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The Legend of the Three Sisters

Blue Mountains, Australia
The mysterious blue mountains, in Australia, was once home to an evil creature know as the Bunyip. Find out what happened when the Bunyip came in contact with three young girls.

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30th April 2012
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1st August 2010
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8th August 2008
The Three Sisters
An animated version of the Legend of the Three Sisters made by Liz Newby at a sumemr school run by Suffolk Anglia Ruskin...

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Name: Irish Girl 19th March 2018
Name: Holly 4th December 2017
the story was made me crie it is amazing thing to wach.i love the story.
Name: Micaela 24th October 2017
The story is very interesting, but I found it very similar to a Peruvian folktale called the 'Sleeping Beauty' and thought I'd mention it because it seemed rather interesting that they had some similarities when they were all across the globe from each other. Once again, great story :).
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