Animal’s Olympic 2009 (Fiction Story)

India, the second most populous country in the world, is still behind the scenes to win a significant number of medals at the Olympics, with the exception of some medals. India has never had the honor of hosting the Olympics and all attempts were in vain. So India finally decided to arrange an event that would shock the world. Last year, India hosted the first and largest Olympic animal game in history in 2009.
Animals from all over the world were invited to the game, the world shook, India became the center of attraction for customers all over the world, good forex was obtained and inflation at the stage was kept normal. .. go. Indian animals have been intensively trained so that they can be honored to win the largest number of medals in the competition. Bhopal is central to the promotion of the match. An Australian national animal, the kangaroo carried a sacred torch from Australia and gave it to an Indian elephant lit with a torch with the help of a trunk. The lion, the king of the jungle, was launched in 2009 as an animal.
Our national bird, the peacock, danced very well at the opening ceremony and decorated the entire show. (March 25) The first competition was a bullfight between an Indian bull and an Argentine bull. The rule was that two lines of victory would be drawn between the two opposite sides of the two teams, and the team that would win the line of victory within 200 meters would be drawn. The Indian bulls fought so bravely that they injured the Argentine bulls and five bulls won gold medals. The next event was a swimming competition between German dolphins and American dolphins. The rule was that dolphins had to swim from the Bay of Bengal to Park Street in Sri Lanka. The dolphins of both countries swam hard to counter the waves of water affected by the full moon. On a full moon day, the waves were raging, but it took dolphins all day to cross the street, and German dolphins were honored to defeat American dolphins. Visit:-
The next competition was a 1000m race between Australian kangaroos, African leopards, German shepherds and Indian bulldogs. The race was very interesting and the Australian kangaroo was chosen as the winner. The marathon race was very exciting. It took place in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan (India). Camels from India, Pakistan and South Africa. And Australia participated in the match. The rule was that camels had to reach the Pakistani border within five hours. Strong storms and winds were major obstacles that camels had to face, but India used its home field to successfully climb the winning line and win a second gold medal. The next tournament was a shooting tournament between Pakistani monkeys and Indian monkeys. The shooting competition was held at LOC (Line of Control). The shooting target was set only on the Pakistani side (LOC) with Pakistani stakeholders. Five monkeys were selected on each side. Five different goals were set and each monkey allowed five rounds. Pakistani monkeys could only hit three targets. But when it was the Indian monkey’s turn, they shot over the target and blasted the Pakistani training ground. Shortly thereafter, the Pakistani army was launched and the shooting competition was interrupted. The Indian embassy apologized for the Pakistani government making a mistake and losing control of the shooting. When the relationship normalizes again, the competition continues and the Indian monkeys are declared victorious.
In the ball-throwing tournament, the Indian elephant defeated the South African elephant 5-3. So far, India has won four gold medals, all newspapers highlight the story of India’s victory on the cover, and Indian animals are far superior to human beings who have hoped to win medals. Was there. The next match was a soccer match between a Korean elephant and a Pakistani elephant. Pakistani elephants defeated Korean elephants with a 5-4 margin to win their first victory and gold medal. The tournament was held with honor and dignity for a full week (December 25-January 31).

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