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Oobu and his wife Ootati, their children [[Oppo]] and [[Ippi]] along with Oobu's father Oopapa, kept [[Tarvu]] alive by feeding him ink and shrimps. They lived together in the seas for nine years, and [[Tarvu]] became a very good swimmer. Oopapa sadly died along the way, being eaten by a giant wooly sea-tortoise, called [[Karkippenah]]. This species (known as 'Tortimikeppi') is now extinct. Tarvuists believe that this was [[Tarvu]]'s revenge for the death of his adopted aquamarine grandfather. However, some zoologists have reported sightings of tortimikeppi in lakes in Hungary, Romania and Sri Lanka, although they have never been photographed. Oobu and his wife Ootati, their children [[Oppo]] and [[Ippi]] along with Oobu's father Oopapa, kept [[Tarvu]] alive by feeding him ink and shrimps. They lived together in the seas for nine years, and [[Tarvu]] became a very good swimmer. Oopapa sadly died along the way, being eaten by a giant wooly sea-tortoise, called [[Karkippenah]]. This species (known as 'Tortimikeppi') is now extinct. Tarvuists believe that this was [[Tarvu]]'s revenge for the death of his adopted aquamarine grandfather. However, some zoologists have reported sightings of tortimikeppi in lakes in Hungary, Romania and Sri Lanka, although they have never been photographed.
-[[Tarvu]] never forgot his adopted octopus family, and forbad the eating of calamari.+[[Tarvu]] never forgot his adopted octopus family, and forbad the eating of [[calamari]].
 
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