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A Cunning Crow

A Cunning Crow

Once there was a dog. It was fond of having bones. One day, he found a bone and wanted to go to a safe place. He wanted to eat it deliciously. As he reached the place, he started to bite it.

A crow saw it. The crow was very cleaver and cunning; and made a trick to take the bone from the dog. It flew away and called another crow. Both went to the dog. One crow pulled the dog's tail and next sat in front of the dog. The dog got very angry with the crow and attacked it leaving the bone on the floor.

The other crow which was sitting in front of the dog took the bone and flew away. As the dog looked at the bone, it was not there. It saw that the crow were having the bone sitting at the top of the tree.

The dog realized the crow's trick and its own mistake.

Look before you leap...

Extract: 30 Wise Moral Stories


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