ǂKá̦gára came to fetch his sister and take her home, but ǃHãunu pursued them.
ǃHãunu began to throw lightning at ǂKá̦gára, but ǂKá̦gára was unhurt and threw lightning back.
ǃHãunu died slowly, thundering, while ǂKá̦gára went to sleep, also thundering.
The story is told to young children to explain lightning and thunder during a storm.
- 469705 ǂKá̦gára, an astronomical body named after ǂKá̦gára, and its large moon ǃHãunu. (The likely pronunciations of these names are described there.)
- San mythology
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