Rare look at crocodile hunting by Australian Aborigines (7 Pics)

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As a photographer, it has been David Gray’s dream for more than a decade to have the opportunity to capture the daily lives of the Australian Aborigines living in the northern-most tip of the Northern Territory, Australia. It’s a rare opportunity that few ever have, as non-Aborigines are only allowed access to the area by invitation.

Yet Gray was recently given the once in a lifetime opportunity and the “White Fella” came back not only with some amazing photographs, but a new understanding of the primitive people, their culture and what it takes to hunt crocodiles in the Australian outback.

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Check out the full gallery at Reuters.