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A thirsty ant- fell into the river- a dove saw this- dropped a leaf- ant saved- the dove sat on a tree- a hunter aimed at the bird- ant saw this- bit the hunter’s leg- loud cry- the bird flew away

The Ant and the Dove

Once upon a time an ant was very thirsty. The ant went to the river to drink water. But suddenly it slipped, lost balance and fell into the river. A dove was watching all this from a nearby tree. The ant was struggling for life in the water. The dove felt very sad for the ant. So he decided to help the ant. The dove quickly dropped a leaf near the ant. The ant moved towards the leaf and saved his life. After a few days the ant saw a hunter in the forest. He was targeting at the dove sitting on the tree. Guessing what he was about to do, the ant quickly bit the leg of the hunter. The hunter gave a loud cry in pain. The dove flew away.

Moral: A friend in need is a friend indeed./ A kindness is never wasted.

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