Aesop fables (belling the cat)
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Every time Prickles went down to the water at the river bank to drink the tiger snake would stare at him as if he was eyeing him up.
And as he walked home to his burrow he felt a presence behind him.
"May I come in you tasty morsel... eh echidna"
When he was in his burrow he finally looked behind him and he saw the tiger snake. Prickles knew that he was up to no good
No, you cannot, snake this is my burrow and my burrow alone
Prickles decided that he would cover the inside of his burrow in the dew of a poisonous frog to stop the snake from ever coming in his burrow
Just before prickles went to sleep he tried to think about where he would get poisonous dew off the frogs. He realised if he was collect the dew he would have to travel across snake country and in snake country he would stand no chance. He moved too slowly to outrun a snake. Knowing that he was going to die prickles accepted his fate.
In the early hours of the morning, the snake slithered slowly in Prickles burrow in search of the tasty morsel.
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