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Mossman

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Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
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Located on the Kennedy Highway, Rainforestation Nature Park is one of the oldest and most mysterious tropical rainforests in the world and a symbol of Kuranda. The entire rainforest is listed as one of the world's natural heritage conservation destinations and is a must-see in Cairns. There are more than 200 species of birds in the tropical rain forest, more than 60% of the butterfly species in Australia and 150 million years of living fossils.
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Mushroom Jun's Australia Travel Australia, Queensland Mosman Gorge, with an ancient rainforest. The guardian of the rain forest - Kukuyujilan, "Cuku" means "to mention", "Ulanji" means to this place, "to mention this place" - "Kukuyu Rangi". Before entering the rainforest, there will be a short smoke ceremony, which is the way Kuku is used by the Langji to remove bad luck and purify themselves. Sunlight rushes down from the forest, passing through the smoke, forming the light of Jesus. The ceremony became sacred. The Aboriginal language of the blessings in the mouth of the guide, people lined up and walked clockwise around the bonfire. The ceremony ends when the body is covered with smoky flavor. There are telephones and weapons in the jungle, called red cedar trees. The oldest trees in these jungles will rumbling when struck by stones. If someone is injured in the tribe, they will use stones or branches to strike the arched roots and call for help from other people in the tribe. Rock-solid roots are often used as shields and flying sticks. There are oil paints and tattoos in the jungle, called the meteorite. This is a natural pigment extracted from stone and earth. The red meteorite is called Mula, which symbolizes life; the yellow one is called Makirr, which symbolizes the sun; the white one is called Bingaki ( Bingaji), symbolizing the soul. There are soaps in the jungle, there are musical instruments, there are cottages, and there are foods. I used to think that there are only trees and animals in the jungle. Now I know that there is everything in the jungle that needs life. The more you understand nature, the more you fear nature.
Posted: 24 Dec, 2018
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