Q3 (the snake and the mirror)

Dear Student,
The answer is:

"Birds of the same feathers flock together" is a popular proverb which means that people of same thoughts, habits and behaviors, happen to find and meet each other by some or the other ways.

The encounter between the snake and the doctor supports the same because both of them had a tendency of self-appreciation. The doctor would always think of himself, look into the mirror and praise his own physical appearance. Similarly, the snake that coiled on the doctor's arm, when looked at its mirror image, was lost in the sight. It seemed like the snake liked its own beauty that it looked closer into the mirror and uncoiled itself from the doctor's arms. 

Hope this clears your doubts regarding this topic.

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