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Story Writing of The Fox and The Crow With Moral Using the Given Hints

Crow sitting on a tree — piece of meat in its beak — fox passing under the tree — wants the meat — asks the crow to sing — crow keeps meat under its feet and sings — fooled, fox leaves

Once upon a time a crow stole a piece of meat from a meat-shop. Immediately he flew away to a nearby forest and sat on the branch of a tree to have it. At that time a fox was passing under the tree. He saw the crow with the piece of meat in its beak and he wanted to have it. So he thought of a plan and started praising the crow. He said that the crow’s voice is very sweet and he requested the crow to sing a song.The crow knew that it was nothing but a flattery to have his meat. So the crow kept the meat under its feet and started singing. The fox became a fool. Being humiliated he left the place.

Moral: Don’t believe a flatterer.

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