IDontTrustGod t1_j4crxyh wrote

I’d say they have a strong case and precedent has recently been set with other museums/organizations choosing to return artifacts to the nations they were plundered from, but knowing the greed inherent in human enterprises I’d sadly be surprised if they received them


IDontTrustGod t1_j3yoza2 wrote

To add to this, to my knowledge, they would often travel “with the whole tribe” quite literally. So many times the male soldiers wives, children etc would be close by, traveling with the army in a second camp. This could lead to more relaxed and fraternal atmosphere within each tribe, while still allowing hostilities between the tribes as another commenter pointed out


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IDontTrustGod t1_iyprtni wrote

Obviously bittersweet because the reefs are in poor condition in the first place, and the fact that indigenous peoples’ knowledge is only now becoming respected and utilized, but it’s great to see humans working together to undo some of the damage we have caused.


IDontTrustGod t1_iqwfpc4 wrote

Excellent questions, when these circumstances are accounted for and introduced in indoor pre-planting it’s typically called Hardening

It would be a real shame if they haven’t prepared for these circumstances, but it wouldn’t be the first time