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The strongest animal in the jungle.

"I am the strongest animal in the jungle," said Lion. "I can roar louder than anyone else." Lion roared. "No," said Elephant. "I am the strongest animal in the jungle. I can pull up a tree with my trunk."

Elephant pulled up a tree.

Then Snail spoke up. "Lion, you are not the strongest animal. Elephant, you are not the strongest animal. I am the strongest animal," said Snail.

Lion and Elephant laughed. "What makes you so strong, Snail?" they asked.

"I can carry my house on my back," said Snail. And he did.
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Author:Brown, Susan Taylor
Publication:Highlights for Children
Date:Aug 1, 2006
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