Monday, April 5, 2021


"The most common grass-easter was a swift-running reptile slightly larger than an ostrich. Save for its long, tapering tail and a pair of forelegs that dangled above the ground, the long-legged creatures closely resembled the huge, flightless birds that raced across other parts of Nyumbani. Imbona was the Naglopa name for the runners."
Charles R. Saunders, Imaro IV

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