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  • In the beginning there was just the sky, the sun, the earth, the mountains, the valleys, the hill and huge holes of grass dug into the ground.
  • One day the rain god, Ryan, got tired of looking at all the holes in the ground so he decided he wanted to fill them with rain. At first he worked out for weeks to try and fill them with his sweat, but after a while he noticed that the water wouldn’t stay and he got tired of working out all the time.
  • "I shall fill this space with water"
  • After he put the big tarp down for miles and miles he started to work out again. As soon as he started to work out he would sweat and it would rain. He once again started to work out for weeks but nothing would stay. Everytime he would get somewhere it would go and sweep off of the edge of the tarp.
  • After all of the sand filled every little part of the hole Ryan started to work out again. This time it worked. The water didn’t go away. Ryan named this creation the ocean, but some part of it didn’t feel complete to Ryan. He thought that something else needed to be there with the ocean.
  • "I need to add creatures"
  • He went up to Alex, the animal god, and asked him if he could put one of his black and white striped animals in the water to see what happens to them. Alex gladly accepted and sent in a creature to the water to see what happens. The animals were able to stay afloat but they soon drowned.
  • When they were finished with their creation they put it in the water and they couldn’t believe it. It was able to stay in the water, live and move around. They named these creatures fish and gave them the task of looking over the ocean and keeping it clean for all.
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