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THE APE-MAN AND THE DINOSAUR ~ 1932.10.09 ~ #83
When Von Harben came to the surface after diving from the back of the Gigantosaurus he looked around in vain for Tarzan. Von Harben reached for his pistol as the Gigantosaurus was upon him. But the pistol was wet and would not fire. The young German was defenseless. Tarzan meanwhile had swum under the slimy water until he felt the safety of land. Then instinctively he made for the trees. Looking down he saw with horror the great gaping mouth of the monster opening as if to devour young von Harben.

Then, knife in hand, Tarzan leaped. As he landed on the neck of the great monster he was plunged under water. And the next moment he was catapulted high into the air. Guided by his unerring ape-instinct, he grasped the branch of a high tree. At that moment, the monster rose to his full height and reached out.

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