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By Nancy White

Черные Мамбы , красочные фотографии и факты о среде обитания , физических особенностях и поведению этой змеи.Packed with attention-grabbing evidence and big, colourful photographs, Black Mambas: unexpected loss of life! introduces emergent readers to the typical habitat, actual features, vitamin, and behaviour of this lethal serpent.

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Hopefully we would have the answer to that and other questions soon. Zur wanted a specimen to dissect, and we were here to get one for him. The Leaper moved toward us again. It was definitely coming to the river and would pass through our ambush. I ignored it and began scanning the meadow behind it. There was no sign of other Leapers about. I beamed a warning to the waiting ambushers. " Although there was no betraying movement, I knew the teammates were readying themselves. Prolonged stillness tends to lock and cramp the joints.

There were three of them, apparently alerted by the death shrieks of the ambushed Leaper. The first warning we had of their presence was when they dropped from the treetops some seventy-five meters distant in the tree line. They approached us in a slow, heavy drone not more than a dozen feet off the ground. Caught in the open, Ahk, Zur, and Kor had no hope of escaping detection. With cold calculation they shifted weapons in preparation for battle. I was uncertain if I had been detected in my lofty perch.

Our victim was a loner. We had gambled and won. As a prize, we had a specimen for dissection. Then we saw the Wasps. CHAPTER SIX When we made our initial strafing run on the Wasps, our targets were the queens and the nests. The battle plan had not included eliminating the workers. As it was our-first attack of the Bug Wars, High Command had deemed such an action a pointless risk of Warriors and equipment. Without eggs hatching or new eggs being laid, there would be no replenishment of the worker population as the existing workers reached the end of their life span.

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