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Once upon a time, a fox was walking alongside a field. Cool breeze and hopping rabbits and birds were fun to watch.  The sly fox was engrossed in enjoying the sightseeing.  After sometime it wanted to rest for a while before going to its home. As it was evening and   getting dark, so she didn’t  see the well.  As soon as stepped on the wall, she fell down into the well.  Though she tried very hard but couldn’t get out. When she was about to give up, just then, a goat came to quench its thirst from the same well.

“What on earth! Are you doing down there?”  The goat asked in astonishment.

“Haven’t you heard about the severe shortage of water in the forest? So as soon as I heard that, I jumped down here. Here is enough water. It is the best water I have ever tasted. I have drunk so much that I cannot move. I would also advise you to come down too.” The sly Fox said.

When the Silly goat heard that, he immediately jumped into the well without thinking. The fox at once jumped onto the goat’s back, and using its long  strong horn, climbing,  got out of the well safely.

After getting out he gave the unhappy goat, the following advice.

“Next time, make sure to look before you leap”.


Moral of the story: It is not safe to trust the advice of a man in difficulties.


As we know that the lion is known across the world to be the king of the beasts for its dynamism and verve.

Many years ago, a wicked lion ruled over a jungle somewhere in Africa.  One day he didn’t feel like going out of his cave to look for his prey. So he asked a rabbit to spread the message in the jungle that the King is very sick. Hence he wishes all the animals of his kingdom to come to his cave to hear his last wish, before he dies.

The sly fox, did not wish to be first to enter the cave. So he waited near the way in, of lion`s den while the goat, sheep and the calf went inside to receive the last wishes of the king of the beasts.

After some time, the lion seemed to be in better health after eating the goat, sheep and the calf, come out to the mouth of the cave.

Seeing the fox at a safe distance away, he howled: “Why don’t you come in to pay your regards to me, buddy fox?”

The sly fox, who was very clever, replied; “Pardon me, your Majesty ! I did not wish to crowd your den, as I saw many other animals going into your cave, but none coming out. I thought you would not like so many animals at one time.  Thus I decided to wait outside in open air, till some of them come out so there could be some space for more animals to come in the cave. Until then I preferred to remain in the open air.”

The wicked lion had no option but to get in his den.

Moral of the Story: Do not believe all you hear.


A foolish donkey and a sly Fox, somehow, became friends. One day having entered into a partnership together, went out into the forest to hunt. They had not gone far, when they met a Lion. The sly Fox well aware of the lion’s might, went to him and started flattering and pleasing with sweet words.  She pleaded the lion that if he promises to spares her, she would arrange the capture of the donkey for him.

 On his assuring her that he would not injure her, the Fox led the Donkey to a deep hollow. And she, made sure, that the Donkey should fell into it. Thinking that she is safe now stood aside waiting to see poor silly donkey become the delicious foodstuff for the lion.

The Lion, seeing that the Donkey was secured in the ditch, without any delay grabbed the Fox. So before the Fox could free herself from the strong grip of the mighty lion, the fresh flesh of the sly Fox contented the hunger of the king of the jungle.

The Lion ate the Donkey,later, at his leisure time.               

Moral of the Story: We learn by the misfortunes of others.









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