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ELEPHANTS HAD NO TRUNKS, AND ONE DAY WHILE IT WAS GETTING A
DRINK OF WATER A CROCODILE WAS SWIMMING CLOSE TO THE SHORE
& IT GRABBED THE ELEPHANT BY HIS SHORT NOSE & STARTED TO
PULL & PULL & PULL TILL IT LOOKS AS IT IS TODAY.

Submitter comment: PROBABLY TOLD TO CLASS BY LOWER GRADE TEACHER

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; OAK PARK

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Characteristics of Animals

Date learned: 00-00-1974

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