A fox, a wolf, and a bear went hunting, and each captured a deer. A discussion followed about how they should divide the spoils.
The bear asked the wolf how he thought it should be done. The wolf answered, “That’s simple. Each of us should get one deer.”
As soon as the wolf was done speaking, the bear ate him.
Then the bear asked how the fox proposed to divvy up the spoils. The fox offered his deer to the bear and suggested that the bear take the wolf’s as well.
“Where did you get such wisdom?” asked the bear.
“From the wolf,” replied the fox.