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THE GOLDEN GOATS
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There lived a golden goat in a deep forest. He was as big as a pony and as strong as a bull. He had two pointed horns. His golden hair shone like burning flames in the bright sunlight. Even lions and tigers were afraid of facing this goat.

Once a lion saw the goat on the outskirts of a village, eating vegetable leaves in the garden of a farmer. The farmer seeing the goat in his garden beat him with sticks. The lion thought to himself, "How can a grass eating animal be stronger than I."

When the goat came out of the vegetable garden bleating after being beaten by the farmer, the lion pounced upon him. He killed the goat and ate it.
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