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How the First Human was Born

Forest, England

Millions of years ago at the time when it was ancient, there were only animals. Then humans didn't exist. One sunny beautiful day, a leopard and a monkey were playing together by a misty black forest.

"Do you want to go into the forest?" said the monkey. "Ok" replied the leopard. So they went into the dark and misty forest. They crept in because they were so frightened. At first, they couldn't see a thing but when they walked further in they could see some light. The monkey and the leopard just followed it for their way. They weren't as scared now because they could see some light.

When they looked sideways, all they could see was white fog. The light got brighter and brighter the closer they got. After two hours of walking they finally arrived. When they got through they couldn't believe their eyes.

They found a golden egg across the floor and they started playing with it. A few minutes later, it started to hatch. the leopard and the monkey were so frightened. Soon the egg hatched and instead of an animal, it was a human. That was how the first human was born.

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