Once there lived a very clever fox in a jungle. One day while walking through the jungle, he fell into a trap. He struggled hard and was able to come out of the trap minus his tail. The fox looked foolish and strange without his tail. He was very sad. He became envious of other foxes. He called a meeting. All the foxes assembled in the meeting. Then he shouted “Dear friends! I have made a great discovery. After long research, I have found that we do not need our tails. They are of little use. So, what is the use of carrying a tail? So, cut your tails. I have already cut off mine.” Hearing this, all the foxes were confused. But an old fox shouted “Do not cut your tails. Do not listen to him. He may have lost it in some way or another. Now he wants us to lose our tails”. Finding no other way, the fox fled away.
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