By Malcolm T Sanford
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I started to back away, but as soon as I moved it came on with a rush. I went off with a rush, too, yelling for Biggles. Fortunately, Biggles and Algy weren't far away. They heard me yell, and came at the double' to see what was going on. As long as I live I shan't forget Algy's face when he saw that crab. Biggles shouted to him to fetch the emergency axe from the machine, and presently he came back with it and the rifle which we always carried. Biggles took the axe. He was only just in time, too, for the brute was close behind me.
That was what Donald decided to find out. Landing at the island was a tricky business. There was no question of landing on the island ; it was much too dangerous. Even the sandy area near the sea was hopeless because it was pitted with the burrows which penguins call their nests, and dotted with other big seabirds. We had to be careful of birds on the wing, too; the air was thick with them. Some of them were pretty hefty birds, and an aircraft colliding with one of them would come off badly. There was an ugly swell running, even in the alleged harbour, but as this rarely stops, even in fair weather, we had to risk landing on it.
They had germinated within a few hours of touching the ground, and were now growing at lightning speed. In a few more minutes they would be all over the aircraft, anchoring it to the ground. There would be no runway to take off. I let out a yell that brought the others to their feet with a rush. It was now fairly light, and it was possible to see that the desert in the region of the aircraft was a desert no longer. You couldn't see the ground for this purple weed. It was everywhere. Following Biggles's example, we all fell on the stuff in a sort of fury, dragging it out of the ground by the roots, and tearing it off the machine with our hands, but we might as well have tried to stop a tide.
4H - Beekeeping Basic Manual by Malcolm T Sanford