aboriginal shelter and rock art site in the north east of Kakadu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific
83-9904 - Dancing figures at Nourlangie Rock, aboriginal shelter and rock art site in Kakadu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Northern Territory, Australia, Pacific