Edge of Memory: Distrusting oral tradition may make us more ignorant


Bettmann/Getty By Jonathon Keats ONCE upon a time, Spencer Gulf in southern Australia was a land of lagoons contested by rival animal clans. The birds kept the snakes and lizards from drinking. This upset the kangaroos, one of whom drew a line in the ground with a magical bone, causing the sea to fill in the valley and compelling them to live in peace. This story has been told by the Narungga people for as long as anyone can recall,
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