Aesop's Fables: The lion, the Fox and the donkey

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The lion, the Fox and the donkey were associated to go hunting.
When they had enough, said the lion to the donkey which distributed among the three loot. Did the donkey three equal parts and asked the lion to choose yours. Outraged by having three equal parts, jumped on him and devoured it.
He then asked the Fox that it was she who distributed.
The Fox made a lot of almost everything, leaving only a few scraps in the other group. He called the lion to choose again.
Seeing that, he asked the lion who had taught him to be distributed as well.
-Then the donkey, Lord!

It is always good not to despise the other error and rather learn from him.

Translated for educational purposes

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