Lake Bunyoni is a beautiful, serene body of water in Central Africa, studded with many islands of different shapes and sizes. The water is always calm and the atmosphere is peaceful, but somewhere in the middle of all this tranquility one finds the smallest of all the islands. A single barren tree, home to a large group of black cormorants. They are a constant reminder of the island's dark, secret past.
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