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What is the moral of the fox and the crane?
Last Updated: 26th April, 2021
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Keeping this in view, what is the moral of the fox and the crane story?
Fox and crane story" is a moralstory from Aesop's fable. Once upon a time, a foxand a crane were very good friends. Crane was veryhappy, and get ready for dinner. Fox served soup in flatplat, Crane could not take the soup, because of his longbill, and fox could easily lap that soup.
what is the theme of the story The Fox and the Stork? The Fox and the Stork-THEME. I think themoral of this story is treat people the way you want to betreated. Also remember what goes around comes around. I think thetheme of the fox and the stork is that if your nottreated correctly don't treat the other person thesame.
Similarly one may ask, what is the moral of the fox who has lost his tail?
Aesop For Children (The Fox Without aTail) A Fox that had been caught in atrap, succeeded at last, after much painful tugging, in gettingaway. But he had to leave his beautiful bushytail behind him.
What usually made the fox laugh at the stork?
Aesop For Children The Fox one day thought of a plan to amusehimself at the expense of the Stork, at whose odd appearancehe was always laughing. “You must come and dine withme today,” he said to the Stork, smiling to himself atthe trick he was going to play.