Native American Tribe
8 Facts about the Karankawa
Karankawa Native American Tribe
Adaptations:They put alligator grease on the body as bug repellent.
Food: Fish, shellfish, wild rice, roots, and alligators
Shelter: A leaning too made up of leaves sticks and grass
Transportation: Traveled by dug out canoes because they live in the gulf coast region
Government: two groups one lead by a Civil Chief the other lead by a War Chief
Regions: they lived in the coastal region near the gulf of mexico. They also live near Galveston and corpse Christy.
Religion: Karankawa religion, as understood by non-Indian observers, inspired fear and revulsion due to the Karankawa practice of ceremonial cannibalism