The Atlantis World

Chapter 19


From the treetop, Dorian heard the shots ring out, but it took him several seconds to find their source: David and an African woman-almost perfectly camouflaged-at the opposite tree line, across the plain, lying flat.

David began belly crawling back from the tree line, just enough to hide their position, but still in sight of the large animals thrashing in the mud, crying out in agony from the bullet wounds.

When David had seen the large animals at the river sink into the mud at sunset, he had formed his theory: the exadons hunted at night, principally via infrared, seeking heat and motion.

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