by Bascom Jones
Publisher: Galaxy Science Fiction 1955
Number of pages: 18
Our civilization predates that of Earth's by millions of years. We are an advanced, peaceful race. Yet, since Earth's first rocket landed here thirteen years ago, we have been looked upon as freaks and contemptuously called 'bug-men' behind our backs! This is our planet.
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