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Haskutay also created the shark named after the god

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Haskutay also created the shark, named after the god of water, to be the king of creatures under water. Also, the gods wanted to make the Earth look as beautiful as possible, so they created flowers. Then they created bees, to help the flowers spread. In addition, the sun god, also the god of fire, was very happy. As a result, he became brighter. The plants and vegetation on Earth grew leaps and bounds. And since the human was always outside, his skin turned darker due to the brightness of the sun.
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At this time, all seemed to go well, but God saw some flaws in his creation, so he took each one and locked it up in a box for it to never come out. And Haskutay also saw that the manlike human was lonely with no one else by his side. He took the man and split him in half, creating the woman. The woman had all the qualities that man was missing, which is why people today refer a woman, in a married couple, as the second half of the man and that she completes the man. As time passed by, the human population grew. Humans were beginning to neglect God, so He took all of the ignorant humans, and burned them. As the smoke went up to the sky, so did their negative characteristics. God captured each and every one of them and put them inside his box and pushed it closed. This is how death entered the world. There were so many bad qualities in the box, that if it opened one more time, all of them would burst open and return back to Earth. Haskutay needed to work on a plan to create the perfect human being, one that would worship Him, and not be ignorant. But if he left the box unattended, all of bad qualities could open anytime. So He called over his spouse, Heart, the god of love, to watch the box. He
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