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Harpy: I think so. In your people terms, I am about one meter tall, which is over three feet high. RAZ Interviewer: It looks like you have some big wings as well. Harpy: Oh, these things? I was born with these. If I stretch them out like this, they are longer than most people. You see? My wingspan is two meters across—about six and a half feet. Flying fast really helps me find food. RAZ Interviewer: What is your favorite food? Harpy: Oh, I like pizza delivered to my door. Just kidding—there’s no pizza here in the rainforest!
They were also narrow and sleek. This made them fast and easy to steer. They were powered by a large square sail when in the open sea. When near the shore or going up rivers, they were powered by oars. The longboats were shallow and could land almost anywhere. This made it easy for Viking pirates to sneak up on ships and villages and quickly attack. Longboats were also unique for their design. The front and back of the longboat curved upward to a point. It was difficult to tell the front from the back.
Com PIRATE SHIPS AND FLAGS Written by Robert Charles Illustrated by Paula Schricker Pirate Ships and Flags Level U Leveled Reader © 2002 ProQuest Information and Learning Company Written by Robert Charles Illustrated by Paula Schricker All rights reserved. 23 Pirates were robbers. They did their dirty deeds at sea. They attacked ships carrying treasure. They even went ashore to attack villages. They took gold, silver, and jewels. They also took fine fabrics, spices, grain, coffee, and tea. The success of a pirate attack often depended on the ship they used.