The moving shimmer of half light and half shade on the light coloured fur of antilopine kangaroos (Macropus antilopinus) that lie down under trees in the heat of the day such that they look as if they have been smearing themselves with white clay and they shine in the light from a distance.
Bininj Kunwok – 2,000 speakers – Australia (Arnhem Land)
Bininj Kunwok is a complex of six language varieties spoken in West Arnhem in the `Top End' of Australia. The word burrmarlarla comes from the morrdjdjanjno hunting song genre of the Kundedjnjenghmi dialect. (Read more).
Source: Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek
Credit: Murray Garde