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THE APES OF TARZAN'S
TRIBE ~ 1932.08.14
As Tarzan fell
from the cliff, his ape instinct made him reach for a protruding branch.
He grasped a sturdy little scrub tree. He swung himself to safety, but
in doing so he wrenched one arm. . . and he saw it was useless for climbing.
When the frightened Nkima scrambled to him down the cliff, the ape-man
gave directions. Going over the great cliff and down into the luxuriant
valley, Nkima found the great apes of Tarzan's tribe.
After listening to Nkima tell of Tarzan's plan the apes went to the
great cliff. One of them clambered down to him. The others took their posts
in the crevices in the rock. Then the first ape lifted Tarzan and passed
him on up to another. And so he was carried up until he was safe
on the summit. . . back once more with his own tribe. http://www.erbzine.com/mag8/0807.html
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