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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

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# You should see them

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# Jen is 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

-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 clock 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

-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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Evening!

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Hello, I'm Andy.

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I run the prehistoric gallery here at the National Museum.

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Today, my assistant Jen and I are working on the display

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about a fearsome feline predator called a sabre-toothed cat.

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Come on, I'll show you.

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-Hi, Jen.

-Hi, Andy.

-I've got the speaker you asked for.

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-Oh, great, if you could just set it up over there.

-Right.

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-There we go.

-I just need that sound file.

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-Oh, it's here on my gizmo.

-Ah, great!

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-I just need to plug it in.

-Mm-hm.

-There we go.

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Oh...

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-Oh?

-I'm all right, thanks.

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I don't get how you can make a sabre-toothed cat roar

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-from a recording that I took from Mrs Pickles' kitten.

-It's easy.

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I use a computer programme to amplify and distort the sound.

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Listen to this. Mm, how do I...?

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Oh, you press this button.

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BEEP

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-I can't hear anything.

-Hm.

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Try turning up the volume.

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ROAR!

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-Whoa!

-Oh!

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-Now that's what I call a roar.

-I know.

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This little device of yours is really clever.

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-What does this button do?

-Oh, no, no...!

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Huh...

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-Doesn't do anything.

-Erm...

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I'll take that.

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-Ugh, it's a bit sticky.

-I'm sorry.

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-I think it was the muffin.

-Don't worry.

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Mrs Pickles is going to love that recording.

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She'll be really impressed.

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

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Did you know that a sabre-toothed cat's teeth

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were about as long as my forearm?

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They could open their mouths twice as wide as a lion.

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They could've eaten quite a few of these!

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-Shall we play it before we go home?

-Mm-hm!

-Cover your ears.

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BEEPING

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Oh. That's not right.

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-Oh, no!

-It's broken.

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-What are we going to do?

-We need another recording.

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Where are we going to find a kitten at this hour?

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There's not enough time! CLOCK CHIMES

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Time.

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That's it!

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Jen, you stay here, I'll go get another sabre-toothed cat roar.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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But, Andy, how will you...?

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Oh. Er...

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OK.

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Waistcoat, hat,

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backpack, gizmo!

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Check!

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To the time of sabre-toothed cats!

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Whoa!

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Wahoo!

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Wahoo!

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Yes! I've made it.

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I've travelled back in time two and a half million years

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to the time of sabre-toothed cats.

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And look!

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These guys are called Macrauchenia,

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a distant relative of modern-day horses.

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Oh, they're incredible!

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No, I can't get distracted.

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Right...

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sabre-toothed cats.

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Oh!

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There.

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Wow, they're huge!

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And those teeth!

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I'm going to have no trouble getting that roar.

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I'll be back to the museum in no time at all.

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ROAR!

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Whoa!

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That sounded like a clap of thunder, it almost rumbled my hat off.

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Perfect roar, though.

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Right, I'll get my gizmo and I'll record it.

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Gizmo, set to record.

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Huh?

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Gizmo, set to record.

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Oh, no! It's still broken.

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ROAR!

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Oh!

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Where's...?

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Oh, no! Those terror birds, they're after my gizmo.

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Oh!

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Oi, get off my gizmo!

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Go on, get out of it!

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Yes.

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Terror bird selfies!

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That's a good one.

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Ah, how did that get in there?

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Right, I need to get this working so I can record that roar.

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Come on, gizmo.

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BEEP

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That doesn't sound right.

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What?

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Oh!

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Now it's made me the size of an insect!

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I just want to record that roar.

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Oh!

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Whoa!

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I should be safe here.

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GROWLING

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Uh-oh!

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I think I spoke too soon.

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Er... Ooh!

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Hang on...

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Hang on, what's he up to?

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Oh! He's marking his territory.

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They do that by...

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Phew, that was close!

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Right, time to fix my gizmo.

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I need to get back to normal size.

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BEEPING

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Come on!

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One of these buttons must work.

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Oh, I'm back to normal size. Ha-ha!

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Right, now, where's that sabre-toothed cat?

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Here, kitty, kitty.

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The sabre-toothed cat is hunting.

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It looks like she's got her eye on those Macrauchenia over there.

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She's sneaking up on them, using the long grass as cover

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just like lions and tigers do when they stalk their prey.

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Right, this time I'm going to be ready.

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ROCK MUSIC PLAYS

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BEEPING No, stop it!

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COUNTRY MUSIC PLAYS Stop it! Stop making that noise!

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Oh, I've spooked the herd.

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And they're coming this way!

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Yep, I definitely spooked them!

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Hoo! Wow, they are fast!

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Right, I need to fix my gizmo before it gets me

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into any more trouble.

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BEEPING

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Hang on...

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What's this?

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A raisin.

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A raisin from the muffin that Jen was eating.

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This is what's been messing up my gizmo!

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Mmm...

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Tasty!

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Right - testing, one, two.

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'Testing, one, two.'

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Yes! It's working.

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Finally I can get my sabre-toothed roar.

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Right, in position.

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BEEPING

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Set to record.

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ROAR!

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Wow, what a roar!

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That'll sound perfect for the display.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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And just enough time to get back to the...

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GROWLING

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..clock.

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Oh!

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Oh, no!

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How am I going to get to the clock?

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Think!

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

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Knitting needles...

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sewing kit...

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..and a ball of wool.

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How's this going to help me?

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Hang on a minute.

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Cats love playing with balls of wool!

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I'm going to need a huge one for a sabre-toothed cat.

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I can use my gizmo.

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Ha-ha!

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Wow!

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Now, this is a ball for a sabre-toothed cat.

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Right, pussycat, come on!

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Get the ball.

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Yes! It's working.

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Time to head back!

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CLOCK CHIMES

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Mrs Pickles, quick!

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-Good morning, Mrs Pickles.

-Good morning, Jen.

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Are you sure you want to visit

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the sabre-toothed cat display now, Mrs Pickles?

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I could maybe just demonstrate the roar to you right here.

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Raaargh!

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That's very good but I can't wait to hear

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what you two have actually come up with.

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Almost there...

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Great!

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Andy?

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Where are you?

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Oh, I do hope he's not late.

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-Down here, Mrs Pickles.

-Ah!

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Just making a few last-minute improvements.

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Well, it looks fantastic but what does it sound like?

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Well, it sounds like...this.

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ROAR!

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Well, I never! What a roar.

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It's enough to blow your socks off.

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And your hat, too. Shh!

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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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Andy leaps into his time-travelling clock to visit the fearsome sabre-toothed cat, but when his gizmo malfunctions, he is shrunk down to the size of an insect and must escape from a marauding prehistoric dung beetle!


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