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|Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera|
|Kakkara Jātaka：The story of a wise bird who，seeing a farmer trying to catch him，avoided him till the farmer was quite exasperated．In the end the farmer camouflaged himself like a tree，but the bird laughed in his face．
The story was related in reference to a monk，a fellow-celibate ofSāriputta．This monk was very careful about his body，and earned the reputation of a dandy．The bird is identified with the monk （J．ii．161f）．
This story bears some resemblance to the second Sakuntaka Jātaka in the Mahāvastu，particularly to the latter part of it．v．l．Kukkura．