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When Hermes was a child, he stole cattle from his half-brother Apollo. He pulled off the hoofs of the cows and put them in reverse order, to avoid being tracked.
Apollo soon realized his cattle were gone. He could not track them, but since he was the god of prophecy he discovered the thief soon after.
He discovered the cattle in a cave where Hermes was sleeping. Immediately, Apollo took the child to Zeus.
Zeus did not believe that a child could steal the cattle. Hermes denied that he did anything, but in the end he confessed.
Hermes gave Apollo his cattle back. He also gave Apollo his lyre that he had made out of a turtle shell.
Afterward, Zeus named Hermes the god of travel and sheperds.
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