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Most Entertaining Jungle Story for Kids

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Introduction to Jungle Story

Children are drawn to animals, as most individuals who work or live with them are aware. It's almost as though the scarier or stranger an animal appears, the more likely a child will find it interesting! Kids might be fascinated by the jungle for a variety of reasons.

When children read about the jungle, they have a better understanding of their favourite creatures as well as Earth and the environment. Jungle stories are frequently full of adventure and excitement, making them a fantastic way to keep kids interested in what they're reading. The below is such a story for youngsters to enjoy.


The Lion and the Elephant Story

Once upon a time, there were two creatures who were mortal enemies: the Lion and the Elephant. The Lion was the ruler of the jungle, with the ability to do anything he wanted.

The Lion would not invite the Elephant to any meetings because he despised it. When it was time to work, the Lion would always assign the elephant the most difficult task, which was always exhausting. Despite Lion's grief and loathing for the Elephant, the Elephant remained patient and loyal to the Lion.

The Lion and the Elephant


The Lion and the Elephant

When Lion's Cub was in the jungle one day, a large tree fell on it by mistake. The Cub couldn't hoist it over himself since it was too heavy. So the Cub began yelling for aid, and when the other animals heard him, they immediately rushed to assist him.

Many animals attempted to raise the tree, but it was extremely heavy, and the Cub was on the verge of death. Fortunately, an elephant arrived and, upon seeing what was going on, felt empathy for the Lion's Cub. Despite their animosity, the Elephant chose to pull the tree off the Cub and save its life.

As a result, when the Lion learned that the Elephant had saved his son's life, he was overjoyed and grateful for the elephant.

Elephant And the Lion’s Cub


Elephant and the Lion’s Cub

The Lion begged the Elephant's forgiveness, and the Lion promptly selected the Elephant as Prime Minister of the Jungle, and the two became fast friends.


Moral of the Story 

The moral of the story is to never hate a friend or anybody else since he or she may be the one to rescue or save you when no one else can, and if someone hates you, don't hate them back, instead, love them more and more.

Love each other!


Summary of the Lion and the Elephant Story

When the Lion found out that the Elephant had saved his son's life, he was ecstatic and appreciative. The Lion begged the Elephant's forgiveness, and the Elephant was appointed Prime Minister of the Jungle by the Lion, and the two became close friends. A buddy in need is absolutely a friend, and being unpleasant is not the way to go, the lion realised.

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FAQs on Most Entertaining Jungle Story for Kids

1. What happened to the lion’s cub?

One day, while in the bush, a giant tree crashed on Lion's Cub by accident. Because it was too heavy, the Cub couldn't lift it over his head. As a result, the Cub began calling for help, and the other animals came to his rescue as soon as they heard him. Many animals tried to move the tree, but it was too heavy, and the Cub was dying. Fortunately, an elephant arrived and felt sorry for Lion's Cub after seeing what was going on. Despite their hostility, the Elephant opted to save the Cub's life by removing the tree.

2. What was the elephant's question to the lion?

The Lion begged the Elephant's forgiveness, and the Lion promptly selected the Elephant as Prime Minister of the Jungle, and the two became fast friends.