Chimpanzees are social animals and very intelligent too. Not only do they work together to solve problems, they've been known to make and use tools and also regularly pass on skills to other members of their group.
The severe water shortage meant that all the animals were growing weak. Bhola, the monkey had worn himself out while looking for food all day, when suddenly he started feeling light-headed. Then, without any warning, he fell unconscious.
Soon, the bus reached the picnic spot and they all got off. Giro spread out a mat and asked all the children to put down their bags on it. Then they all rushed to the stream nearby and started playing games.
Under the shade of Piku's pink umbrella, they continued playing board games. They then had lunch. Suddenly, they heard some noises behind the bush. It was Billu and Dillu, the notorious cats that always troubled them!
All the flowers flashed their best smile to make themselves look beautiful. When the people came by, some praised the tulip, while some praised the red rose and others the daisy. This confused the flowers even more.
Rio, the rhino considered himself to be superior and more intelligent than the animals in the forest. As days went by, more and more animals were getting annoyed by Rio's behaviour. He was rude and haughty.
Mattu was enjoying his tour of the fort. The view from the top was incredible. The interesting thing about the fort was that despite being so high up on a mountain, all the trees made it virtually impossible to spot from the ground.
A grand birthday party was organised at the palace for which all the fishes were invited. Everyone was having fun at the party when suddenly, a dolphin whistled loudly. The other dolphins too followed suit.
Pritam loved walking in the rain. But today, he did not have his umbrella with him. He did not expect the weather to change so drastically. Since he was just a short distance away from home, he decided to rush back to get his umbrella.
Ratu, the mouse loved to draw and paint. His two best friends were his brush and his set of paints. The only animal in the entire forest who appreciated Ratu's drawing and painting was old Lambu, the monkey, who was a painter himself.