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M0142 (not in Perry). Source: Daumas 272. This fable is not in Perry’s catalog, but it is in the Speculum Sapientiae, 2.18. The name rhino-ceros in Greek means “nose-horn.” Compare the fable of the goat who breaks his horn on a statue, #325.