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The World Belongs to Animals

Chandrakant Bhonsle

Nature has gifted us some incredible teachers,
They are all different from each other with remarkable features,

A tortoise famously taught us that slow and steady wins the race,
Monkeys have played their part in discovering

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-719-2
Published : 28/05/2020
Pages : 69
Size : 156x156
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Chandrakant Bhonsle

Chandrakant Bhonsle, a graduate in Law, was born in Raipur, India. 
He married Veronica Bhonsle in 2019. Veronica Bhonsle, a Business Administration graduate, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
Both Chandrakant and Veronica share a common interest in the protection of wildlife which they were fortunate enough to experience by visiting some of the renowned forests in the world. 
Concerned by the plight of animals they developed this book as a contribution towards helping the environment by making an attempt at creating early consciousness among children about the importance of preservation of the animals.

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Nature has gifted us some incredible teachers,
They are all different from each other with remarkable features,

A tortoise famously taught us that slow and steady wins the race,
Monkeys have played their part in discovering the marvels of space,

Ants show us how rewarding hard work can be,
Development of a butterfly is an evolutionary miracle to see, 

From wolves we can learn to work together, 
Foxes demonstrate how to survive and thrive in the worst weather,

Even a king like lion often faces failures in catching its prey, 
Yet it never gives up and uses a new strategy every day, 

Virtue of patience are best represented by tigers and snakes,
Frogs enjoy those dark rainy days by singing in the lakes, 

Eagles are renowned for their concentration,
By trading land for water whales have mastered adaptation,

The animals of the world appeal to all adults and to every child,
Don't you think that they deserve to roam freely in the wild?

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