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Once there was a beautiful llama named Tabitha. She was so beautiful, all the beautifulness was taken by her. As she was walking through her habitat, the mountains in North America, when she heard something in the snow.
Barthalamue the mountain lion burst out of the snow bank. "Shmuerqui!" screamed Tabitha. She was covered in snow, but her thick, wind-resistant fur kept her warm. "Give me your beautifulness!" screeched Barthalamue. Tabitha was shocked, because not many Mountain Lions lived in her area.
Tabitha was so scared, she couldn't move. She started thinking about her home, worried that Global Warming might take over and melt it. She thought this because when she gets scared, the thinks random stuff. Suddenly, two small, furry animals grabbed her and hid her. Barthalamue became confuzzled and ran off.
In hiding, the bunnies panted while making sure that Tabitha was silent. "I'm Gertrude, and she's Patricia." said the white Arctic Hare. "Patricia, yes I is." she said. Tabitha guessed that Patricia was the brown bunny and unfortunate enough to be uneducated.
"I'm Tabitha." she said. The two bunnies gawked in amazement when she spoke her name. "You-you're the famous Tabitha we've all heard about? Wow!" exclaimed Gertrude. Tabitha was confused, since she didn't know she was well-known. 'Probably for my beauty,' she thought.
Afterward, the two Arctic hares walked Tabitha back to her den. She thanked them, and gave them each a Ramonda Myconi, a small, wide-petaled flower. "Us thank to you!" said Patricia. They bounced away happily.
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