时间：2020 01-24 作者：ctfcgnj 浏览量：81186
'Well, they're not that difficult ter find, ter be honest, said Hagrid. 'Pretty big, see.'
'And you just walked up to him?' said Hermione breathlessly.
He dived . . .
'But you've just said there was no way you could go back!'
'It's s'posed ter look like that, it's dragon meat,' Hagrid said. 'An' I didn' get it ter eat.'
'Not yet,' she breathed in his ear. 'She might not be gone yet.'
'You went to speak to him?' asked Ron incredulously. 'After you'd watched him rip off another giant's head?'
'A branch of - ?'
'She's goin' back ter the castle,' he said in a low voice. 'Blimey . . . inspectin' people, is she?'
Harry stared miserably at the dark window. Snow was falling. The Snitch he had caught earlier was now zooming around and around the common room; people were watching its progress as though hypnotised and Crookshanks was leaping from chair to chair, trying to catch it.
'Well, like I say, they're not meant ter live together, giants,' said Hagrid sadly. 'Not in big groups like that. They can' help themselves, they half kill each other every few weeks. The men fight each other an' the women fight each other; the remnants of the old tribes fight each other, an' that's even without squabbles over food an' the best fires an' sleepin' spots. Yeh'd think, seein' as how their whole race is abou' finished, they'd lay off each other, bu' . . .'