This is a story of crocodile, mango, river and summer.
A very naughty crocodile was getting bored and decided to do something to pass the time. He saw an elephant approaching the river and decided to pull him and have a little fun.
It was a hot summer afternoon, and the elephant was very tired and thirsty. He went ahead, drank some water and splashed some on his back to relieve himself from the heat. Meanwhile, he noticed that the crocodile has grabbed his leg and is trying to pull him. Though the crocodile intended to have fun, it hurt the elephant, and he started screaming for help. Just above the riverbank lived a monkey on a branch of a tree. He was watching the entire scenario happening. He could see that the elephant was in pain, so he thought of helping him.
He threw a big mango towards the river so that the crocodileís mind gets diverted. The crocodile always wished to taste a mango as it could not climb the tree, swam and grabbed the mango in his mouth. The elephant got relieved and ran as fast as possible. This way, the monkey rescued the terrified elephant.
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