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River Red Gum forest, Morawa Shire, Western Australia. The river red gum has many traditional uses for indigenous Australians. The tree's wood makes bowls to carry food and water. Its resin can be mixed with water to make an antiseptic solution, while its burnt bark is traditionally combined with animal fat to create an ointment for burns.
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River Red Gum forest, Morawa Shire, Western Australia. The river red gum has many traditional uses for indigenous Australians. The tree's wood makes bowls to carry food and water. Its resin can be mixed with water to make an antiseptic solution, while its burnt bark is traditionally combined with animal fat to create an ointment for burns.