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'One fish, two whales, three turtles...and there's more - up to ten snakes. Children can learn to count to ten in Bardi, a language of the Kimberley coast, north-western Australia, and the names of lots of animals too.' (Source: Publisher's website)
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Language:English, Aboriginal BardiAIATSIS ref. (K15) (WA SE 51-02)