The title translates to ‘crocodile protecting its young’. Gar Yatharmik is an ancient yet important phrase in my language. It literally means ‘tying it close to the body’, in other words, to protect. As people of Zenadh Kes, we were instructed and taught the ways of our culture by our forefathers. Who were in turn instructed by their forefathers. I have chosen the Koedal (crocodile) because it is a totem from the dinosaur age, so it represents the ancient laws of my forefathers.