Traducción Jacob Franco
Locución Maestro Rafael García
Ilustrador Alejandro Canela
Dirección y Producción COMBO
Animación COMBO / Eduardo Olvera, Enrique Sañudo, María Lumbreras
Música Enrique Quiroz / Biovo
Diseño de Audio Wetback / Igor Figueroa
Versión tojono o'otam
Mu’ich ke ajitak pia ka’ich ke I’itoi te-ke’e veenak, mi veemt ke paan, pei ke piit shonova naatok cheoch jek vees jaicho toakam.
Veepek naato ke jojokimar maak a’an taktojim masma mok vatopi ami mok pi ap jemachkam chem pei.
Mitam ja naato kavor mas jaicho toakam.
Veenok met i ai ke cheoch jujuk ke maasitak ma’i vi jekai mo pi mu’i s-keekach.
Mitam ke I’itoi shoosho jiirokach piit sikork jekai met jem vi jekch si jeos ke cheoch.
Masma i naato ke masma mok koavikita ita jekach koton po pitch jekch jojokimar te-vookoich s-eejikach.
Masma aaka ke Tojono O’otam.    
English Version
About the origin of the butterflies and sequins 
They say many years ago L’itoy, the Oldest Brother, along with the coyote grabbed some clay and started to mold the man and all the animals.
First, he created the butterflies giving them wings and liberating them from the caterpillar shape they had been trapped into by an evil creature.
Then, he kept on molding and decorating every other animal.
When it was time to work on the man, he realized there weren't any colors left except the simplest one of all.
So L’itoy started to put together small balls of clay with a tread and used them to decorate the man.
That’s how the sequins we use for our clothes and the butterflies that brighten up our journey were created.

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