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"Meanwhile big waves of saltwater were coming up the river, so he got the tail and it put it across the entrance of the swan river and that's called Warra Nurt (bad tail). He got his front toenails and he anchored it down on the southern end and that called Djenna birri (toenails), on the southern end and at the northern end, he got hair from his armpit and he anchored it down there and that called Yangji Ninning (hair sitting down). At the northern part he plastered it down and stopped the saltwater from coming up. That was his tail that went across." - Trevor Walley