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Edge of Adventure by James Allen and Brice Vorderbrug for December 03, 2018

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    Chithing Premium Member 4 months ago

    I was really hoping for the weird dinosaur thing from the first couple of strips. Oh well.

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    Patrick McAtee  4 months ago

    “Night was well entrenched”, how long did it take to cross that village?

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    J Short Premium Member 4 months ago

    I think I would be traveling with, at the very least, a pistol in my hand. I once read a book by a professional hunter, who would be hired by villages in India to kill tigers and leopards that were killing villagers. As I remember, he seemed to indicate the leopards were the most aggressive and dangerous.

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    J Short Premium Member 4 months ago

    Video of one coming out the roof of a house. The title says attacking villagers; more likely the leopard is trying not to get caught. But you can see how scary they can be. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4h9_91YmZA

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    Unca Scrooge  4 months ago

    Hey, that could be anybody’s hand,

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    ZTH  3 months ago

    Take my hand I’m a stranger in paradise….

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    daddyhc  3 months ago

    So I have a strong interest in world geography, but not so much in western Africa. My Sunday newspaper (yes, I read the newspaper too) has a geography quiz and this week focused on western Africa.I got the question on Lake Chad right thanks to James and this strip.

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    MCProfessor  3 months ago

    I have read that it is usually older prideless male lions who resort to hunting humans.

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    ZTH  3 months ago

    “Until they come to get me, I’ll hold your hand in mine” – Tom Lehrer

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