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KABANGO ~ 1933.12.24
fled with Nikotris helpless in the grip of his giant strength. The boy
Hotep followed, screaming his protest. But suddenly Kamur halted in his
tracks. A giant bull-ape and his she stood in the path. The bull advanced
"I am Kabango! I kill! he roared.
The giant Kamur fearlessly met the challenge and advanced
to battle. The strength of Kamur was the strength of many men but the fangs
and hands of the great ape, tearing, striking, rending, eventually turned
the tide of battle. A cry of victory was welling in the ape's throat. When
she saw the prince being overcome Nikotris made a frenzied effort to save
him. Kabango turned in rage upon Nikotris. As he seized her, she uttered
the wild shriek that Tarzan heard at his jungle hut. Whirling through the
trees the ape-man came. From above he hurled himself down on the ape's
back and locked him in a death grip. But as Tarzan struggled with the bull,
the she-ape made off in the trees with Hotep. The boy was too paralyzed
with fear to call for help.
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