3. Leo Furens et Caprea. Conspecto leone furente, “O miseram et infelicem conditionem bestiarum,” inquit caprea, “siquidem etiam furiosos habiturae sumus leones, quorum mentis et rationis compotum saevitiam intolerabilem esse experimur.”
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M0003 = Perry341. Source: Camerarius 149. This is Perry 341. Compare the frog’s alarm about the angry bulls, #608. There is a Greek version in Babrius.
3. The Raging Lion and the Goat. When she saw the lion in a rage, the she-goat said, "O the wretched and unhappy lives of animals, if we have to cope with lions in a rage, when we know their savageness to be unbearable even when they are sound in mind and thought."