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For a Dish of Fish :- Man vs Fish the battle to survive

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By SukunaPublished about a year ago 3 min read
For a Dish of Fish :- Man vs Fish the battle to survive
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This story is a perspective of a Man and Fish at the same thing but with different reactions.

Once upon a time, there lived a man named hasan who lived by the river. He was a fisherman and his livelihood relied on catching fish from the river. One day, John decided to build a fish trap to make his fishing easier and more efficient. He spent hours constructing the trap, carefully placing it in the river where he knew the fish would swim.

As the days passed, John eagerly checked his trap every morning, and to his delight, it was always filled with a bountiful catch. He couldn't believe his luck and was overjoyed at the thought of being able to provide for his family with such ease.

However, as time went by, John began to notice that the number of fish in the river was decreasing. He thought nothing of it at first, believing it to be a natural fluctuation in the fish population. But as the days passed, the number of fish caught in his trap began to decrease as well.

John was confused and worried. He had not considered the fact that his trap would have a negative impact on the fish population. He decided to take the trap out of the water and instead, started fishing with a fishing rod to ensure he was not overfishing.

But the damage had already been done, the fish population in the river had been greatly impacted and it would take a long time for them to recover. John felt guilty for not thinking about the consequences of his actions and vowed to be more mindful in the future.

Now, let's look at the perspective of fish. Once upon a time, in the same river lived a school of fish. They swam freely in the river, finding food and shelter in its depths. They were a happy and carefree community, enjoying the company of their fellow fish.

One day, the fish noticed

something strange in the river. It was a large object that seemed to be blocking their usual path. They tried to swim around it, but it was too big. Some of the fish got trapped in it, and others were too scared to swim near it.

The trapped fish struggled to get free, but the walls of the trap were too strong. They soon realized that they were caught in a trap set by a human. The trapped fish panicked and swam frantically, trying to escape but to no avail.

The other fish in the school were worried about their trapped companions, and they tried to figure out a way to help them. They soon realized that the trap was being checked and emptied regularly by the human. Each time the trap was checked, more and more fish were taken away.

The fish community was in distress, they noticed that their numbers were decreasing and they knew it was because of the trap. They swam together in search of a solution, but they couldn't think of a way to escape the trap.

As days passed, their numbers continued to decrease, and the trapped fish slowly started to lose hope. They knew that their fate was sealed and that they would eventually be taken away from the river.

In the end, the trap was removed by the man, and the fish population started to recover. But for the trapped fish, it was too late. They were gone, never to return to the river again. The story serves as a reminder of how human actions can impact the lives and well-being of other creatures, and the importance of considering the consequences of our actions.

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