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Life of Pi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Chapter 47 Summary

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Part 2 Chapter 47 Summary

The next day dawned and Pi saw that the zebra was still alive. He was dumbfounded at how long the animal could go on living with such a horrible gaping wound. Both the hyena and the orangutan were agitated. Pi was feeling weaker and weaker. By midday, the zebra was dead and the hyena grew even more agitated. The hyena decided to take a run at Orange Juice. He flew over the remains of the zebra toward Orange Juice going for the kill. The orangutan hit him in the head, stunning the beast. Pi was impressed, considering her gentleness and lack of experience with wild animals. Orange Juice was a domesticated pet before coming to the zoo. After recovering from its stun, the hyena took another pass at Orange Juice and this time it made contact, clamping onto her wrist and quickly moving to her...

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