When There’s A Fire In The Jungle by Martin Honeysett

When there’s a fire in the jungle,

They call the Elephant Brigade,

Who race with their trunks full of water,

To the place that has to be sprayed.

But if the fire is a big one,

It happens as often as not,

That the elephants drink all the water,

To stop themselves getting too hot.


by Martin Honeysett

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