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The BearThe wind wailed through the towering pines of Grand National Park The sun illuminated thelandscape Those pines were more than five hundred years old They stood unchanging like the forestitself The animals lived in a flawless balance with nature No humans had ruined this pristinewilderness for some time The trails overgrew with shrubs Gathering clouds brought an ominous dread to the forest It became darker by the minute Suddenly lightning brightened the terrain As the rain pummelled the forest most animals darted infear Not all the animals were terrified of the storm The bear roared in delight The master of theanimals in this forest was the bear The bear was hardy He could stand pain very well His general colour is black above andbrownish dark below His legs were very powerful He could use his hind legs to stand upright Hisfront legs could get to hard to reach places He had a keen sense of smell and hearing but a less welldeveloped sense of sight This bear had an omnivorous diet The bear liked eating fish termites antshoney fruit and nuts The bear could catch his meals with incredible speed Trees water or land didnot stop him from his prey This bear preferred to be alone He did not like to share food or care forthe young Caring for the young would be left to his mates Yet he possessed much wisdom Would he bestrong and smart enough to survive this dayThe bear saw a new animal in the forest today The other animals in the forest were afraid ofthis new animal This new animal walked on two feet It was about six feet tall The new animal alsowore clothing How was the bear to know that this new animal was a humanThe bear started to walk towards the human in curiosity The human noticed the bear Then thehuman took out a gun The human fired the gun at the bear The bullet barely
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