Three men were flying on a plane over the jungle when it crashed.
They were the only people who survived.
They decided that starting the next morning one of them would go out and make weapons and see if he could kill anything.
So the next morning the first man went out.
He didn't come back till about noon.
When they saw him they ran to him and helped him carry the deer back to the plane wreckage and asked him how he killed it.
He said "I find tracks... I follow tracks... I kill deer."
So the next morning the second guy set out.
He too came back at noon.
When they saw him they ran to him and helped him carry the buffalo he had killed back to the plane wreckage and asked him how he had killed it.
He said "I find tracks... I follow tracks... I kill buffalo."
The next morning the third guy went out.
The other two were watching and watching for him.
When it was almost sundown and he still hadn't returned they started getting worried.
Then they saw a person stumbling towards them he looked awful, really bad cuts and a broken arm.
They went and helped him to the fire they had made and asked him what had happened.
He said "I find tracks... I follow tracks... and I got hit by a train."
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