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Tarzan 2-in-1 (Tarzan and the Golden Lion & Tarzan and the Ant Men)…

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

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Sabor, the lioness, suckled her young—a single fuzzy ball, spotted like Sheeta, the leopard.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345413482, Mass Market Paperback)

TARZAN AND THE GOLDEN LION
Betrayed, drugged into oblivion, and captured--thus came Tarzan to be a prisoner in the deepest dungeon of Opar, lost Atlantis city of gold. But even as the flames of treason engulfed La, Queen of Opar, she sacrificed all to rescue him. Followed by Tarzan's fierce golden lion, Jad-bal-ja, they escaped into the deadly Valley of the Palace of Diamonds, where cruel bejeweled gorillas hungered to destroy Queen La and Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle.

TARZAN AND THE ANT MEN
When his plane crashed deep inside the impassable Great Thorn Forest, Tarzan became the first man to set foot in the dark wilderness tainted with fearsome tales of ferocious female giants and armies of minuscule warriors. Ahead lay countless perils as Tarzan strove to outwit the ruthless she-brutes and strange ant men who doomed him forever to slavery. Against these invincible odds, it would take all Tarzan's power, savagery, and jungle cunning to carve his way to freedom.

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