The Loud Roar
It was a sunny day in the jungle. Birds were chirping, and a gentle breeze blew through the trees. All of a sudden, a loud roar shattered the peaceful atmosphere. The animals of the jungle froze in fear. They knew the roar belonged to the most feared predator in the jungle – the lion.
As the lion marched through the jungle, he roared louder with each step. His roar echoed through the trees, sending shivers down the animals’ spines. They all knew to stay far away from the lion, who was known for his ferocity and strength.
But as the day wore on, the roar became more frequent and louder. The animals began to grow restless and frightened. They had never heard the lion roar so loudly before. The curious ones, like the monkeys and parrots, ventured out of their hiding places to investigate.
As they drew near the place where the lion was, they saw that he was in deep pain. A thorn had gotten lodged in his paw, making it impossible for him to walk. The lion had been trying to roar to attract help, but every time he did, the pain became unbearable.
The animals understood the lion’s plight and decided to help him. The monkeys climbed the trees to get a better view while the parrots began to fly over the area, searching for any signs of help. Eventually, they found a group of elephants who were willing to help the lion.
With their powerful trunks, the elephants removed the thorn from the lion’s paw. The lion roared with joy, but this time it was not a loud, frightening roar. It was a softer, grateful roar. The animals of the jungle joined in, and their happy roars filled the air.
From that day on, the lion made a pact with the other animals. He would use his roar not to scare them, but to call out for help whenever he needed it. And if any other animal needed his help, he would be there to lend a hand. The loud roar had brought the animals of the jungle together, and they knew that they would always have each other’s backs, no matter what.