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The Snake and The Lion (English Presentation)

The Snake and The Lion


Fatima Safiya Fauzy Omar Basheer (402)

Once, there was a sly Snake. He hadn’t eaten
for weeks so he was having quite an

enormous appetite. The snake saw a Lion and
intended on eating it.

But he had to get closer to the lion first. So
the Snake made friends with the Lion. The
Snake even brought over animal carcasses to
the Lion every day merely to buy his way
into their friendship. However, this was also
part of his plan to fatten the Lion up so the

Snake could eat him.

The Lion did not believe any part of the Snake’s act. The
Lion only went along with it just to keep an eye on the

Snake in case he ever got any ideas.
One day, the Lion overheard the animals in the forest
talking about how the Snake was bragging to the other
animals on how he was planning on having the Lion

devoured by morning.

That night, the Lion pretended to fall asleep in his den.
The snake then waited until he was sure the Lion was fast

asleep. The snake slithered in discreetly. As the snake
was about to attack, the Lion quickly reacted and held the
snake down by it’s head. “Did you really think you had

me fooled?” the lion said. And that was the end of the

Moral of the story:
Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

One should be on one's toes and alert of one's surroundings if
malicious people are around, to ensure that they cannot wreak

havoc in one's life

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