A Home in the Zoo
The bird flitted from place to place.
She had something she had to do.
Her task was very important;
She wanted to live in the zoo.
Crocs are often hungry,
The bird had been told.
As far as living with lions,
She wasn't quite that bold.
An idea came while resting
On a rhino's rump.
She decided to build her nest
Atop the camel's hump.
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