The Origin of Narran Lake

The Origin of Narran Lake

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  • We'll meet here 
  • I'm tired, lets to Coorigel Spring and bathe
  • Good idea, let's go!
  • Chomp
  • Ahhhhh!!!!
  • Ahh, the water feels so nice
  • Byamee and his two wives, Birrahgnooloo and Cunnunbeillee go to find yam and honey to store for the winter. He tells them to meet him at Coorigel Spring, which flows into the Narran River. It is known for Kurreah's digging holes beside their nests. 
  • Something doesn't feel right. I better go check on my wives.
  • After a long day harvesting yams, the wives decide to go to Coorigel Springs to relax.
  • Hey, Kurreah's! Give me back my wives or I'll kill you!
  • They decided to bathe in the nice and cool water. Suddenly, two Kurreah's creep up from out of nowhere and eats the two wives whole.
  • I'm so glad you're safe! Never bathe in Coorigel Springs ever again!
  • Narran Lake
  • At the same moment, while Byamee was searching for honey, he feels as if something is wrong, so he goes to check on his wives in the Spring.
  • He searches everywhere for them, calling their names. When no one answers, he immediately suspects the Kurreah's. He digs a large hole and sucks all the water out from Narran River and finds two Kurreah's in their nests.
  • Furiously, he stabs the Kurreah's to death and slices them in half, saving his wives from the creatures. He restores the water back too. Now, the large hole he dug up began to fill up with rainwater and is now known as Narran Lake.  
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