Digilitis Sapien - Chapter Two by Rajeev Bhargava - Children's Stories Net

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Digilitis Sapien - Chapter Two
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Find out what happens in Chapter Two dear readers, when a large reptilian bird swoops down at Digilitis Sapien. What will he do when there is nowhere to run?

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As the reptilian bird swooped down at the caveman he retained his posture and appeared to go into a trance, closing his eyes tightly.
But in fact he was actually conjuring a 'Power-Spell' which enabled his mind to interact with that of the bird, as if to say, "I mean you no harm."
Then, within moments, the reptilian bird glided right past him, so closely that it brushed its wing against him, flying in the opposite direction, back to its nest.
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The caveman slowly opened his eyes and sighed in relief, after which he continued along the rocky trail.
Just a few yards ahead, he could make out a cave.
There seemed to be shuffling sounds coming from inside, he grew curious and walked right up to it.
Despite it being pitch-black inside, he noticed two large bright eyes staring at him.
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Just then there was a thunderous roar and out charged a giant Styracosaurus, straight towards him.
"Ugh! Ugh!"
He cried out at the top of his voice and ran in panic.
In fact he was so petrified that he kept turning his head round to see where his pursuer was.
He knew that he could never outrun it and was just running to save his life.
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Then there came another roar, even louder; coming from in front of him.
It was a very large Tyrannosaurus Rex, camouflaged in light blue and black stripes.
The caveman found himself sandwiched between the two dinosaurs and noticed they were now sizing each other up.
So he had a chance to escape, which he did, back to the safety of his cave.
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No sooner had he arrived when he heard loud high-pitched screams.
Someone was in trouble!
He shuffled to his feet and ran to the swamp nearby.
To his shock he saw a cavewoman trapped in quicksand, struggling to free herself. Fortunately there was a large tree with long branches directly behind her.
The caveman leaned forwards and carefully bent the branch close enough for her to reach.
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But when she had hold of the branch there was a menacing hiss.
From behind the tree emerged a large purple snake-lady with flowing green hair and staring green eyes.
She was holding a large juicy red apple tightly in her left hand talons.
As she slivered right up him he sensed that she had lured the cavewoman into her trap and he had interfered.
He backed away slowly, but she continued to come closer and closer.
Then a bright swirling light emerged from her eyes, overpowering him.
The caveman fell to the ground as she began to hypnotise him...
"Ugh! Ugh!!"

What will happen next dear readers?
Find out next time in Chapter Three of Digilitis Sapien.

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