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The Apollo Mission

USA, Ancient Greece

One day, Zeus told brave and strong Apollo to defeat the python. Apollo was filed with fear.

Hermes gave Apollo a gold bow and arrows and Apollo went to the woods to search for the python.

The python was on the tree, resting and it woke up by a crackling sound of a twig. Apollo was afraid.

So he had got his bow and arrows ready he aimed right at the eyes just ONE shot and the python was dead.

He went to Zeus and told him he had devoured the python, he put the poison fangs in the backpack and got a poison sword that the blacksmith had created
THE END.

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