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Britain was the main colonizer of Australia, starting with the penal colonies it established on the coast. British colonizers wiped out much of the Aboriginal culture and killed many of the Aboriginals, replacing their culture with British culture. As a result, the Aboriginal cultures are less prominent than they had been historically, and most Australians use a version of British language, law, and ideals.

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because they liked cookies and cream like Naomi does

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The british empire wiped out aboriginals and their culture.

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