The question I had to decide was, whether or not I should try to call her up. If I called and she heard me, and came while it was still daylight and gave me a chance to shoot her, all would be well; on the other hand, if she came and did not give me a shot, some of us would not reach the camp, for we had nearly tow miles to go and the path the whole way ran through heavy jungle, and was bordered in some places by big rocks, and in others by dense bushes. It was useless to consult the men, for none of them had ever been in jungle before coming on this trip, so the decision would have to be mine.
The pronoun ‘she’ in the passage refers to:
A A criminal in hiding
B A wild animal
C The leader for a robber-gang
D An ogress