RAZAS HUMANAS: LOS ALAWA Y LOS INDIGENAS AUSTRALIANOS. Indigenous Australians are the original inhabitants of the Australian continent and nearby islands and the descendants of these peoples.[2] Indigenous Australians are distinguished as either Aboriginal people or Torres Strait Islanders, who currently together make up about 2.7% of Australia's population. The Torres Strait Islanders are indigenous to the Torres Strait Islands, which are at the northern-most tip of Queensland near Papua New Guinea. The term "Aboriginal" has traditionally been applied to indigenous inhabitants of mainland Australia, Tasmania, and some of the other adjacent islands. The earliest definite human remains found to date are that of Mungo Man, which have been dated at about 40,000 years old, but the time of arrival of the ancestors of Indigenous Australians is a matter of debate among researchers, with estimates ranging as high as 125,000 years ago.


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Alawa are an Indigenous Australian people from the Northern Territory, Australia.

The suburb of Alawa in the Darwin's north, is named in honour of the Alawa people.


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