Numerous years prior, it is stated, that elephants had little trunks with stubbed noses. One year, it didn’t rain for a long time. The lakes and lakes started to go away, and the streams had next to no water. Every one of the creatures in the woods were extremely parched, and frantically hunting down a wellspring of water. A stream used to stream not exceptionally far from the timberland, and an elephant chose to go there looking for water.
Strolling gradually, he achieved the stream. There carried on a brilliant green crocodile in the stream. As he saw the elephant, he cried, “Leave! Water is as of now rare here. On the off chance that you begin drinking, what will be left for me?”
The elephant knew it was a hazard to provoke the crocodile. Along these lines, he chose to return to the waterway when the crocodile would rest.
In a similar waterway, there additionally carried on a glossy green amphibian. At whatever point the crocodile would swim over the stream, the frog would jump onto his back and appreciate a ride. After some time, the crocodile was irritated with giving free rides to the amphibian. Ordinarily, he had attempted to shake the amphibian off his back, yet futile. “Hahaha!” the frog would snicker.
One day, the crocodile was laying on a stone. Observing this to be a decent open door, the elephant went to the stream noiselessly and started to drink water. Simply then, the frog bounced onto the crocodile’s back, exasperating his sleep. The crocodile was aggravated! He started to swim around the stream and shake his body fiercely. “Presently, I might dispose of you!” he cried at the amphibian. Be that as it may, the amphibian was unaffected.
All of a sudden, the crocodile saw the elephant. “How could you drink from my waterway when you were told not to?” he cried. Not able to dispose of the amphibian, the crocodile chose to vent all his outrage on the elephant. He got the elephant’s trunk and started to maneuver him into the waterway. The poor elephant began to pull back, crying, “Let go of me….please! Relinquish me….my nose harms!”
But the crocodile demonstrated no benevolence. At that point, with a powerful yank, the elephant prevailing with regards to liberating his trunk from the crocodile. Be that as it may, in pull of war, the elephant’s nose had turned out to be truly long! Irate, the elephant sucked all the water from the stream. At that point, he sucked some mud and showered it on the crocodile and the amphibian. From that point forward, it is stated, elephants have had long trunks, and crocodiles and frogs are not splendid green any longer.