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THE MYSTERY OF
THE ELEPHANTS' GRAVEYARD ~ 1932.09.04
As Tarzan entered
the elephants' graveyard he saw a beast of incredible size bending over
the prostrate form of Erich von Harben. The explorer lay as if dead. The
air was filled with great flying reptiles. One of them, hissing loudly,
swept close to the ape-man. As Tarzan gazed in wonder at these strange
creatures the monster turned its neck and Tarzan found himself looking
into great reptilian eyes. Then, the great creature turned and lumbered
off. Tarzan hastened to the side of the young explorer.
"Did you see it too or am I mad?" cried Erich without wasting a word
"What was it?" Tarzan asked.
"A dinosaur! The largest of them all! The Gigantosaurus!" cried Erich.
"I pretended to be asleep. . . come! We'll follow it." "Here's its
cave!" von Harben announced as he led the way to a great cavern. "If you
hadn't come, I would not have entered. No man but you would dare to enter
that cavern alone."
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