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  • She joined Kirk at the port, and he got his first full view of the triteera as it turned gracefully away from them.

    DEEP DOMAIN

  • This is the season for the Galeaya to hunt triteera themselves.

    DEEP DOMAIN

  • With surgical precision, Chekov piloted the shuttle down, decelerating and skimming the waves, incidentally giving a closer view of the triteera continuing with their voyage and their dining.

    DEEP DOMAIN

  • Mr. Chekov, do not get any closer to the triteera.

    DEEP DOMAIN

  • Spock closed his eyes and sent a pulse of mental energy out toward the Wwafida and the triteera.

    DEEP DOMAIN

  • Even at an altitude of two miles, they could make out the jagged backs of thousands of triteera, gleaming as they plunged through the waves in an endless procession.

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  • All the triteera have to do is swim with their beaks open, and they gorge themselves.

    DEEP DOMAIN

  • They were about forty kilometers off the southeast tip of Suberein, perhaps a kilometer or less from the fringe of the triteera herd.

    DEEP DOMAIN

  • As the Cousteau broke through, water pouring off its nose and sides, the triteera came up about fifty meters away, exhaling a plume of steamy breath that swirled in the breeze.

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  • The two Starfleet officers stood before one panoramic painting that included triteera, Wwafida, and an ancient longboat, taking it all in like admiring gallery patrons.

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