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"So, the Yondocht was floating around, he's lost front legs and he had his tail missing and he was nyorn, (pretty sad). The kangaroo, the representative of the kangaroo tribe said 'look, you can stay here but you can't, we can give you the quandong to eat. The bush turkey gave him his feathers because he felt he was balak (naked), you know. Crocodile was floating around eating the quandong and wearing feathers. He went into a cave in Yanchep, called Yondocht cave and he thought about it. Just north of Yondocht cave is Waladj (emu) cave. He came out at Waladj Cave as a waladj. He went up north, way up north." - Trevor Walley