I was calmly enjoying a walo berry when I noticed that weren't many of them left for the animals to eat. My friends and I decided to sleep and figure it out in the morning.
When we woke up, everywhere we looked, there were animals looking for food and the trees looked empty and bare!
As I did research, I found out that most animals on the island ate the walo berries, and all the walo berries on the island were grown by special seeds. I took the last walo berries, (which I was saving for lunch later on) and separated the seeds.
We put the seeds on the tree, and waited for the coconuts to grow. We repeated these steps until every tree was filled again. We stayed in Jamaica for a another two months, got some friends/family to come help us, and saved the island.
As we looked around, all the animals were happy and fulfilled, and my friends, family, and I made it back home safely.