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  • The greedy poacher
  • I can see the money. $$$$$$$$$$$
  • The greedy poacher
  • $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$
  • YESSSSSS! I killed the rhino
  • Getting ready to fight
  • Charge my army
  • One evening, a poacher named henry wanted to make money so he killed a rhino. The man did not realise that the rhino was an endangered animal he only wanted his horn. He continued to shoot the rhino not realising that he was being watched...not from a human, but an animal.
  • The battle
  • Once the poacher killed the rhino, the monkey went back to tell the king of the jungle. The king of the jungle was furious. He wanted to get vengeance for the rhino's death. So the king of the jungle started creating a army to drive this poacher out of the savana
  • The battle continues
  • After the lion formed his army. They charged through everything in their path. they went through rain and the most severe tornado.
  • The ending
  • The battle starts looks like the poacher will lose to the animals but that is not the story everyone has fallen. Looks like animals have fallen but do they still have hope.
  • Attack my army
  • Many of the animals have fallen, Only a few are still alive. The only animals that are alive are the porcupines. Many of the animals think they have no hope but will the porcupine survive and defeat the porcher?
  • You're a small porcupine. What can a porcupine do to me?
  • As everything loses hope the porcupine stood up against the evil poacher. All the animals gave up on hope and started leaving. But as everyone gives up the porcupine defeats the poacher to save the kingdom. The message from the story is that even though you are small you can do great things
  • No how can this happen the porcupine won NOOOOOOOOOO
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