Marsupilami In the episode "Thorn O' Plenty", after Marsupilami removes a thorn from Eduardo the Jaguar 's paw, Eduardo attempts to restore his debt to his former prey so he can hunt him once more.
The king Senaka was friendly with a certain naga king. This naga king, they say, left the naga world and ranged the earth seeking food. The village boys seeing him said, "This is a snake," and struck him with clods and other things.
The king, going to amuse himself in his garden, saw them, and being told they were beating a snake, said, "Don't let them beat him. So the naga king got his life, and when he went back to the naga world. He took many jewels, and coming at midnight to the king's bedchamber he gave them to him, saying, "I got my life through you.
He appointed one of his naga girls, insatiate in pleasures, to be near the king and protect him, and he gave the king a charm, saying, "If ever you do not see her, repeat this charm. The naga girl seeing a water snake quitted her human shape and made love with him.
The king not seeing the girl said, "Where is she gone? Then he saw her in her misconduct and struck her with a piece of bamboo. She went in anger to the naga world, and when she was asked, "Why are you come? The naga king, not knowing the truth, called four naga youths and sent them with orders to enter Senaka's bedchamber and destroy him like chaff by the breath of their nostrils.
They entered the chamber at the royal bedtime. As they came in, the king was saying to the queen, "Lady, do you know where the naga girl has gone? I said, 'Don't do that,' and struck her with a piece of bamboo to give her a lesson.
And now I fear she may have gone to the naga world and told some lie to my friend, destroying his goodwill to me.
He being moved went instantly to the king's chamber, told him all and was forgiven. Then he said, "In this way I make amends," and gave the king a charm giving knowledge of all sounds. If you give anyone this spell you will at once enter the fire and die. From that time he understood the voice even of ants.
One day he was sitting on the dais eating solid food with honey and molasses, and a drop of honey, a drop of molasses, and a morsel of cake fell on the ground. An ant seeing this comes crying, "The king's honey jar is broken on the dais, his molasses cart and cake cart are upset.
Come and eat honey and molasses and cake. The queen being near him thought, "What has the king seen that he laughs? They will soon be bringing perfumes to the king. As he perfumes himself some powder will fall at his feet. I will stay there and become fragrant, then we will enjoy ourselves lying on the king's back.
The queen thought again, "What has he seen that he laughs? The ants cried, "A wagon of rice has broken in the king's palace, and there is none to eat it.
The queen took a golden spoon and helping him reflected, "Is it at the sight of me that the king laughs?
Then she said, "Give me your spell of knowledge. The king said, "If I give you this spell, I shall die. He became a he-goat and made her a she-goat, and resolving that the people should not see them, he stood before the king's chariot.
The king and the Sindh asses yoked in the chariot saw him, but none else saw him. For the sake of starting talk he was as if making love with the she-goat. One of the Sindh asses yoked in the chariot seeing him said, "Friend goat, we have heard before, but not seen, that goats are stupid and shameless.
But you are doing, with all of us looking on, this thing that should be done in secret and in a private place, and are not ashamed. What we have heard before agrees with this that we see.
This one knows not he's parading what in secret he should do. The goat hearing him spoke two stanzas: O, sir donkey, think and realize your own stupidity, You're tied with ropes, your jaw is wrenched, and very downcast is your eye.
When you're loosed, you don't escape, sir, that's a stupid habit too: And that Senaka you carry, he's more stupid still than you.Panchatantra story with pictures in Labdhapranasam: Loss Of Gains, is about the monkey who saved himself from the crocodile.
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About the Jataka Tales. Part of the canon of sacred Buddhist literature, this collection of some anecdotes and fables depicts earlier incarnations -- sometimes as an animal, sometimes as a human -- of the being who would become Siddhartha Gautama, the future Buddha. Have you seen monkeys in Florida?
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Twice the clever little monkey foils the attempts of the crocodile to capture him.