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Ala ve Karayel mecburen Zonno’nun peşinden gitmişler. Mağaranın girişimine gelen yavru geyikler içerden gelen bir ağlama sesi duymuşlar.
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Ala ve Karayel mecburen Zonno’nun peşinden gitmişler. Mağaranın girişimine gelen yavru geyikler içerden gelen bir ağlama sesi duymuşlar.
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friends were monkeys, squirrels, parrots and koalas. Monkeys, squirrels, parrots and koalas lived in the most beautiful part of the forest, in an area where lush trees had a roof.
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He called the little fish. He shyly began to speak, “Golden fish, my wife sent me to make her an empress”. The fish is no longer smiling. “Go home, old man,” he said to the fisherman.
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The monkey was very angry at the words of the squirrel and quickly left. A few days later, these four friends decided to meet again. Their meeting place was by the river again, but this time they agreed not to go into the water, but to have a picnic. When they got to the river's edge, they all spread their covers and took out their food. This time, the monkey again asked for what he wanted and offered to go into the water, but his friends did not accept. The monkey was very angry, “You don't do anything I say. I'm not talking to you anymore," he said.
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Once upon a time, there was a baby gazelle in a sieve of straw.
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Once upon a time. Once upon a time, there was a baby gazelle in a sieve of straw. This gazelle was always spending time with other baby animals in the forest.
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Once upon a time. Once upon a time, there was a baby gazelle in a sieve of straw. This gazelle was always spending time with other baby animals in the forest.
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