The first colonial intruders into Wambaya lands were struck by the rich pasturing prospects they detected in the vast plains of Mitchell grass, with their lagoons, streams and springs. Large herds of cattle were introduced to graze over the tableland, edging out the emus (garnanganjana) and bustards, which had been the hunting staple of the original inhabitants.
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