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The Gadadangul Python had eaten a rock wallaby, bardibardi.
On the left side is a gulwiri tree depicted in its jelmalandji representation of the gunabibi ritual. Its leaves form the background design (Groger-Wurm 1973, 43).
A bark painting worked with ochres on bark. It depicts a large snake with the upper part of its body coiled around a small kangaroo on a black background. There is a smaller snake at the foot of the painting with its head pointing towards a black circular shape. On the left of the painting there is a large stick-like object.
W 560mm x H 1235mm x D 27mm
Verified by D Kaus 23/10/2012