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On the north side next to the beaver family were the buffaloes and next to the buffaloes [[strikethrough]] were horses [[/strikethrough]] were the Otter; next were the Elk. The next were a group of frogs, turtles ^[[clam shells, lobsters in a circle, of a]] [[strikethrough]] and the little black things [[/strikethrough]] pond while 4 wild geese were sitting around the pond also. The little black things were swimming on top of the water.

On the south side after the Owls were the deer, next the Eagle & wood Knockers. The bear family in the South, next were again a group of frogs [[strikethrough]] & [[/strikethrough]] , turtles and 4 more geese around another pond; [[strikethrough]] Right [[/strikethrough]] at the entrance was the big fish — Ta-wa Kix — a whale who it seems come from a far off waters. The spokesman was the leader
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