Animal Sayings

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Animal Sayings

Proverbs about Animals

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When you see a monkey on a tree, it has already seen you. (African-Fulani Proverb)

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You ride as you like on your own horse. (Russian Proverb)

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He who chases after a deer will take no notice of hares. (Korean Proverb)

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To beat a tiger, one must have a brother’s help. (Chinese proverb)

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A good sheep bleats but little and gives much wool.(English Proverb)

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Where the horse is ties, there it feeds.(Philippine Proverb)

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A snake is not killed by its own poison. (Lebanese Proverb)

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When you are among the swans,You become a swan. (Thai Proverb)

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He who denies the cat, skimmed milk must give the mouse, cream. (Russian proverb)

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Even an elephant may slip. (Indian-Tamil proverb)

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Even a monkey may sometimes fall from the tree.(Korean Proverb)

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The ox is not aware of its strength. (Yiddish proverbs)

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A lion is not a safe companion for all persons.

(Irish proverb)

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Hares are caught with hounds, fools with praise and women with gold. (German proverb)

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Be on the watch when an old dog barks. (Serb-Croatian Proverb)

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Don’t sell the bear skin before the bear is dead. (Dutch proverb)

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Lend not horse, nor wife, nor sword. (English Proverb)

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An old cat sports not with her prey. (English proverb)

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In a fight between whales, the backs of shrimps are burst. (Korean proverb)