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In a matter of moments the waves were getting bigger then the surrounding trees. Huck and Jim were frightened as everything they had to survive, that was on the raft, went flying off into the water. Soon after that, the raft got swept by a wave and got flown three hundred feet in the air. When it was airborne Huck and Jim both got thrown off and landed on the bank of the river near sixteen ripe bushes of berries. They were both very angry as their struggle for survival with the raft had come to an end. Since they landed near some fruit, that fact didn't bother to cross any of their minds. They were hungry and had to eat. Without seeing what kind of berries they were, they just starting eating like caged animals.
About a half hour later, they were done eating all the berries on the trees and a shadowy figured appeared in the background of the forest. The figure walked over and Huck started asking questions to the mysterious figure. They were both frightened because they found out the figure was someone they only heard of in myths. Someone that was almost too unreal to be true. He was the evil black samurai called Mr. Wiggles. Wiggles told Huck and Jim that the berries they ate were one of the most poisonous berries in the world and they are going to kill them in the next 48 hours. This made them feel very uncomfortable because it looked like both of lives are going to come to a dramatic end.
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