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Not to be confused with Kunama people.

The Kunapa people are Indigenous Australians who traditionally live to the north of Tennant Creek, Northern Territory.[1] Mining firm OM Manganese was fined $150,000 [clarification needed] for desecrating a site known as "Two Women Sitting Down" to the Kunapa, its tradition custodians.[2]


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