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When the natives begin to shoot arrows at the ship, how do the pilgrims react, and why do they act this way?
The Pilgrims hide below deck because they are afraid of the natives.
The Pilgrims jump overboard and swim to the opposite shore because they believe that is a safer alternative.
The Pilgrims laugh because the arrows are a futile attempt at scaring them.
The Pilgrims open fire with their Winchesters because their culture believes this is the best way to handle confrontation.
The Pilgrims jump overboard and join the natives because they believe this is their best chance for survival.