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The Wolf and the Crane

The Wolf and the Crane

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Once upon a time a wolf was lucky to get hold of a nice dinner. He sat at his place and started to eat the food he got luckily.

He was very clever wolf and it was a very nice time when he got that food alone that’s why he doesn’t want to share the food with anyone else. He was eating the food very much hurriedly that a small piece of bone got stuck in his throat very badly.

He tried to swallow the bone but it was very bad time for him because he tried to spit out, but nothing worked out. The bone won’t move from throat. He got afraid. He was thinking “if I can’t take the bone out, I can’t eat. I will die of Hunger”, we thought sadly.

Suddenly he remembered the crane his friend who lived nearby. He thought,” the crane has a long neck; she can reach in deep and take out the bone easily. Only she can take him out from this trouble and pain.

So he went to the crane and said “Oh, My dear friend!!! Please help me and take out the bone from my neck. I will be very thankful to you and definitely I will pay well“.

The crane was his very good friend very kind in nature from the heart and took out the bone and asked for her fees. The wolf replied “Aren’t you happy that you put your head into my mouth and got it out safely?  Ha, ha, ha! Forget the fees my dear.”

Moral of 'The Wolf and the Crane'

It is always better to mind our own business.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ's) based on 'The Wolf and the Crane'

Answer : A piece of bone stuck in the throat of wolf very badly when wolf was eating his food.

Answer : A piece of bone stuck in the throat of wolf very badly when wolf was eating his food.

Answer : Wolf knows the crane has a long neck, so she can reach in deep and take out the bone easily.

Answer : Wolf said “my friend help me and take out the bone from my neck, I will give you something good instead”.

Answer : Crane told the wolf to lie on his side and open his jaws as wide as he could. Then the Crane put its long neck down the wolf’s throat, and with its beak loosened the bone and removed it.

Answer : Wolf was very mean. The wolf replied “Aren’t you happy that you put your head into my mouth and got it out safely”.

Answer : One of the major lessons of the story is that you should help only those who deserve it, as we know the nature never change. Crane helped wolf in his bad times, but wolf quickly forgot his favor.

Answer : The Wolf and Crane was written in 1570.

Answer : The Wolf and Crane was written by Aesop.

Answer : In this story, the author Aesop teaches us not to expect any reward for serving people. One of the major lessons of the wolf and crane story is that we should help the people only those who deserve it.

Answer : We should not expect any reward for serving the one who has no honor.

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