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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Why Lions Hunt Wildebeest African Folklore Story

King Lion and his family sits waiting for the perfect meal to come along, Wildebeest. Lions hunt Wildebeests to this day because of a wrong done to Lion by the Wildebeest.



Why Lions Hunt Wildebeest African Folklore Story


King Lion feels that his subjects dislike him therefore, as a test, he withdraws to his house and has word sent out by his servants that he is sick unto death.
 
Why Lions Hunt Wildebeest African Folklore story; Lions hunt Wildebeests to this day because of a wrong done to Lion by the Wildebeest.
Lions hunt Wildebeests to this day because
of a wrong done to Lion by the Wildebeest.
The animals hasten to King Lion's house to show their sympathy except Wildebeest.

It is announced that Lion is dead.

Rabbit says “King Lion is dead, and that it would be well for all the animals to mourn his death loudly.”

Wildebeest declares that he intends to kill Lion's wife now that the King is dead. Wildebeest kidnaps Lion's wife, but Lion chases them and kills Wildebeest.


King Lion declares that all Lions are to hold Wildebeest as their enemies, and to this day Lions never lose a chance to kill a Wildebeest.

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