Aepyornis Island

Aepyornis Island (1894)

H. G. Wells

The Aepyornis was a 10-foot tall flightless bird that roamed the island of Madagascar and became extinct in the 17th century. In this enjoyable adventure, a fossil collector finds himself stranded on a deserted atoll with an unfriendly representative of the species.

Reviewed by: Nat Hocken

Rating: 5

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