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There was a place that was paradise. They called it Earth, to honour the soil that provided food for all life. It had forests that stretched from horizon to horizon, and sparkling blue seas teeming with life.

Then a creature crawled from the deep water onto the beaches, grew arms and legs, and changed everything. It

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