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In "Mowgli's Brothers," why does Shere Khan insist that Mowgli be given to him? A. Mowgli's family has done much harm to the family of Shere Khan. B. He thinks he can take better care of Mowgli than the wolves. C. He views Mowgli as his prey. D. He believes in following the Law of the Jungle.

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