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Animal Stories Of The North
Translated by Fainna Solasko
Illustrated by Y.Rachov
An Eskimo Story told by Kivagme
One day in summer the mice gathered in a little clearing to relax and gossip after a heavy meal. Each had a bit of news to tell its neighbors. Tailless Vuvyltu boasted that she had eaten a fox.
"I crept up to it. It was lying there on its side with its legs stretched out," she said.
"What'd you do?"
"Chomp-chomp! I chewed off one front leg."
"Chomp-chomp! I chewed off the other front leg."
"Chomp-chomp! I chewed off one hind leg."
"Chomp-chomp! I bit off the other hind leg."
"You certainly are brave! Even Wolf starts eating his prey at the head. Weren't you scared to start eating a fox in pieces like that?"
"But it had no head."
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