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The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

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Published by: Shade Mahmoud on Apr 25, 2010
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scattered elephants across the hills, the forty or fifty wild

monsters were driven into the last stockade, and the big

drop gate, made of tree trunks lashed together, jarred

down behind them, Kala Nag, at the word of command,

would go into that flaring, trumpeting pandemonium

(generally at night, when the flicker of the torches made it

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difficult to judge distances), and, picking out the biggest

and wildest tusker of the mob, would hammer him and

hustle him into quiet while the men on the backs of the

other elephants roped and tied the smaller ones.

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