The cries grew louder. Donja and Amanda soon spotted a small lizard-like dinosaur coming toward them. It was no taller than their knees, but it sure was loud. It was a rather silly looking dinosaur. It had large green eyes, a bump in the middle of its forehead, two noses, wide floppy ears and long thin tail. Bronto returned near the cave entrance to see what all the fuss was about. The lizard-like dinosaur stopped near the entrance of the cave, but kept screeching like a pig squealing in the mud.
Amanda and Donja did not know how to talk to Screecher (that’s what they named it). It just kept walking in a circle and screeching. Then Donja noticed a limp in its walk. She moved slowly toward Screecher, stopping for a few minutes after each step so as not to scare the little dinosaur away. Amanda looked on as Donja stopped right in front of Screecher. The dinosaur seemed calmed by Donja’s presence and gradually stopped its chatter. Donja sat on the ground and was now eyeball-to-eyeball with Screecher. It stared at Donja for a moment; then, as if satisfied that she was no threat, lifted its right leg. Now Donja knew why Screecher was screeching for in its foot lodged deeply was a splintered bone from another animal
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