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"When he got to Walyalup (Fremantle) he spoke to Djiralji, (a little gecko) because Djiralji, is the keeper of the cave there. The Rainbow Serpent told him to twist the crocodile around and 'when you can, bite his nurt (tail) off' (if you grab a gecko his tail comes off so he can get away). So Djiralji went out there and had a big fight, a big battle. He twisted crocodile around and bit his tail off. The tail drifted around and crocodile said I 'give up, you win'. He took his front feet off…he bit his front legs off, and so he was drifting around in the Cockburn Sound." - Trevor Walley