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“As they rolled around they created the harbour and the hills. As they got to the new coastline the old people were concerned for they had never seen a fight like it, it went on for many days (usually they fight and it is over and done with). Because the fight was over food, they decided to give the snakes some food so they threw a camp dog to the snakes. The dog got bitten in half, that’s the dog rock that you see, the tail is down the street.” Carol Pettersen