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Monkey and the Crocodile [Children's story from India by guest artist]
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This great story was written by P. R. Ramachander,
a wonderful storyteller from Bangalore, India.
There was a big lake. In that lake a Crocodile used to live with his wife. By the side of the lake was a big mango tree. On that tree one monkey called Chathura used to live. Mango season came.
The mango tree was full of mangos. The monkey used to eat lots of sweet mangos.
One day, the crocodile swam near the tree and asked Chathura, “I see you are eating something. Can you also give me one?”
Chathura happily plucked two mangos and dropped them into the water. The crocodile ate them and liked them. From then on, daily Chathura gave a few mangos to the crocodile.
One day the crocodile took a few mangos to his wife who liked them very much. She asked the crocodile, “You say that the monkey on the tree eats lot of this sweet fruit. I am sure his brain will be very sweet. I would like to eat the monkey’s brain."
What happens to the monkey's brain?
Read the rest of this amazing children's story from India
to find out!
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("Monkey and the Crocodile" by P. R. Ramachander, Â© 2006.)
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