Losi

[mythology] In the traditions of Samoa, Losi was a giant and a son of Tagaloa, who instructed him to go and catch fish for the gods. Losi obeyed, but played a trick on the gods by laying a fish at the door of each of them, causing them to slip and fall. Losi then stole a slip of taro plant and smuggled it back to earth, where it became a st...
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Losi

In Samoan mythology, Losi is the son of the creator Tangaloa. He was sent to earth with the taro as a present to the people, and as its protective god.
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