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    • One day, there was a little butterfly flying happily over a ricefield. Immediately, he saw a group of bees collecting flowernectar.
    • “Excuse me, can you share some of your nectar with me?”asked the butterfly.
    • “We can’t share our nectar with you, please go and find yourown from other flowers,” replied the bees.
    • The butterfly flew away to look for other flowers, but hecouldn’t find any.
    • Then the little butterfly felt very exhausted and couldn’t fly anyfurther.
    • Exhausted, he staggered step by step until he reached a bigtree. Then he relaxed there. Suddenly, there was a heavy rainthat made it difficult for the little butterfly to find flowers forfood.
    • Then, the little butterfly saw a baby bee sitting and shiveringin the rain.
    • The little butterfly picked up the baby bee and brought himunder the tree to shelter him from the rain.
    • When the rain stopped, the little butterfly took the baby beeto his parents.
    • On the way, the little butterfly met a swarm of bees who werelooking for the baby bee.
    • After taking the baby bee to his parents, the little butterflystarted to leave to continue looking for food.
    • Then all the bees said, “Brother Butterfly! Don’t go away! Let’sget food from these flowers together.” Since then, butterfliesand bees have become good friends forever.