One cold and snowy day in the north, a large group of reindeer were peacefully grazing on a field of fresh, green grass. They were a happy and close-knit herd, always looking out for each other and keeping each other safe.
As they were eating, a vicious and hungry bear emerged from the forest. He had been searching for food for days, and the sight of the plump and juicy reindeer was too much for him to resist.
The bear lumbered towards the herd, his eyes fixed on a small calf at the edge of the group. The calf’s mother, a fierce and loving reindeer, saw the danger and knew she had to act fast.
She called out to the rest of the herd, urging them to run as fast as they could. The reindeer quickly obeyed, their hooves pounding the ground as they fled from the bear.
The mother reindeer had a clever plan. She led the group in tight, narrow circles around the bear, making it impossible for him to attack any of them. The bear was confused and dizzy, and he stumbled and fell to the ground.
As soon as the bear was down, the reindeer quickly scattered, leaving him behind in the dust. From that day on, the reindeer used this clever trick to protect themselves from predators, and they lived happily and safely in the snowy north.