Why Skunks Have White-striped Tails

Why Skunks Have White-striped Tails

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  • Oh Moohoo, I'm lonely! Aren't you?
  • Foohoo, the forest God will provide creatures for companionship.
  • Really, Woohoo? Ok,  I will ask the forest god for some friends.  Will that make you happy?
  • Where are we? This is crazy- I am covered in mud what about you? I'm starving!  What are we going to eat?
  • Foohoo warns Moohoo & Foohoo -"FEED THEM WELL!"
  • FOOD!
  • I will call them animals. They are so much fun- I love feeding them.
  • I am happy for you, dear! Foohoo answered my prayer for you.
  • Foohoo sees Skunk steal food whle the animals laugh hysterically.
  • Oh, skunk your daily jokes & stories make us laugh hysterically! We laugh so hard we cry!
  • My animals are thin & weak, while Skunk is fat & feisty!
  • Foohoo tells Moohoo to crush the sweet petals of white daises for food. Of course Skunk eats it all. Skunk's tail slowly begin to develop a white stripe.
  • Once again, I will pray to Forsest god for help.
  • NO MORE laughing at the antics of Skunk! He has been snatching our food while we laugh. We cannot trust him!
  • That is how Skunk got its white-striped tail. It serves as a warning for other anmails to guard their food. 
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