A Bull finding a lion's cub asleep gored him to death with his horns.
The Lioness came up, and bitterly lamented the death of her whelp.
A wild-boar Hunter, seeing her distress, stood at a distance and said
to her, "Think how many men there are who have reason to lament the
loss of their children, whose deaths have been caused by you."
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