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The Mysterious Treasure of the Unlucky Pirate

Wapping, London and Tilbury, Essex, England Dated: 1645 - 1701
an unlucky man becomes lucky

In a village called Zumga, there was a hunter called poverty. The hunter went everyday to the bush to hunt. He was an unsuccessful hunter.

One morning he saw an animal he had never seen. The animal had the the eyes of a snake, the ears of an elephant the face of a lion, the size of a fish and the skin of a salamander.

He killed the animal and brought it home. The next morning he got up to see a beautiful house, beautifully arranged and painted like the skin of the salamander he brought home.

He became very rich And married a woman And had many children. His life was beautiful as the colours of a rain bow

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