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Aesop's Fables: The Fox and the Crocodile

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A certain day the fox and the crocodile discussed about the nobility of their ancestors.

By long time the crocodile spoke about the lineage of its ancestors, and finished saying that their parents had gotten to be the guardians of the gymnasium.

"It is not necessary that you say it to me", talked back the fox, "the qualities of your skin demonstrate very well that for many years you have been dedicating yourself to the gymnastics exercises".

Remember always that whatever is notorious, it is not possible to be hidden with the lie.

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