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The Bharunda Bird An Indian myth
The Bharunda Bird This is an ancient myth from India about a two headed bird.
The Indians The Indians believed that it was good luck to see the bird.
Singing Whenever the Bharunda bird sang a song any animal that was fighting would turn calm.
Food If either of the heads found something to eat they would say other head do you want something to eatand the other head would say yes.
A Fight One day the tall head got angry with the small head and they stopped sharing food and singing
It Died Then they began to peck at one another until the little head swallowed some poison and they both died.
THE END THE END
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