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TARZAN AND THE PANTHER ~ 1932.12.18
ape instinct aroused him as the panther was about to leap. But the attack
was too sudden for the ape-man to escape the panther's claws. Downward
they plunged to a lower branch and the panther leaped after him. As the
great cat reached for a foothold Tarzan swung on the branch and swerved
it out of the panther's reach. And the beast fell to the ground amid a
group of the Egyptian soldiers who were hunting the ape-man.
Tarzan drew the bow that he had taken from the Egyptian soldier. And
the arrow found its mark. But as he shot, the Egyptians drew their bows.
Tarzan stood at last as an open target. And then the mighty Tarzan fell
pierced by the Egyptian arrows and lay as if dead with the beast he had
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