Unfortunately, they became slaves to other animals in the kingdom. Lions were now discriminated against. After hundreds of years and many tragedies, they became free.
There were once lions who lived peacefully in their land. They worked hard and protected it at all costs.
Boats were created to protect animals from any harsh waters they may encounter.
After many protests, patience, and persistence, the leaders of the kingdom decided to change the system. Boat brutality became non-exsistent and with this came many other big changes.
Not all of the boats, but enough to cause great concern, would throw the lions out into the water. It didn't matter what theydid or if other animals did it too, the lions were always prejudiced against.
Some of the ideals that caused the lions so much torture, still persisted.
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The lions were tired of seeing the discrimination they suffered and all the animals like them that were being thrown out of boats.
The lions wanted to protect their justice and equality so they knew they needed to protest for change to be made. Animals of every kind and place joined in solidarity.
The animals wanted reform of the boat system and justice for the lions that had drowned.
Some boats wanted to help protect the rights of lions. Others just followed instructions. While the most cruel actually enjoyed harming the animals.
The lions didn't have to live in fear anymore and they were happily ever after.
And the moral is...Just because it isn't broken, doesn't mean it shouldn't be fixed.