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The Phoenix and the Lion

Sam read Flight of the Phoenix (Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist, Book I)
and the Wikipedia page on the Phoenix. She decided to write up what she learned in order to pursue her new career goal as a beastologist.

the Phoenix’s talefether’s are gold, red, blue, purple and green. the Phoenix has a 500 to 1000 year life cycle
near the end of its life cycle it build itself a nest of twigs. then when the phoenix’s birthday comes around it sing’s its last song then it bursts into flames When the flames go away the nest still glows buetefully. You must keep the nest shieled from the wind and feed it cinamon twigs and you have to keep it warm or the Phoenix will not hatch.
Phoenix Ritten in Pershan looks like this [Persian copy]
Phoenix ritten in greek looks like this [Greek copy]

Also, there’s a “loins Picture”
and information about lions titled “loins informachan”

lions are the Largest prdeders in Africa. thease powerfull cats live in groups called Prides in bush contry or on grassy Plains.

One Response to “The Phoenix and the Lion”

  1. Sammy Mammy says:

    “Loins” really cracked me up. Guess we’d better get back into spelling practice!

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