|The aim of the resource centre of the Ausanthrop site is to provide anthropologists, as well as layman with up to date events and research resources in cultural and social anthropology in general, and relating to the Aborigines of Australia in particular.
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||The AusAnthrop tribal database contains entries for over 500 Aboriginal groups, tribes or languages. It's main use is to help find a group using alternative names found in the literature.