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The animals were voting to choose a king. The camel and the elephant put themselves in line for the suffrages being disputed, since they hoped to be preferred to the others thanks to their size and their force.

But the monkey came and declared the two incapacitated to reign.

"The camel does not serve - he said-, because he does not get angry against the malefactors, and the elephant does not also serve us because we will have to be fearful if we were attacked by a pig, animal to whom the elephant is afraid."

 

 

The strength always is measured in the weakest point.

 

 

 
 

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