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PART II

Introduction - Animals in stories

Story telling is an important part of Eastern life. Animals are the characters in the stories that are told to children.

Each one of the animals are described to have some characteristic that are unique.

Fox character is always represent intelligent and cunning. Elephants are known for long and strong memory.

Crows are depicted as thieves and the one lacking self-confidence.

Monkeys imitate others. The Bull, Donkeys and horses are herbivores. They don't need stamina to run or force for hunting their food. But both are required for Carnivores animals to survive. But herbivore need to run for saving themselves from the attack of carnivores in the jungle. They are safe as long as they are among their herd.

But they need to pay a price for their safety. They work for humans instead of free food they get in the forests,

Donkeys are considered wise compared to horses. But the donkeys are exploited by their master but they never bother about it.

Tigers and Lions are stronger and faster than most animals among Carnivores.

Elephants are among the strongest. Their weakness is their huge size that affect their fast movement.

They are more powerful than lions and tigers. Lions or tigers, as a team of two or three, are capable of killing a lone elephant.

The physical capabilities, the nature of food habit, by and large, decide the individual animal's mind.

You might observe that each animal specie has one unique mind! It is important to note that the mind of animals did not change from one another. It

I used to be feeling great about scientists who virtually live in forests under hostile living conditions researching various animal species.

When I read the following story, I realized that the motive behind these scientists need not be the love of the species. To study them to enslave them.

Here is a true story involving monkeys.

There are different types of monkeys living happily and enjoy their freedom in the jungles of Africa. These are in great demand in the countries world over.

They are caught and transported to various Zoo-parks, kept in cages for its life.

Like other animals, they lose their freedom and are slaves.

It does not change either with time or with place. There is no change in their behavior with generations of that animal too. Each animal specie has “one” mind.

It remains the same across several centuries. That makes their behavior predictable.

Each animal specie has “one” mind. That mind did not change either from one to another or across their generations.

It remains the same across several centuries. That makes their behaviour predictable. Each animal specie has “one” mind. That mind did not change either from one to another or across their generations.

It remains the same across several centuries. That makes their behavior predictable.

Story 1

(From my book titled, My dear Son, Book 2)

African Monkeys. (Theme: Clinging)

Darwin considered that we are descendants of Monkeys. Going by the following story, the reader will accept that we are the true descendants of Monkeys. deprived of good food and are put to hostile weather alien to these animals.

Each mechanical gadget invariably cause injuries of varying degrees to the trapped animals. Often these injuries are not properly treated.

It was transported over long distances involving several days.

Significant number of injured animals dies before reaching its destination.

Scientists researching on animals, worldwide conduct various experiments to study their behavior.

One of their important finding among them is that the fact that monkeys Cling on to what ever they took.

The experiments consisted of a specially designed bottles with a narrow neck. The bottles were filled with peanuts.

The bottles were designed with narrow neck sufficient for a monkey’s hand can freely enter. But, when it closes its fist, the hand cannot come out.

These bottles were placed in the forest where monkeys frequented.

The monkeys would not let go the bottle after taking the peanuts in its hand. For hours on end, the monkeys will be stationary with the large bottle.

They are caught, without any injury and exported.

We understand that all that the monkeys needed for its freedom just to give up the peanuts they like so much.

Even among educated affluent people refuse to climb down a small public office which they climb.

The evil traders around the globe made full use of this quality of monkeys in human and exploited to their advantage.

Most of us are enslaved to Coffee, Tea and Cigarette was given to our ancestors for free. They caught it and were enslaved.

What ever is a peanut for monkeys, freebie is for us humans.

We will discuss the disaster that Freebie brings along in a later chapter.

To continue...

Part 10  

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