Children’s reading

All the marine creatures were having a meeting. Terry the Tiger Shark was back in town, and everyone was worried that they might be eaten.

“I am going to find a new place to stay for a while” said Fred the loggerhead turtle.

“I am going to hide in the coral,” tweaked Trish the trigger fish.

Ruby the red throat emperor, Garry the grassy sweetlip and Carissa the coral trout all agreed great care must be taken to avoid becoming Terry’s lunch, as he was always hungry, or so it seemed to all who lived on the Reef.

Suddenly, a huge dark shape appeared and no one dared to move.

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