Lion and Mouse

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Once upon a time, a lion was sleeping.

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A mouse woke him up.

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A mouse woke him up.

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A mouse woke him up.

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A mouse woke him up.

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A mouse woke him up.

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The angry lion caught the mouse and said I will eat you up! (he roared)

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The mouse said “Please don’t eat me. If you let me go, I will help you some day.”

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“Ha, ha, ha” The lion laughed.

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“Ha, ha, ha” The lion laughed.

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“Ha, ha, ha” The lion laughed.

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“How can a little mouse like you help me?”

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But he let the mouse go.

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One day the lion trapped in the net. He tried to get out, but he can’t.

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Suddenly he heard a small voice.

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“Do you need help.” The mouse said.

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“Oh it’s you! But you are too small to help me” The lion said.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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The mouse start to bite the net with his sharp teeth.

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At last the lion was free.

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The lion was so happy and thanked the mouse.

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“You see” said the mouse. “Though I am little mouse, I can be a big help.”

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The moral of this story is: “Even small one can do big job”

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~ THE END ~

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~ THANK YOU ~