The Lion and the Rabbit-Moral Story In English

Title: The Lion and the Rabbit

Once upon a time, a lion ruled over all the animals in the vast expanse of a jungle. He was mighty and ferocious, and no one dared to cross his path. One day, while strolling through the forest, he saw a little rabbit hopping about. The lion approached the rabbit and asked him what he was doing.

“I am looking for food, Your Majesty,” said the rabbit.

The lion laughed and said, “You are too small to hunt. Let me teach you a lesson. From today onwards, I will eat you for dinner every day.”

The rabbit was terrified and did not know what to do. He thought hard and came up with a plan. The next day, when the lion called him for dinner, the rabbit said, “Your Majesty, I am very tasty, but I have a skin disease. If you eat me, you will get infected too.”

The lion was taken aback and did not want to risk getting sick. He let the rabbit go, thinking he would find something else to eat.

The rabbit was relieved and thanked his wit for saving his life. But the lion was not easily fooled. He called the rabbit for dinner daily, but the rabbit always had a new excuse. He was either too sick or too busy to be eaten.

One day, the lion had enough of the rabbit’s excuses. He decided to teach him a lesson once and for all. He caught the rabbit and was about to eat him when a group of hunters appeared. The lion ran away in fear, and the rabbit was saved.

From that day onwards, the rabbit lived a happy and peaceful life, knowing that his wit and intelligence had saved him from the mighty lion.

Moral: Even the smallest and weakest creatures can use their intelligence to outsmart the strongest and mightiest ones.

The end.

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