Main thesis of animal farm

In Chinese , Korean and Japanese , the tapir is named after a beast from mythology that has a snout like that of an elephant . In Chinese and Japanese folklore , tapirs, like their chimerical counterpart, are thought to eat people's nightmares. In Chinese, the name of this beast, subsequently the name of the tapir, is in Mandarin ( 貘 ) and mahk in Cantonese ( 貘 ). The Korean equivalent is maek ( Hangul : 맥 , Hanja : 貘 [출처] 테이퍼 [貘, tapir ] ), while in Japanese it is called baku ( 獏 or 貘 ) ( バク ).

Main thesis of animal farm

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