This is a story from Piltati, near Nyapari. Everyday the woman would go hunting returning with mai (food) and kuka (meat) for their husbands who did nothing but perform inma and ceremony. After a while, the wives, angry by the laziness of the watikutjara decided to eat all the food they had gathered and not share it with their husbands. Angered then by the actions of their two wives the two men transformed themselves into into wanampi (water snakes). They travelled underground and tricked their wives into undertaking considerable useless labour. In vain, the woman dug a 25 kilometre trench from Aparatjara to Piltati. Eventually the elder sister cut into the side of the wanampi and out of the burrows came the wanampi kutjara and they ate the two sisters.