It was a hot summer afternoon, the little earthworm was moving around. A Robin bird, sitting on the branch of a tree, was watching the slowly moving worm closely. He couldn’t resist himself from catching the earthworm, because worms are his choicest food. At any cost, he won’t spare any opportunity to eat a worm.
A yellow snake saw both the worm and the Robin bird. He was sure that the bird will fly down for the worm. So he patiently waited, and everything happened as planned.
The bird flew down from the tree, picked up the worm on its beak. “Please, please let me go,” the worm begged for its life. “No way, you are my food, I can’t leave a tasty food at any cost,” the bird said, and he swallowed the worm.
Immediately, the long yellow snake appeared from behind the bush. The snake caught the bird. It was an attack unexpected, and the bird couldn’t fly away. “Please, please, let me go,” the bird pleaded snake for his life. “No, I can’t leave you, because you are my food, just like that earthworm was your’s,” the snake said.
In the animal world, one becomes the food of another, part of a big food chain. Nobody can break the chain.