Golubella sinhala essay
We were on the lookout for a visitor to come and eat the plants in the garden at night.
As the sun went down, the guest came out of hiding. This was a very difficult journey.
The snail is an innocent who eats plants. It is called the farmer’s enemy. The snail’s worst enemy is the attic. The heat of the day makes the snail tired. So she hid during the day. It has an outer shell that hides to hide when disaster strikes.
Some say it is a “snail’s pace” when working slowly.
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