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Jungle Doctor's Fables (1955)

by Paul White

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There was once a monkey who didn't believe in crocodiles - but that didn't make any difference when he met one in the middle of the night on the banks of the Great River. There was another monkey who tried to pull himself out of a bog by his whiskers; all that was left of him was two small bubbles on top of the mud. And as for the snake who thought he could steal the egg of Kuku the hen without being found out - well, he couldn't say that his wife hadn't warned him in plenty of time!… (more)
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There was once a monkey who didn't believe in crocodiles - but that didn't make any difference when he met one in the middle of the night on the banks of the Great River. There was another monkey who tried to pull himself out of a bog by his whiskers; all that was left of him was two small bubbles on top of the mud. And as for the snake who thought he could steal the egg of Kuku the hen without being found out - well, he couldn't say that his wife hadn't warned him in plenty of time!

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