The Jungle Book - Chapter 2 "Kaa's Hunting" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 "Kaa's Hunting" Summary

In "Kaa's Hunting," Kipling continues the story of Mowgli and his life in the jungle. This chapter begins long before Mowgli is turned out of the wolf pack. We find Mowgli with his friend, Baloo, the bear, who is teaching the boy the law of the jungle. The bear is delighted with his quick-witted pupil. Wolves are usually content to learn only those things that apply to their species, but the boy is insatiably curious and wants to learn about all things. Sometimes, Bagheera comes to see how the lessons are coming along, and he, too, is pleased. Mowgli learns to climb, swim and run. He also learns the "Strangers' Hunting Call." It's a call that all jungle creatures repeat when they are hunting outside of their home turf. Basically, it says that they are hunting, because...

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