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the wild hissing sound filled the swampy forest, Von Harben shrieked in
terror, then he fled panic-stricken. Tarzan clinging to the neck of the
Gigantosaurus, turned and saw a monster much smaller but more terrible
of aspect. It was Tyrannosaurus Rex, most frightful of prehistoric beasts.
For a moment, the two monsters confronted each other. Then, as the tyrant
king of the world that was sprang to the attack. . . Tarzan put his
knife between his teeth, loosed his hold upon the neck of the Gigantosaurus.
. . and dove into the shallow waters of the swamp.
While the fighting monsters lashed the slimy water into foaming
sea, Tarzan looked about for Von Harben. Presently he saw him lying as
if dead at the cavernous entrance to the swamp. The ape-man hastened to
his friend and found him still alive, but in a faint. Tyrannosaurus Ex
quickly disposed of the great Gigantosaurus. Now he plunges on toward Tarzan
and Von Harben. They do not see him coming. . . can they escape?
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