B. J. Harrison Reads The Undertakers - äänikirja
An Adjutant-crane, a jackal and a giant crocodile are talking by the river, under a newly built railway bridge. The crocodile remembers the good old days, when he used to catch and devour the villagers as they tried to pass through a ford. He also remembers a boat sailing down the river, on which was a white child whom the crocodile tried to catch, but got shot with a revolver instead. Soon the reptile falls asleep, when two men with riffles cross the bridge.
Who are the two men on the bridge? Are they here to hunt the crocodile? Could it be the white boy from the boat, seeking revenge? How is this story going to end? Find all the answers in Rudyard Kipling's 1895 story "The Undertakers".