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The Animals Exodus

Along time ago a mouse was sleeping in the forest under a tree.  A gush of wind went through the forest and knocked a branch of the tree down, and as the branch fell it landed on the sleeping mouse.  The mouse woke up and startled it began to run!

The mouse ran faster and faster  passing a rabbit, the rabbit asked "Why are you in such a hurry?"  The mouse said, "Because the wind blew hard and knocked a tree branch down hitting me."

The rabbit then began to run with the mouse and as they ran they came upon a marten.  The marten asked, "Why are you in such a hurry?"  The rabbit said, "Because when the mouse was sleeping the wind blew hard uprooting an entire tree almost killing all the animals that were beneath it!"

The Marten then became startled and in fear began to run with other animals, and as they ran they came upon a goat.  The goat asked, "Why are you in such a hurry?"  To which the Marten replied, "Because when the mouse was sleeping their was an earthquake which caused an opening in the earth almost swallowing all the animals that were in its' path!"

The goat then became startled as well and in fear ran with the other animals.  Every animal that came upon their path became startled with the ever changing story...  what a task it would be to catch them!


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