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A Native Polar. (Based on the story brother bear)

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A Native Polar (Based on the story brother bear) It was a very bitter morning in a native part of America. The snow was covering the tops of most of the mountains and many of the birds had migrated to get some warm weather elsewhere. A young boy, Toku, and his brother were walking through the woods to the lake to catch their breakfast - fish. They caught many fish, big and small, for them and the rest of their tribe, and decided to hang the basket fall of them on a tree branch while they went for a wash in the lake. The tribe that the boys belonged to were a tribe that believed once you had died your soul would be lifted to the spirits and that's where you would stay - in peace with not only humans but animals also. However Toku had not tied the basket to the branch very well and after a while it fell to the ground, leaving all the fish scattered every where and jumping around trying to stay alive. Soon after Toku's other brother came along to join them, however he stopped and saw that all of the fish had been taken and next to it was a paw print that was fresh and deep into the ground. ...read more.

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Toku was pushing the water away from him so he could try and move faster but he was getting tied, then all of a sudden he saw the thing his mind was telling him he wouldn't hopefully see - it was the body of his dead brother. Toku collapsed into the water crying and screaming and also his body full with anger and revenge. So the body was taken back to the village where they had the funeral the same day. They all built a coffin from the trees and set it out on the river, where they believed his body would have a long journey to happiness. However little did Toku and his other brother, Tinga, know that their brother had been turned into an eagle so that he could watch over his brothers. After they had set the body down the river, Toku went for a walk where the accident happened. Tinga was already there and Toku told him that he was off to kill the bear once and for all. However Tinga tried to stop him and told him to forget about it but of went Toku again with his spear in his right hand. ...read more.

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It was sunny and all the animals were around. Toku was just awakening when he saw the village witch doctor in front of him. She told hime that if he wanted to change back he would have to find the lights of the spirits on one of the mountains. Toku was surprised and puzzled - what did she mean? So then out of coincidence he looked at his hands and was shocked to see white fur and fainted on the spot. After he woke, the witch doctor had gone and so he had to go on the quest to find the lights of the mountain by himself. As Toku was walking he found a little polar cub crying in a tree log. Toku went up to it and started talking to it. Toku found out that the little cub was called Plantinga and that she had lost her mum on the mountain top. Toku wanted to help so he told her that he would hep her search for her mum as long as she helped him look for the mountain that the witch doctor mentioned. What a coincidence the mountain was where Plantinga would hopefully find her mum - at the polar bear gathering at lake fishalot. So the two of them set off to try and find the two things they were looking for. ...read more.

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