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In a quaint village, there lived a wise grandmother named Clara. Every day, children would gather around her, eager to learn from her knowledge. One day, a little boy asked, "Grandma, why do birds fly south for the winter?"
Clara smiled and said, "It's because it's too far to walk!"
The children giggled at the joke, and Clara continued, "But in all seriousness, birds fly south to find warmer weather and more food during the cold months."
The little boy nodded, grateful for the playful yet insightful explanation. From then on, Clara became known as the village's wise and witty grandmother, sharing knowledge and humor to brighten everyone's days.
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