No matter how much the carabao drinks, the level of the river keeps rising. The hummingbird takes his turn when the tide begins to ebb, so that he needs only to pretend to drink and the water subsides. Naturally, the carabao loses the contest anbsp;...
|Author||:||Susie L. Tan|
|Publisher||:||de La Salle University - 1998-01-01|