On a Arabian island, people come to get food resources for Algeria. However some never come back. This is because a monster lives on the terrain. It's called the Antihirrus This was no orindary animal. It was reptilian, bird and mammal. It has a small gut so most people and camels survive from a terrible death.
The algerian king, Saddam Kellou, told his son, Adeem, to slay the beast. "How would I do that?" Adeem asked. "You must carry your best sword to kill this monster" Saddam answered. Or in the future their will be no more food left, you must tell your Libyan friends to come and take you to the monster's habitat".
So he set sail to the island. Behind a rocky cliff, movement torroised the ground. "It's the monster! Adeem gasped. The Antihirrus leaps up and stared at Adeem with it's reptilian beady eyes. It charges at Adeem, but Adeem cuts the snout of the beast. The beast roar in pain. It uses it's great wings and grabs and throws Adeem with it's talon. Adeem runs to the stomach of the Antihirrus and pulls it out. The gigantic beast slumps to the ground.
Adeem runs - he doesn't know the path back to the ship. Hes stranded there. A figure comes out in the light, it's his friend. He goes on to the ship hen suddenly a massive rock destroys the ship and the people. They try to escape, but they can't. This Arabian myth tells you the story of the way the Arabian sea got it's name.