Australia Andy's Secret Hideout


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Australia

Preschool adventure series. Join Andy and the amazing Aussie odd-balls.


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# At the end of the day when the adventure is done

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# There's time to learn and it's tons of fun

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# Come and join me, there's cool stuff to do

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# I've got a window to the world and some funny friends too

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# Andy's Secret Hideout

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# It's a magical place with so much to see

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# Andy's Secret Hideout

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# Come and hide out with me. #

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G'day.

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You'll never guess where I've just been.

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Oh, sorry. Welcome to my secret hideout.

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Shall I tell you where I've been?

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Well... Oh! HONK!

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Ow! What's this?

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Ah-ha-ha!

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It's a boomerang.

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This is a clue as to where I've been.

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Any ideas?

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Australia! That's right!

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Australia is such a beautiful and strange place.

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Because all the animals have been stranded on the island

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for millions of years, they've become quite different to anything

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else in the world. Ow! CRASH!

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Ooh...

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I forgot that boomerangs come back to you when you throw them.

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Right, I must remember not to throw this again.

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Hey, what's that? WHOOSH!

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It's a sugar glider.

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Now, these beautiful creatures are often found in trees.

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And they have a rather clever trick up their big baggy sleeves.

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To get between the trees without having to climb down again,

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they jump out into the air and spread their legs to reveal

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big flaps of skin that act like wings.

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They can glide on the wind for over 50m -

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that's around half the length of a football pitch -

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which means they can avoid any animals on the ground

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trying to eat them.

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And it also means they can jump very quickly from tree to tree,

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or from bed to me.

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Come on.

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BOING! Oop! There we go.

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Come on.

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You can have a play in the hideout.

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They're not the only Aussie oddballs.

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Just look at kangaroos.

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Australia is such a big hot place,

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they need to be able to get around quickly

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without using too much energy.

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So, they hop.

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BOING! BOING! BOING!

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Oh, strewth, this sand is hot.

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Ooh! Ow! Eek! Ooh!

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Aren't they amazing?

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WHOOSH WHOOSH WHOOSH Ow!

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CRASH! Oooooh!

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Kangaroos and sugar gliders are mammals, just like you and me.

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But the females have pouches where they keep their babies,

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so they are put into a group called marsupials.

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When I was in Australia, I used my gizmo to shrink myself down

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and I jumped in one, too.

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Whoa! Kip's right!

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This really is bouncier than a bouncy castle,

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but just as fun!

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Do you want to be like a marsupial, too?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yay!

-It's really easy.

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All you need is a bedsheet or a towel, or even a blanket.

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Great.

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Now, you might need a grown-up to help you do this.

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First of all, spread the sheet out like this

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and put it in front of you.

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And we're going to fold it over...

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like so.

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Pick your sheet up and put it behind you.

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This is the part you might need a grown-up to help you with,

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but try and do it on your own.

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Bring the two ends in together, screw them both up and make a knot.

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Then turn it around and all you need is a toy.

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I've got Roo and her baby here.

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There we go.

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One marsupial pouch.

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BOING! BOING! BOING!

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I think that's enough being a marsupial for one day.

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Right then, Roo.

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You and your baby can go play.

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It's tough work being a marsupial.

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Better watch out, Andy.

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WHOOSH! HE GASPS

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Ha! Can't get me this time.

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CRASH!

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Dear, oh, dear.

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Check this out.

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BOING! WHOOSH!

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-I'm going home for my dinner.

-Oh, he's off.

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But I think it's time for me to get to bed now, too.

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I'll see you next time for another adventure in my secret hideout.

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WHOOSH WHOOSH WHOOSH

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# Andy's Secret Hideout

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# It's a magical place with so much to see

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# Andy's Secret Hideout

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# Come and hide out with me. #

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Join Andy and the amazing Aussie odd-balls!

Welcome to Andy's Secret Hideout - the world's wildest home! It's where Andy returns after a day of adventures, but there's more fun to be had before bedtime! With exciting animal guests, some mysterious magical objects and a chance for you to play along with him - sometimes the best adventures are closest to home!