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how the fish got its scales

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  • Exposition
  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Slink, the gorilla with scales, was wondering where all his usual attention from other animals gazing at his scales went. Slink decided to go out and find an animal to question why they pay no attention to his scales anymore, but finds no animals in their normal regions.
  • Rising Action
  • Slink later found all the animals gazing at a brown furred, well built creature with a beautiful ring of fur around his neck. Slink learned that the animal was a lion which was a new species to this side if the rainforest. Slink thought that he would have to get fur of his own and create a style to get his attention back.
  • Rising Action
  • Slink found Hammed the tiger after searching a while. Slink marched up to Hammed the tiger and demanded, "Give me your fur at once!" Hammed refused to give any of his fur and walked away.
  • Rising Action
  • Slink then located Jered the monkey. He went up to Jered the monkey who was in a tree and hollered," Jered you silly monkey give me your fur!" Jered just laughed and launchd a bannana at Slink.
  • Slink then found that stupid lion sleeping by the river and proclaimed," Give your fur to me!" The lion thought it was very rude of him to annoy him with such a preposterous claim. The lion told Slink that he would tell him of someone who might want to trade but he had to apologize to those he was rude to.
  • Slink went back to Jered and Hammed, and apologized for how rude he acted . Then he went back to the lion. The lion told him of a species called a fish and a old friend of his who was a fish. The lion told Slink that he fish's names was teaser and he lived in the tallest tree's trunk. They then constructed a floating platform, and Slink sailed to the other side of the river.
  • Climax
  • Falling Action
  • Slink found the fish named Ceaser and offered the trade of his scales for Ceaser's fur. Ceaser quickly traded his itchy fur for the gorilla's scales and shuffled away. Slink joyously headed back to his side of the river.
  • Later, Artemis, the goddess of hunt and wilderness was informed on the deal between the gorilla and the fish. She was enraged, because giving the gorilla would cause him to blend in with different animals and in to different regions of the rainforest.She punished the fish for his hat behavior by taking away his arms, legs, and lungs in return for fins and gills. Fish would have to spend their days in water and took away all animals ability to trade furs.

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