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  • Jambo Rafiki: Hello, My Friend | Figen Gunduz Letaconnoux

    Jambo Rafiki: Hello, My Friend

    • UNABRIDGED (18 mins)
    • By Figen Gunduz Letaconnoux
    • Narrated By Mira Demirkan
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    Once upon a time, far, far away in the land of Africa, there were vast forests with huge lakes, ling rivers, endless lowlands, supreme mountains, and high rocks. And in those forests there were cute baboons, angry rhinos, long-necked giraffes, ox-headed antelopes, cheerful goats, spotted leopards, warthogs with vertical tails, zebras in striped pajamas, and countless animals all living happily together. Local stories about these cute animals have been told for generations, and I have gathered them to share.

  • Karibu Rafiki: Welcome, My Friend | Figen Gunduz Letaconnoux

    Karibu Rafiki: Welcome, My Friend

    • UNABRIDGED (11 mins)
    • By Figen Gunduz Letaconnoux
    • Narrated By Mira Demirkan
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    Once upon a time far, far away in the land of Africa, there were vast forests with huge lakes, long rivers, endless lowlands, supreme mountains and high rocks. And in those forests there were cute baboons, angry rhinos, long-necked giraffes, ox-headed antelopes, cheerful goats, spotted leopards, warthog's with vertical tails, zebras in striped pajamas, and countless animals, living happily together.

  • The Island Snappers | Erkut Demirel

    The Island Snappers

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 56 mins)
    • By Erkut Demirel
    • Narrated By Mira Demirkan
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    They say that people feed off of one another, but this isn't wholly true. As long as we face the difficulties of living a free, honorable life respectful to nature, then unity is certainly possible. We can only achieve this dream if we put away our prejudice without fooling ourselves. We need to fight to get what we deserve for our hard work.

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