Once, the scorpion asked the turtle to take him out of the river. The tortoise refused, but the scorpion persuaded him. Turtle said, "Well, I'll help you." But you promise not to bite me." The scorpion gave its mouth and the turtle floated away with the scorpion on its back. The scorpion, which had not moved all the way, bit the turtle when it came ashore. "Why are you not ashamed? "You promised me," shouted the turtle. -"So what? Knowing my behavior, why did you agree to give me the river", said the scorpion coldly, and the turtle replied, "I try to help everyone, it's my nature." Scorpion, -“Your nature is to help, but mine is to bite. So, I did what I always do.'' The offended turtle said in vain, "Don't be offended, don't be offended, complaints are cursed" and cried out, blaming himself.