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young Erich von Harben, the explorer, was off on another expedition. With
him he had Tarzan's monkey, Nkima. The blacks from the safari returned
in panic, telling of blood-chilling danger in a forbidden place. But another
moon had risen before Nkima returned. . . alone.
Tied to the monkey, Muviro found a piece of shirt upon which von Harben
had written in blood his desperate plea for help. Upon learning the contents
of the note, Tarzan set forth at once to seek his friend in unknown danger
at the elephant's graveyard. A long march brought him in sight of the great
At the river side, Tarzan greeted his old friend, Duro the hippopotamus
and was ferried across. Then he began the almost perpendicular ascent of
the towering cliff. As he reached for the summit, a stone gave way beneath
his foot. Nkima shrieked in terror and leaped from his shoulder. Then Tarzan
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