It was a Science Week at my son’s school. The kindergarten kid was assigned to draw a crab’s picture. We googled for the picture and got one.
After two hours of diligence, my son came with the picture. The crab in his picture had a tail.
“Oh dear! Where did you get an idea of a tail? There isn’t one in the original.”
“It is on the other side of the crab. Animals have tails.”
“Not every animal has a tail. Those with six legs don’t have a tail.”
There was a puzzled look on the little scholar’s face for three minutes. Then suddenly the face lightened up.
“I know why! There is no space left on six legged animals!”