After a quick breakfast, they once again started off through the forest. The march seemed little different than that of the day before until they came to the shore of a river. Even though it was only about one hundred feet wide, the water was too deep to wade through even had it been safe to do so. But it wasn’t. Not only did huge crocodiles lie sunbathing along the banks with their massive jaws open, but the dinner table sized heads of salamander-like amphibians bobbed through the current. The party followed the shoreline along a southeasterly path. As evening approached, they moved further away from the river to make camp.
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