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Leopard is hungry, but he is also lazy. How will he catch his dinner? Leopard recruits the help of Baboon and Baby Baboon to trap Hare whom he plans to eat for his dinner. But Leopard is outwitted and Baby Baboon laughs and laughs. This is the story of how Leopard came to lie in wait in the trees and why you just might hear Baby Baboon laughing and laughing.

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