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Swallow and Catfish


Everyday the catfish woke up at the bottom of the slow river. He rarely came up to the surface because he did not need to or want to. He ate almost anything floating in the water from snails and insects to leftovers from other fish.

One day, the catfish met a young swallow ---

Inspired by The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse it is a moral about individuals entitled to his or her own personal preferences.



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