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Mr Crow was very hungry. He flew everywhere to look for food.
Suddenly, he saw a piece of meat on the ground. He flew down to get it.
He took the piece of meat to a branch of a nearby tree. He was very happy.
As Mr Crow was about to eat, he saw Mr Hawk. Mr Hawk had a dead rat in his claws.
Mr Hawk did not reply. He flew off as fast as he could. Mr Crow decided to follow Mr Hawk. He wanted to eat the dead rat as well.
Mr Crow could not fly fast enough, so he did not get The dead rat. While chasing Mr Hawk, his piece of meat fell to the ground.
Mr Eagle saw the incident. He quickly flew down to get the piece of meat.
Mr Eagle flew down towards Mr Crow. The piece of meat was between his claws.
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