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  • You see, "Varian rushed on in a spate of confession," that was the day a fang-face savagely attacked a herbivore.

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  • "Would this be fang-face?" asked Kai as the tapes he and Gaber had made that afternoon began to appear on the viewing screen.

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  • The predators, like fang-face, hunted singly: only one pair had been discovered and they had been involved in a ferocious battle, which had deteriorated, in Paskutti's words, into a mating.

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  • Between the plateau they were heading for, with its coarse ground cover, not quite grass and not really shrub or thicket, was a wide band of rain forest through which Mabel's ilk passed, and where a fang-face was liable to lurk.

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  • The problem was the smaller screens weren't powerful enough to stop a determined attempt by fang-face if he were hungry, or scared, and that was what she had to allow for: the appetite of such predators as fang-face.

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  • Even those herbivores like Mabel, useless as they are, could be dangerous stampeding from a fang-face.

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  • Bonnard and I saw another wounded beast, a fang-face, Tyrannosaurus rex, with a tree-size spear stuck in his ribs.

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  • Varian tried to recall if she'd ever seen a fang-face or one of the herbivores squint or close their eyes completely during sunshine.

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  • The heavy jawed head of a fang-face snarled up at them.

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  • They took their rest day in fun and games with herbivores and a fang-face.

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