The Tortoise And The Hare 2

The Tortoise And The Hare 2

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  • The Hare got so far ahead, enough so that when he looked back the Tortoise was no where to be seen.
  • "There is no way that slow Tortoise will catch up to me. I've more or less won already! I think I'll have a nice snack, then take a nap under this tree. It is such a hot day."
  • And so, the Hare enjoyed a small, juicy mango before drifting off into a deep sleep, perched comfortably underneath the shady tree.
  • It took some time, but the Tortoise eventually caught up to the Hare. The Tortoise quickly noticed that his speedy competition was snoozing away under a nearby tree, his belly full from eating.
  • "I can't believe he is taking a nap at a time like this. Really, he is too cocky for his own good."
  • Not bothering to wake up the sleeping Hare, the Tortoise turned his attention back towards the race.
  • As time dragged on, the Hare eventually woke up, still finding his surroundings to be completely empty.
  • "The slow Tortoise still has yet to catch up! I told him that I was the fastest animal in the world!"
  • Deciding it was time the finish the race, the Hare took off once more. Though, what he saw at the finish line was not what he expected...
  • There the Tortoise was, surrounded by everyone in the forest, them cheering for him. The Tortoise was the winner, but how exactly was that possible?
  • "The Tortoise did not cheat. He won fair and square."
  • To the Hare, there was only one possible explanation to how he lost...
  • "That is not possible! It is obvious that he must have cheated!"
  • As Halla the Honest Fox spoke up on Tortoise's behalf, the Hare frowned, looking absolutely disheartened at his loss. He could not believe he had lost to the Tortoise.
  • "Sorry, Hare, but you lost this time. Let this be a lesson to you -- slow and steady wins the race!"
  • Though, in all honesty, he had no one to blame but himself for what had occurred.
  • And from that day on, the Hare never boasted again.
  • THE END!
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