"On Sunday I went to the Art Gallery to listen to an aboriginal person. I learned that cooking a lizard is not that hard. All you have to do is dig a hole on the ground, catch a lizard, put a fire in the hole and cover the top with sand and leafs and leave it to cook. You need to leave the tail of the lizard sticking out of the ground. Keep on coming back and wiggle the tail, and when the tail breaks off – the lizard is ready to eat!
I also learned that if the crab pinches you, then you need to stay still and then it thinks that you are a piece of wood and will let go, but if you move, the crab will think that you are food and will try to eat you.
Oh, also, in the olden days, when they had no guns to shoot ducks, the aboriginal people used to dive into the billabong, and pull the ducks down by their legs. That's how you catch the duck.
To catch fish, this is what you need to do: you need to throw a stick into the sea, then you need to splash water into some rocks to make a rock-pool, and then you take the fish that was there. You can only take the fish that you can eat, and no more, because that would be greedy.
To check if the ocean is safe, you need to throw the rock into the ocean, and if it bounces back then it means that someone is there and it's not safe to go in. But if the rock does not bounce back, you can go for a swim.