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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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# Jenny's my assistant Mrs Pickles runs the show

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# Come on my adventures

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# 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 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

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# 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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DOOR OPENS

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Hi, 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 is working on a brand-new display

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about a dinosaur called Centrosaurus.

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I can't wait to show her this. Come on.

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Hi, Jen. How's the display coming along?

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Really well, thanks, Andy.

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Oh, it looks a bit empty.

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What we need is something like

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this!

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-Only a lot bigger.

-Aww, a toy Centrosaurus.

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Well, I've been working on something. Let me show you.

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Whoa!

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A computerised Centrosaurus!

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That's incredible, but how did you make it?

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Simple.

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-I filmed an elephant.

-An elephant?

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At the zoo. And then I mixed the video with

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a computer-generated Centrosaurus and then ta-dah!

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-One walking dinosaur!

-That's fantastic!

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You know, in Canada, they found hundreds of Centrosaurus fossils

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-side by side.

-Aw, hundreds?

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Just imagine their giant neck frills and horns at the end of their noses.

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There are lots of dinosaurs that have them

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so they can protect themselves against any predators.

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I've got a photo album somewhere showing all the different sorts.

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-Ah. Can I see it?

-Of course.

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Well, we'd have to find it.

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-Come on, you can help me look.

-OK.

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Wah!

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Whoa!

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These look amazing.

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Wow, Andy. They're almost as if you've taken pictures

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of real ones!

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Ah... Before we go, can we have another look

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-at the Centrosaurus recording?

-Mm-hm.

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-Oh, no.

-That's not right.

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Someone's recorded over my Centrosaurus!

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Is that the janitor?

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I can't show it to Mrs Pickles looking like that.

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What are we going to do?

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Well, we can't use this. It's too small.

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Um...

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Can you make a new one?

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There isn't enough time.

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CLOCK DINGS

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BIRD TWEETS

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Time.

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-That's it! Jen, you're a genius!

-I am?

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You stay here, I'll go get another recording of a Centrosaurus.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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Andy, wait!

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You haven't got the...

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camera.

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Waistcoat, hat, backpack and, last but not least,

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gizmo!

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Check!

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To the time of Centrosaurus!

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CLOCK DINGS

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TICK TOCK TICK TOCK

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BOOM!

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HE SCREAMS

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Woohoo!

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Aargh!

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Woohoo!

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I've made it!

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I've travelled back 70,000,000 years

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to the time of Centrosaurus.

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Yes, according to my gizmo, I'm in Canada,

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which is the perfect place to find Centrosaurus.

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I'm going to head to that forest over there. Come on!

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Centrosaurus may have come into the forest to eat

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all the low-lying plants.

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Mind you, with all these tall trees as cover,

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they'd need to keep an eye out for...

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GROWLS ..predators.

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It's a Daspletosaurus!

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A relative of Tyrannosaurus rex.

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And he's coming this way.

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GROWLS

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HE SIGHS

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I don't think he spotted me.

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Hang on a minute.

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There's another dinosaur!

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And this one has a frill on its neck.

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It could be a Centrosaurus!

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GROWLS

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Ooh. The Daspletosaurus is creeping up on him.

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Come on.

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Let's get a closer look.

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THEY GROWL

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It looks like a Centrosaurus.

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But there are so many dinosaurs with giant frills on their necks,

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I can't be certain.

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I don't want to record the wrong dinosaur for Jen to see.

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GROWLS

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What are you doing standing there? Go on!

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He's got huge teeth and giant claws! Get out of it!

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GROWLS Hang on a minute.

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Whoa!

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CENTROSAURUS ROARS

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He's just charged a Daspletosaurus!

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Now you can really see how giant frills and horns

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can make a dinosaur look really fierce.

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Too fierce for some dinosaurs.

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He's gone.

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Great. Now I can get a proper look.

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GROWLS

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It's not a Centrosaurus.

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It's a Chasmosaurus. From the same family,

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but they have slightly different horns and frills.

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Oh, well. I'm going to have to keep on searching.

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Canada's a large place.

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HE SIGHS

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Well, there's nothing around here.

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RUMBLING Whoa.

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What is that?

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Where is that coming from?

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HE GASPS

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Whoa!

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It's a whole herd of Centrosaurus!

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And there are hundreds of them.

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And they're side by side,

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just like the fossils I told Jen about.

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Amazing!

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ROARING

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Whoa!

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Taxi for one! Oh!

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Now, this is what I call riding in style!

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It's also the perfect place for me to record Centrosaurus for Jen.

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OK.

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Set to record.

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Looking good!

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Smile, Centrosaurus!

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Brilliant!

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I've got it!

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Oh. THUNDER RUMBLES

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Just in time too. It's about to rain.

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Here it comes!

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Whoa!

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Oh, no!

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The rain is causing a flash flood!

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They all want to cross. Whoa!

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They're a bit scared of the fast-moving water though.

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I hope they can swim!

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Oh!

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Oh! Ha-ha-ha!

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It turns out that Centrosaurus are pretty good swimmers after all!

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Come on, you lot!

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In you come!

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That's it!

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We're almost at the other side.

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CLOCK DINGS

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The clock!

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Come on, Centrosaurus, faster!

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ROARING

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Ah, the sun's come out.

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Right, I need to get this video back to the museum

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before Mrs Pickles arrives!

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GROWLS

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A herd of Centrosaurus might be fun,

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but a whole herd of Daspletosaurus isn't.

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They look pretty hungry too.

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I don't want to end up as a dinosaur snack.

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How am I going to sneak past them to get to the clock?

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Um...

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My backpack! It's always full of useful things.

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Right.

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Adjustable spanner.

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A torch.

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Oh, look! My toy Centrosaurus!

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Grr!

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GROWLS

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Hang on a minute.

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That gives me an idea.

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In the forest, the Daspletosaurus was scared

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of the dinosaur's frill and horns.

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So if I use these, I might be able to scare this lot away.

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It's got to be worth a try.

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HE ROARS

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Get away, Daspletosaurus!

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I live here!

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HE ROARS

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THEY ROAR

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It's working!

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Ho-ho-ho!

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Well done, little fella!

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Time to head back!

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CLOCK DINGS

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Quick! Mrs Pickles!

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-Jen!

-Andy, where have you been?

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Mrs Pickles will be here any minute!

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I've got the Centrosaurus recording!

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Oh, I don't know how you do it, but I'm really glad you do.

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-Good morning.

-Morning, Mrs Pickles.

-Morning, Mrs Pickles.

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Ah, excellent. You're both here. I just popped in

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to see the new Centrosaurus display,

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but we seem to be missing a dinosaur.

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That's OK. Jen has made a special recording.

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Go on, Jen. Press the button.

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Jen, this footage is astonishing!

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It looks almost real!

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How on earth did you come up with that?

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Teamwork, Mrs Pickles. Andy helped.

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And 100 Centrosaurus.

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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 heads back in time to search a prehistoric forest for a plant-munching dinosaur, but he runs into a relative of the T-rex instead, before joining a herd of centrosaurus to escape a flash flood.


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