How the Rhinoceros got his skin

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Joseph Rudyard Kipling is one of the greatest English writers. Kipling’s most popular works include The Jungle Book, Gunga Din, Kim and Mandalay. This is a story of the Rhinoceros, who ate the Parsee’s cake. On the shores of the Red Sea lived Parsee, he only had a hat, a knife and a cooking-stove. Once he mixed flour, water, plums and other things and baked a delicious cake. But then the impolite Rhinoceros appeared. He looked not the way Rhinoceroses look now, his skin was quite tight for him. The Rhinoceros took the cake, spiked it on the nose and ate it. Later there was a heat in the Red Sea and the Parse saw the Rhinoceros’s skin on the beach and decided to revenge. What happened to the Rhinoceros? Spend a few minutes to understand how the Rhinoceros got his wrinkled skin.
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