The accuracies in story of Tarzan

The accuracies in story of Tarzan

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Humans do not have dominion over emotions. From the point of view of intelligence, means, convenience, property and authority, nature may have given a special exemption to human beings, but it has shared the wealth of emotions with the freehand so that they can help each other, mutual harmony and nature so that the equilibrium can remain stable.

Sprouts of knowledge are also seen in other animals only to a certain extent, but the wealth of emotions is abundant in all living beings. It is another matter that they express these feelings in some other way but they are not impoverished in terms of sentiment. As far as his emotional expression can be understood, he is of the same level and style as human understands and expresses. From that point of view it also proves that sentimentality is not the only right of man, it is found in other creatures also and it develops when given the opportunity.

The story of Tarzan — the famous forest man — is famous. It is not just gossip, it has a lot of accuracies. An 11-year-old Englishman got trapped by a ship and went into the jungles of Africa, where he was reared by monkeys. He got emotional support from other animals too and by staying among them for fifteen consecutive years, he became not only familiar with the creatures of the forest family but also of affection.

In the forest areas, lions are very fearless coming and going near the ascetics who do penance. If they trouble them, they help in reverse. The lion cow’s going to the taco vans and drinking river water is proof that they are not treated as non-zero, their emotionality can extend beyond the human being if given the opportunity. In the forests near Khandauli town of Agra district, Uttar Pradesh, a female wolf picked up a human child but Karunavash did not kill her but fed her when she turned 6 years old when the poachers hunted this child out of the wolf’s den was caught

In the Malda area of ​​Bengal, a hunter named Robert Vaisi has mentioned in his hunting description a blind cheetah whose friendship was with a monkey and he used to hunt the leopard with his voice and voice. When the said hunter killed the leopard, the monkey came to fight and when he was also shot, he came running to the dead leopard’s corpse and wrapped it and gave up his life.

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