The Drained Sea
The First Cavalry of the Cretaceous and their accompanying foot soldiers made good time across the wide flats of the former sea bottom, pausing at the usual rest stops to water the horses, then pressing quickly on. Occasionally they saw the large, reptile-like beasts of the present age roaming in the distance, but none came their way; even the most voracious of dragons would pause at a show of force such as they presented. By . . .
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