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The Lion King and The Tiger King

   
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The Lion King and The Tiger King

Once upon a time, the Tiger was the king of West Hill while the Lion was the king of East Hill. They kept to their own territory.

One day a hungry wolf passed by the foot of the hills. He thought, "If I can eat the Tiger King and Lion King, I would not have to look for food for another one and a half months."

How can I eat both of them ? The wolf thought and had an idea.

The wolf had an audience with the Tiger King. He pretended to be worried and said to the Tiger King, "Be careful, Tiger King. I was passing by the East Hill and I heard the Lion King scolding you. He intends to chase you away and occupy this hill."

After hearing what the wolf said, the Tiger King was anxious and wanted to fight with the Lion King.

Then the wolf quickly ran down from the West Hill and went to the East Hill.

The wolf had an audience with the Lion King. He pretended to be worried and said, "Hi, Lion King. I was passing by the West Hill just now and I heard that the Tiger King wanted to chase you away from this hill. I think you have to find a solution."

The Lion King ran down the hill angrily after hearing what the wolf had said.

The Tiger King and Lion King met at the foot of the hills. they roared loudly and got ready to fight.

The Tiger King had sharp teeth while the Lion King had sharp claws. Both fought ferociously while the wolf hid behind a big rock.

Not long after that, both the Tiger King and Lion King were badly injured and died. The wolf jumped out from behind the rock. He feasted happily on the delicious remains of the Tiger King and Lion King.

     
 
 
 
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