Kuto’s life no. 47

Kuto had always been a bit of an outsider. He was born in the French Southern Territories, but his parents were from different parts of Africa. As a result, he didn’t really fit in with any one group. He was too dark-skinned for the whites and too light-skinned for the blacks. His hair was curly and unruly, and he had a thick accent that made him difficult to understand.

But none of that mattered to Kuto. He was happy just being himself. He loved exploring the forests and mountains of his homeland, and he dreamed of one day becoming a famous explorer like his hero, David Livingstone.

One day, when Kuto was out exploring on his own, he came across an abandoned cabin in the woods. It looked like it had been there for years, and it was covered in mold and cobwebs. But something about it intrigued Kuto, so he decided to take a closer look.