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Camptosaurus and Call

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# I'm Andy and I work here at the National Museum

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# We've got dinosaurs and Ice Age beasts - you should see them!

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# Jenny's my assistant Mrs Pickles runs the show

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# Come on my adventures Ready, steady, go

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# One, two, three, four!

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# Andy's Prehistoric Adventures

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# Hey, join the crew

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# Travel back in time and discover something new

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# Yeah, you can come, too!

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# We'll see woolly mammoths dinosaurs, cavemen and more

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# When I jump into the old museum prop to explore

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# Take me off to prehistoric times I say

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-# Hold on tight, shut your eyes

-And then we fly away

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# One, two, three, four!

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# Andy's Prehistoric Adventures

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# Hey, join the crew!

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# Travel back in time and discover something new

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# Yeah, you can come, too!

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# Andy's Prehistoric Adventures

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# Andy's Prehistoric Adventures! #

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OWL HOOTS

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HE WHISTLES

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DOOR LOCKS

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Hi, I'm Andy and I run the Prehistory Gallery

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here at the National Museum. I'm very excited cos tomorrow morning

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we're opening a brand-new exhibit about two very special dinosaurs.

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Just about to bring in the final piece now.

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I wonder how Jen's getting on.

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Jen? Jen?

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-Oh, hello, Andy.

-Oh, what you doing being there?

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-I'm playing hide and seek.

-Right.

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-Who with?

-I don't know, I haven't found them yet.

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Wow! What's that?

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-It looks like a giant toothpick.

-This is a thagomizer -

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a bony spike that belonged to the tail of a Stegosaurus,

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a huge plant-eating dinosaur that lived around 150 million years ago.

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It was used - Whoom! - to protect itself from predators.

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I better put this on the tail. I don't want to break it.

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There we go. Perfect.

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Right, how are you getting on with your display?

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I've loaded all the data you gave me onto my computer

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-and came up with this.

-BEEPING

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Whoa!

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It's a Camptosaurus,

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another large plant-eating dinosaur that lived alongside Stegosaurus.

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And this is how I think they might have sounded.

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CAMPTOSAURUS CALLS

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I made it by mixing lots of different animal sounds together.

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-Jen, that is good!

-Yay!

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ANDY SNIFFS

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Is that what you think Camptosaurus might have smelled like?

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-SHE SNIFFS

-Um, no, that's my chicken soup.

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Oh, right. Scientists have uncovered lots of Camptosaurus footprints

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right beside Stegosaurus footprints.

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That's how we know they lived alongside each other.

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-I'm just not sure why.

-Perhaps they were just friends.

-Perhaps.

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Maybe Mrs Pickles knows.

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I can't wait to show her the display tomorrow. And the thagomizer.

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Ooh!

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VARIOUS ANIMAL NOISES

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What on Earth is that racket?

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-SHE SNIFFS

-You two got a chicken in here?

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HE LAUGHS NERVOUSLY

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Oh, no, Mrs Pickles, we're just finishing off the exhibit.

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Oh, splendid. I'm coming to see it first thing in the morning.

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-We'll make sure it's ready.

-Excellent.

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Carry on!

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Oh, no, my Camptosaurus call has gone all wrong.

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What are we going to do?

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-Can you make a new one?

-Not by tomorrow morning.

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There isn't enough time.

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CLOCK CHIMES IN DISTANCE

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SCREECHING

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I'll make time.

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I know exactly where I can get a Camptosaurus call.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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But, Andy, how will you...?

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Waistcoat. Gizmo. Hat.

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Backpack.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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To the time of Camptosaurus!

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WHOOSHING

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Ohhh!

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Oh!

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HE LAUGHS

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Ahhh!

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Whoo-hoo!

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I've made it!

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I've travelled back in time 150 million years,

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to the time of Camptosaurus.

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GROWLING

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What was that?

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Doesn't sound like a Camptosaurus call.

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Whoa!

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It's an Allosaurus!

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LOW GROWLING

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They had large, serrated teeth.

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They were the top predators of their time.

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And this one's pretty hungry.

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HE EXHALES That was a close one.

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It's hard to see anything sneaking up on you

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with all these rocks around.

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BEEPING

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Wait - they're not rocks, they're termite mounds!

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Giant pillars of earth built by tiny insects.

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If I climb one, I might be able to spot a Camptosaurus.

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HE GROANS

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Ah...

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Ah! That's better.

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GASPS: Hang on.

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It looks like the right shape.

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Wha...? Wait a second.

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HE GASPS

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That's a Pterosaur!

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And he's heading this way!

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That gives me an idea.

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Whoa! Oof!

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Whoo-hoo!

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Yeah! Whoa!

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I can see for miles up here.

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Look! A whole herd of Stegosaurus.

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I'd recognise those giant backplates anywhere.

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Head over there, Pterosaur.

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There are Camptosaurus down there, too.

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So they do live alongside each other!

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Next stop, please!

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Thanks for the lift! PTEROSAUR SQUAWKS

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Now, all I need to do is wait for a Camptosaurus to call out

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and I can record it on my gizmo.

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STEGOSAUR GRUNTS

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Whoa!

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Ho-ho! Careful!

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I wouldn't want to get hit with that spiky thagomizer.

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I wonder which one will call first.

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Hm, maybe not this one. He's too busy eating.

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Oh...he's up. He's seen something.

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ANDY GASPS

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Oh, no. It's that Allosaurus!

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And he still looks hungry.

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Quick, warn the herd!

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CAMPTOSAURUS WAILS Yes!

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He's giving an alarm to the rest of the herd. I need to record this.

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Come on!

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CAMPTOSAURUS WAILS

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Whoa!

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HE GASPS

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The Allosaurus has chased all the Camptosaurus away.

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It's a good thing I got my recording when I did.

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I'm going to head back to the clock.

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GROWLING Oh, no.

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He's coming back.

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And the Stegosaurus, he's not quick enough to run away from him.

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And neither am I.

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ALLOSAURUS GROWLS

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Now that they've been warned, the Stegosaurus are getting ready

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to protect themselves with their spiky thagomizers.

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Ooh! Go on, Stegosaurus!

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ALLOSAURUS GROANS Ooh! I bet that hurt!

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That's it, Allosaurus, off you go.

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Oh, maybe that's why Camptosaurus

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and Stegosaurus used to live together -

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Camptosaurus would act as a lookout and Stegosaurus would provide

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protection against the predators.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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The clock!

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Mrs Pickles will be arriving back at the museum any moment now.

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Right, time to head back. See you later.

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Oh, no!

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That hungry Allosaurus is still hanging around.

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He's right in between me and the clock.

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How am I going to get past him?

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My backpack - it's always full of useful things.

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Right, what have we got in here?

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Earmuffs?

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Compass? How's this going to help me? I already know where I'm going.

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A dressing gown? What's that doing in here?

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Hang on.

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That gives me an idea.

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GROWLING

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Shhh! Oh!

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Shhh! It's me, Andy! I'm pretending to be a termite mound.

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GROWLING

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This is just like Jen's game of hide and seek.

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Only, if I lose, I become dinner.

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ROARING

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GROWLING

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Yes! It worked, he's gone.

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Time to head back!

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BIRDS CHIRP

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CLOCK CHIMES

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Oof! Oh...

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Quick! Mrs Pickles!

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-Good morning, Mrs Pickles.

-Morning, Jen.

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I'm very excited about the new exhibit.

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Would that be the Stegosaurs part or the Camptosaurus part?

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-All of it, Jen. All of it!

-Ah...

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BEEPING

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Uh...the Camptosaurus call might sound a little strange, Mrs Pickles.

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CAMPTOSAURUS CALLS

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That's amazing!

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Where's Andy?

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Here I am, Mrs Pickles. So, what do you think?

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This is fantastic. Two wonderful displays!

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I particularly like the call of the Camptosaurus. Nice touch!

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Remind me again, Andy, why did Stegosaurus and Camptosaurus

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-live side-by-side?

-Well, they lived side-by-side

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to protect each other against predators.

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Ah, yes, that's right. Of course.

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Is that your dressing gown, Andy?

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Uh, yes. Uh...

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We were here all night finishing the exhibit. Weren't we, Jen?

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Yes. Yes, yes, we were, Mrs Pickles.

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Now that's the kind of dedication I like to see.

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Well done, you two.

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Shhh! See you next time.

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# One, two, three, four!

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# Andy's Prehistoric Adventures

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# Andy's Prehistoric Adventures! #

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When an accident at the museum ruins his new prehistoric exhibit, Andy travels 150 million years back in time! He tracks down the peculiar camptosaurus and plays hide-and-seek with a fierce allosaurus.


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