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For more than 10,000 years, buffalo provided sustenance for Indigenous people living in what is now Alberta. A group of Indigenous hunters ambushed a herd of buffalo as they watered at a small lake near Chin Coulee, south of Taber. This scene is a reconstruction of what a buffalo hunt may have looked like 9,000 years ago at the Fletcher site; one of Alberta’s oldest known buffalo kill sites.
This diorama was part of the Syncrude Gallery of Aboriginal Culture at the former location of the Royal Alberta Museum.