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The animals seem to be dissapearing.
Why are we cooking more fish than we need.?
The Yapa tribe lives in a world full of beatiful creatures and nature. Their feerless learder is Yapa himself who has protected this land for his tribe.
Yapa must stop destroying nature or his land will lose its life.
Yapa has decided they should capture twice as much fish so his tribe can eat as musch as they please. Yapa has also decided to build cabins made of the trees on his land to give his tribe their own homes.
Our land is destroyed !
Yapa has ordered his tribe to capture fish throughout the entire day. Then burn the wood from the trees to cook the fish. Yapa also order his tribe to build him the nicest log house the have ever seen.
A young girl from, his tribe went to find mother nature. She told the powerful women of what Yapa was doing to nature. Mother nature knew if Yapa continued to destroy nature, his land would dissapear.
Yapa continued to cook the fish until there was no more fire. He also continued to fish throughout the entire day until no fish could be found.
Yapas tribe has disappeared as well as the fish and animals which were brought to extinction. Their old home is now known as the Hang Son Doong (largest cave on earth).
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