"I am crossing the river," replied Berhe.
The snake asked, "Please let me cross the river with you because I can't do it on my own."
The snake climbed onto Berhe's head and they crossed the river.
Berhe was worried. If he hit the snake with his stick, he would hurt his head. If he grabbed the snake, it would bite him.
"Good afternoon, hyena," said Berhe. "Good afternoon, how can I help you?" asked hyena.
Berhe explained what had happened with the snake, and asked hyena's opinion on the matter.
But the snake refused to get down.
The snake came down from Berhe's head.
Fox replied, "The snake is on the ground. Your stick is in your hand. What do you want me to judge?"
Berhe beat the snake with his walking stick.
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