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Nowadays, however, many rich people have a new hobby. They like keeping wild animals as their pets. They say that the wilder animal is, the more interesting. They put their animals as if they were in their wild life.
“Please spare me, oh, king of the jungle. If you do, I will do something for you one day!” begged the mouse.
“What, A little thing like you? Ha! This is really very funny”, laughed the lion. Then he got the little mouse free because he thought that the little creature did not even taste good.
Several days later, while the lion was walking in the jungle, he got into a trap. He struggled hard, but he still could not free himself. When he was about to give up, the little mouse came. He gnawed at the ropes of the net and then said,” Didn’t you once laugh at me for being little? Look how I have saved your life today!”
Tourism is the most important industry in Bali. Many tourists visit Bali to see the beautiful scenery and interesting festivals, to swim in the warm seas, to look at the beautiful mountains and valleys, and to shop for inexpensive and beautiful clothes, paintings, and wood crafts.
Dolphins have smooth skin. Only baby dolphins are born with a few bristly hairs on their snouts. Their hairs soon fall out. They have big tail and the fin on the top of their backs keep the dolphins from rolling over. The female dolphins have a thick layer of fat under their skin to keep them warm when they dive very deep. The dolphins’ front fins are called flippers. They use them to turn left and right. Dolphins grow from 2 to 3 meters long and weigh up to 75 kilograms.
Dolphins hunt together in a group. A group of dolphins is called a pod. They eat fish, shrimps, and small squids. They live in salt water ocean. Dolphins can hold their breath for six minutes.
When dolphins fear or see a ship close by, they go near and follow it from distance. Dolphins can leap out of the water and do somersaults. Sometimes they invent their own tricks and stunts after watching other dolphins perform.
You said that you and your family would go by train. However, I don’t know when you will come here exactly. Please tell me the time so I can pick you up at the railway station.
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2.Babu walked bravely to the lion and pulled out the thorn. Babu and the lion turned out to be friends.
3.He often punched Babu and did not offer him food for days, so he escaped into a forest and slept in a cave.
4.Next morning, he heard a loud roar. In front of him...., at the mouth of the cave..., was a very big lion. Babu was scared to death but he could not escape.
5.One day, there was a slave whose name was Babu. His master was very, very bad.
6.But the lion didn’t attack him. It was tame. There was a large thorn in its right front foot.