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Coyote and Badger are friends. Badger goes to visit Coyote, who gives him juniper berries to eat. They converse until evening, when Badger goes home, inviting Coyote. He catches rabbit and in morning roasts it. Coyote comes and, after conversing, Badger brings forth roasted rabbit, cuts it up and invites friend to eat. They enjoy meal and again converse. In evening Coyote goes home, friend wishing him happy journey.

Next: 76.--The Badger, the Coyote, and the Kóhonino Maiden.