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“DA MOVE” Deep in the forest there lived a brave  [monkey named Tough Monkey.] [He was known  far and wide]  for his silly, funny, and outgoing  [personality] [He was always the first one to be  informed about any news or events of the forest]  It was  [almost]  as if he were the king of the  forest.  [One day, on a]  hot  and  muggy morning  T ough  M onkey woke up to his mom’s loud  [and]  annoying voice.  “Baby, did you pack  [up]  your stuff yet ? ”  she asked. Three days  [before] , his parents  [had]  told  T ough  M onkey that they were moving  [near]  his  grandparent’s tree  house . Tough  M onkey had never seen his grandparents because they had just  come   from Africa two months  [before] “O MY GOD! ” he exclaimed, “ Mom I totally forgot  [that we are moving!]  I ’ll  get right to it”.  Mother  M onkey knew this would happen. It wasn’t a surprise. She knew her son was very lazy;  however  [she also knew that he could get the job done even under pressure].   All day tough monkey worked  [hard packing all his things] . At noon time , however a huge head  sticking in through his window interrupted him. It was Giraffe.  Tough Monkey and he had been  friends since they had been four years old. 
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2010 for the course SCIENCE 161 taught by Professor Potenza during the Spring '10 term at Anne Arundel CC.

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