Toreador Escamillo was taking a leisurely stroll through the woods when he suddenly found himself face-to-face with a giant snake. The snake was like nothing he had ever seen before - it had scales that sparkled like diamonds and eyes that glowed like hot coals. At first, Escamillo thought he could tiptoe away from the serpent without attracting its attention. But the snake was quick and hungry, and it lunged at him with ferocious speed. Escamillo unsheathed his sword and prepared to fight for his life. The battle was intense. The snake wrapped itself around Escamillo's legs, trying to trip him up, while Escamillo slashed at the snake's scales with his sword. Just when it seemed like Escamillo was about to win, the snake knocked his sword out of his hand.
With nothing to defend himself, Escamillo thought he was done for. But then the snake surprised him by speaking! "I've never seen a human fight like this before," the snake hissed. "You've got courage and strength - I respect that. I could eat you, or I could marry you. It's your choice." Escamillo was stunned. He had never heard of a snake talking before, let alone offering to marry him. But before he could respond, the snake transformed into a beautiful woman. "Hi there, I'm Carmen," she said with a smile.
From that day forward, Escamillo was known as the Toreador who defeated the snake and won the heart of Carmen. He became a legend in the animal kingdom, and his name was whispered with reverence by all who knew his story. And as for the frog? Well, the snake ate it - but that's a story for another day!