Black and White were two Kantas cubs that have not reached 18 according to the Earthen calendar. They were considered minors among the Kantas.
However, unlike the other Kantas cubs that were still being raised by their fathers, they were already independent. Approximately eight years ago, they were still living with their father, playing and quarrelling, never having to worry about their safety and meals.
Their father was an adult Kantas, 11 meters long, with a thick skull, solid jaws, huge, sharp teeth as well as incomparably large wings. He was exceptional in defending his territory and protecting his cubs, and Black and White led leisurely lives, eating whatever they desired without needing to worry too much.
However, an accident suddenly occurred. As per usual, their father gave them a portion of prey that he hunted, before going back to hunt for reserve food. Not long after he left, a terrible roar came from the ground, and following which, a violent quake–
After the earthquake, Black and White were still in their nest, but the surrounding landscape had completely changed. The plains became mountains and mountains sank to give oceans.
Their father also vanished.
Only by relying on each other did they miraculously survive.
For the past 8 years, they never moved too far from the original location of their nest. Black and White hoped that their father was still alive and would come to find them. 5 years ago, when their human forms had similar appearances to the others in their species, they went to the breeding grounds. This was partially in hope that they would be able to find their father, but at the same time, they hoped they wouldn’t see him there probably because this meant that their dad gave up on finding them? so they would be fatherless…
Back to the point, Black and White were cubs that have not even turned 18.
Looking at what happened to them from a scientific point of view, what they experienced 8 years ago was a large-scale change in the planet’s crust. An originally whole ice sheet was split into many fragments, and even if their father was still alive, he would probably be on a different continent from them.
This sad truth was something the cubs were not aware of.
They dared not leave their original nest in order to wait for their father. This was probably one of the reasons why they could live till now. In their nest was the strong scent of an Adult Kantas (Black even loved collecting their father’s shedded fur), repelling any enemies, allowing the two cubs to pass the first two most difficult years.
After that, the change in topography caused the weather to turn cold, causing plants to die and herbivorous dinosaurs to mass migrate. The carnivorous dinosaurs also moved, and most of the creatures left were small in size. Adding on the fact that White was an extremely fierce cub, the two managed to survive while frolicking.
“Baby, this is Grandpa’s feather, when you see an adult with such feathers, remember to call him Grandpa~” After bringing the cubs to their nest of 18 years, Black carefully retrieved a feather from the bottom of the nest for Meng Jiuzhao to sniff.
“Hachoo–” Meng Jiuzhao sneezed without giving face (to the feather): Damn! How do you f***ing recognise anyone from a single feather?!
“This is a tooth dropped by Grandpa, in the future, your teeth will also grow to be this big!” Black once again carefully held out a tooth.
“–” Even if I was reborn again, I would never be able to grow a tooth this big, Meng Jiuzhao was silent.
“This is Grandpa’s poopoo, you–”
When Black brought out the third item, Meng Jiuzhao couldn’t bear it any longer and started crying in protest.
This nest made of sticks, stones and fur of an unknown animal was huge, and although simple, could block out the cold wind and snow. Meng Jiuzhao knew this would be his and Louis’ future home.
This was the greatest present he had received since rebirth.
A home with a family.
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