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How the Elephant got his Big Ears

A myth submitted to the site by Nelle.R

In a grassland in the continent of Africa there was an elephant and a zebra. And they were in the savannah.

The elephant was talking to the zebra but the elephant had tiny ears so he couldn’t hear what the zebra was saying, so the zebra got fed up so the zebra got the elephant’s ears and he pulled it and twisted it and the zebra pulled his ear again.

And that is how the elephant got his big ears

By Nelle.R
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Latest comments:
Name: Jayde 4th November 2016
ummmmmm it doesnt make that much sence what did twisting and turning have to do with getting big ears
Name: Katie 8th June 2015
a bit longer next time .....
Name: Li22y 17th April 2015
nice please can it be longer
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