Moral of the peacock and crane story It is better to be useful than to be beautiful. Never be so proud of yourself. One should be humble always.

What is the moral of the story the crane and the peacock?

The moral of the story is: Fine feathers don’t make fine birds. The Peacock and the Crane is one of the famous Aesop’s Fables.

What is the moral of the story Fox and Crane?


What did the crane compare the peacock to?

Answer: The peacock spread its shiny feathers in all colours of the rainbow for crane to see and admire. He also compared it to the crane’s pale feathers.

Why did the peacock laughed at the crane?

Explanation: A Peacock was strutting before a Crane saying how beautiful he was. The Crane pointed out that it could fly with his feathers instead of just strut around.

What genre is the peacock and the crane?

This is one of the short fables with moral lesson for kids. Once, there was a beautiful peacock in the woods. “Wow, peacock!

Who is the writer of the story peacock and the crane?


The Peacock And The Crane by Aesop.

What is the moral of the story of the fox who lost his tail?

One of them said: If you had not yourself lost your tail, my friend, you would not thus counsel us. Moral: Advice prompted by selfishness should not be heeded.

Why did the crane come back hungry?

The fox had prepared soup for his mate. But as we all know that foxes are cunning by nature, he served the soup in flat dishes. So, he himself lapped the crane’s share with his tongue enjoying its relish a lot. But the crane could not enjoy it at all with his long beak and had to get back home hungry.