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In the village of St Mary Cray, nestled amid the picturesque countryside of Kent, there resided a rather unusual character named Jack—the hungry hippopotamus. Unlike his counterparts in the wild, Jack had a voracious appetite that seemed insatiable, earning him both admiration and amusement from the villagers.

Jack was known far and wide for his colossal appetite, which he satisfied by munching on anything and everything he could get his jaws around. From towering stacks of hay to rows of freshly picked apples, there was no delicacy too large or too small to escape Jack’s insatiable hunger.

However, despite his hearty appetite, Jack was a gentle giant at heart, beloved by the villagers who had grown accustomed to his presence. He spent his days lounging by the riverbank, basking in the warm sunshine and occasionally indulging in a leisurely swim to cool off from the summer heat.

But one day, as autumn descended upon St Mary Cray and the trees shed their leaves in a kaleidoscope of colours, a great famine swept through the village, leaving its inhabitants in dire straits. Crops had failed, and food was scarce, leaving many families struggling to make ends meet.

Moved by their plight, Jack resolved to use his formidable appetite for good, setting out to find food for the villagers in their time of need. With a determined gleam in his eyes and a rumble in his belly, he embarked on a quest to scour the countryside for sustenance.

From fields of golden wheat to orchards heavy with ripe fruit, Jack traversed the countryside, gathering provisions to feed the hungry villagers. With each passing day, his efforts grew more heroic, his belly swelling with the bounty he had collected.

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