A long, long time ago when the earth was very young, all that existed on the earth was plants and animals. The animals ruled the earth. Among the animals were many different kinds. However, the animals never interacted outside of their species. The gotemaliks socialized with other gotemaliks and the chalize socialized with each other. The gotemaliks and the chalize were very special species. They didn’t just only socialize with each other because they desired to, but because of the uncontrollable waterfall that separated them. Each of the species knew that something existed on the other side of the waterfall as they could see shadows but they didn’t know what. For many years the gotemaliks and the chalize never knew fully of each other’s existence. There had been many attempts to cross the waterfall but every attempt ended in a death. Until one day, when the leader of the chalize was looking into the falls and tried to touch the shadow, which caused him to unexpectedly, fall in. When he fell in he hit his head on a rock and floated away from the falls. A gotemalik on the other side saw something fall through the falls and decided to go in after it, as it could be one of his own. The same thing happened to it. He fell in and hit his head on a rock and slowly followed the chalize trail down the river. The next morning the chalize woke up and was frightened at the sight of another being that was sitting beside him on a beach in an unfamiliar area. They ran away from each other out of fear. But each of them returned to each other after realizing they were the only ones on this new land, and also that they couldn’t go back to their waterfall. This relationship developed over time and they learned different ways to communicate with each other which brought them close together. Through time, chemistry between them resulted in the birth of an infant. They were both astonished, as the infant did not resemble each of their characteristics. For this infant had two eyed instead of one, ten fingers, ten toes and hair only on the top of their head! They loved their infant very much and plenty more were a result of their love.