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Nero, the Circus Lion

His Many Adventures

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Author: Richard Barnum
Published: 1919
Language: English
Wordcount: 25,462 / 74 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 96
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 410
Added to site: 2007.05.22
mnybks.net#: 17056
Genre: Young Readers
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the water with their tail, and then they bite you. I didn't know there were crocodiles at our spring, or I wouldn't have gone there in the daytime for a drink. At night it's all right, for then they can't see you so plainly."

[Illustration: Nero saw what he had thought was a log of wood open a big mouth. Page 18]

"Well, this one saw me all right," said Nero. "My side is sore where he knocked me into the spring."

"It's lucky your nose isn't sore where he might have bitten you," growled Switchie. "That was a mean crocodile! We had just as good right to drink on that side of the spring-pool as he had!"

"Well, maybe we had," said Nero. "But he was stronger than I, and so he knocked me in. Now I'm all wet!"

And so Nero learned one of the first lessons of the jungle, that it is the strongest and fiercest animals that have the best of it.

The elephants of the jungle, which are the largest animals, crash their way through, afraid of nothing except the men hunters. An

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