A lion, a donkey to go out hunting together. that way, they thought, they would catch much than if they went alone, and they were right. At the end of the day they had a big heap of food. "Right," said the donkey, "let's divide it into three piles, one for each of us. " So he shared it out in three equal amounts. "What's this?" roared the lion, and jumped on the and gobbled him up. "You divide the heap," said the lion to the fox. The fox was wise.
He made two piles- a big one, and a small one. "Hmm, said the lion, taking the big one. "Who taught you to share things out so?" "Ask the donkey," answered the fox.