Muwa Pataweku sinhala essay
The deer did not listen to the advice of the deer and started wandering in the forest. He went to a well-lit field and thought of eating young grass all over his stomach. But it got a little far to go. The deer was caught in a trap set by a Vedda. She began to squirm. Then the walls became tighter and tighter.
Eventually the deer began to howl loudly to its mother. The deer immediately ran to the calf. The deer saw how the deer had been caught in a trap and began to cry.
An adult deer came there, gave some advice to the deer and hid until the Vedda arrived.
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