Once upon a time, in a faraway place near New Zealand, there lived a small creature, who was known as the Tuatara. The Tuatara was a very special creature, for it had many unique features. Unlike other animals, the Tuatara had two rows of teeth in its lower jaw, and the males had a third eye in the middle of its head. It was truly a remarkable creature.
The Tuatara lived in the rocky terrain of the area and enjoyed basking in the sun during the day and sleeping at night. Its diet consisted mostly of insects, as well as other small creatures such as lizards and smaller frogs. The Tuatara was very adaptable and could survive in a variety of conditions.
One hot summer day, the Tuatara was out in the sun, basking in the warmth, when he noticed a small caterpillar crawling on the ground. He watched as the caterpillar slowly made its way across the ground, and he thought to himself that it must be in search of something.
The Tuatara then had an idea. He knew that if he could catch the caterpillar, he could use it to help feed the other animals in the area that didn’t have food available. So with this in mind, he quickly snatched the caterpillar and put it in his mouth.
The Tuatara was happy with his idea and proceeded to do this throughout the entire summer. He would go out and search for caterpillars and then bring them back to share with his friends. This way, all of the animals could have enough food to survive and not go hungry.
The Tuatara soon learned a valuable lesson that summer. He learned that by helping others, he could benefit in the long run. He had found a way to help the other animals in the area, and in the process, he had helped himself as well. He was now able to provide food for himself and the other animals, instead of having to scavenge for food.
This moral can be applied to our own lives as well. By helping others and trying to make a difference, we can reap the benefits in return. It is important to remember to be kind and generous, and to help those who are in need. We may not always get something back right away, but the rewards can be great in the long run.