In the Time of Dinosaurs (Animorphs: Megamorphs, Book 2)
K. A. Applegate
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We could blame everything that happened on Marco. He was the one who heard about the downed submarine. He was the one who thought we should check it out. And everyone knows that if Marco's up to a challenge, I'm definitely there.
Everything was going fine. Until the explosion. An explosion that blows us millions of years back in time. Back to the age of dinosaurs. Now Tobias, Cassie, Marco, Ax, Jake and I are fighting for our lives with every step we take. But that's not our biggest problem. Our biggest problem is we have no idea how to get back to our own time . . .
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was still in shallow water so I could see the sand and gravel and shells being tugged to and fro by the water. Humans may prefer shallow water, but it makes dolphins uneasy. So I kicked my powerful tail and headed away from shore. Think about the happiest day you've ever had in your life. Think of how you feel on a sunny day, with no school and no chores, your allowance fresh in your pocket and some really fun thing awaiting you. That's exactly what it feels like to be a dolphin. Then, to all
pack leader. The two Deinonychus stood bristling, face-to-face. A challenge! That was it. The new Deinonychus had ignored the leader. He'd attacked on his own. And that was an attack on the leader's dominance. The leader hissed. It was a low, sinister sound. He stuck his tail straight back. The challenger raised his clawed hands, ready for battle. And it was only then that I spotted the twisted pieces of fabric around the challenger's arm. Fabric torn from my own leotard and wrapped around
no trash. No old soda cans. No candy wrappers. Nothing. I mean, nothing." "So, what happened?" Marco asked. "That explosion blew us halfway around the planet to some desert island somewhere in the middle of nowhere?" I shrugged. Most of my brain was still focused on Rachel and Tobias. I wasn't tracking. And yet I felt a nagging sense of urgency. A little voice telling me to get it together. A little warning voice telling me we were not safe. I turned around. "Ax! What are you doing?" He was
his mouth and sipped. "I guess we can always get a bunch of shots for whatever disease is in the water," I said. I dropped beside him and tasted the water. The humidity hadn't seemed so bad down by the ocean. But now it was dehydrating me. I was massively thirsty. "It's probably okay," I said. "Usually running water -" FWOOOSH! A huge head exploded from the water. SNAP! A jaw six feet long slammed shut with a sound like steel on steel. The jaw snapped shut so close to my face that it grazed