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How did the Rabbit get its Teeth?

A myth submitted to the site by Winnie Minamoto

Kakinada, India

Once upon a time,there lived a group of rabbits near the tree who always feel very sad, always. There is a nest in the same tree. It was belonging to the crow who was very naughty. It used to mock the rabbits for not having the teeth.

The rabbits used to feel bad and they wanted to teach this naughty crow a lesson.But every time the rabbits wanted to teach a lesson the crow used to fly away. Poor rabbits could not catch the crow. The crow used to say,'Ha!Ha You fools could never ever catch me!'.

One day, the rabbits were wandering around the forest, then suddenly one of the rabbits slipped down on a white stone. Then other rabbits went to her and saw her. They saw a new beautiful teeth on her. Those were alike a teety which were suited to her.

From then on wards the naughty crow never used to mock the rabbits for not having the teeth and she apologised herself for mocking them.

This story is written by WINNIE MINAMOTO. Have a good day or a happy day!

By Winnie Minamoto
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