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INTO A PRIMEVAL SWAMP ~ 1932.10.02
Gigantosaurus turned its head from Tarzan and Von Harben as they stood
on their perilous perch in the subterranean grotto and made off into another
dark cavern. Tarzan and Von Harben followed, clinging to the perilous footing
at the side of the stream that ran through the cave. Then the edge of the
rock that supported them ended. Tarzan went on in the water and signaled
Von Harben to follow. Shoulder deep under water they followed the caverned
stream. Presently they found themselves in a swampy forest.
A strange barren little island jutted up from the green slime. Tarzan
and Von Harben clambered up the side. Suddenly the island began to rise
and Von Harben would have fallen had not Tarzan grasped him in time. Then
as the great neck rose from the body, they realized they had been standing
on the back of the Gigantosaurus. As it reached out for them. . .
instinctively they dove into the water.
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