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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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# 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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OWL HOOTS

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Hi, I'm Andy and I work in the prehistoric gallery

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here at the National Museum.

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I've spent all day building a nest for one of my favourite dinosaurs.

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I've got a few more bits to add and then I'm finished.

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-Hi, Jen.

-Hi, Andy.

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One here...

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..and here.

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There you go.

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Right... So, what do you think?

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Pretty EGG-cellent, eh?

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Yes, but what EGGS-actly is it?

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-Well, it's a nest, of course.

-Ah. But these eggs are massive.

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The bird that these belong to must've been enormous.

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As tall as a house but it wasn't a bird,

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it was a dinosaur called Gigantoraptor.

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It laid one of the largest eggs of any animal ever.

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Wow, that's amazing!

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What's the feather for, then?

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Oh! Mrs Pickles made this.

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It's a model of what she thinks a Gigantoraptor feather

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might have looked like. It's good, isn't it?

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Very good but I thought that

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you said that the Gigantoraptor was a dinosaur, not a bird.

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I did. Some dinosaurs had feathers too, you know, just like birds.

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Come on, I'll show you.

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Done.

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This is a fossil of a Microraptor,

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one of the earliest feathered dinosaurs to be found.

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They think they may've used their feathers to fly

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just like modern-day birds.

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So could a Gigantoraptor fly as well?

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No, they were too heavy and too big to fly but they did have feathers.

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-Wow, that's incredible!

-That's why I've put the beautiful feather

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that Mrs Pickles made on the display.

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-Andy...

-Mm-hm?

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-It's not quite as beautiful as I remember it.

-Hm?

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Oh, no! What happened?

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-What am I going to do now?

-We can make another one?

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I don't even know how Mrs Pickles made this one.

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There's just not enough time. CLOCK CHIMES

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SQUAWKING

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Time...

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That's it!

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Jen, you stay here and make sure nothing else goes wrong.

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I'll get another Gigantoraptor feather.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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Andy, where are you going?

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Waistcoat, hat,

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backpack and last but not least, gizmo.

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Check!

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To the time of Gigantoraptor!

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Wahoo!

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Whoa!

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Wahoo!

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I've made it!

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I've travelled back in time 85 million years.

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All the way to Mongolia to the time of Gigantoraptor.

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And it looks like I have landed in the middle of a desert.

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Not much going on here.

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SQUAWKING

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But I can hear something. Listen.

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SQUAWKING

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And it seems to be coming from over that sand dune. Come on!

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It's really hot walking up these sand dunes.

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I just hope there's a quicker way...

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down!

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ANDY COUGHS

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Well, it was certainly easier than getting up.

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Oh!

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Hey, look!

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Oviraptors.

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According to my gizmo, Oviraptors were a kind of dinosaur

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that loved eating other dinosaurs' eggs.

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Maybe if I followed them,

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they'll lead me to the nest of a Gigantoraptor.

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And hopefully I can get my feather.

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Hey! Wait for me!

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I hope these Oviraptors know where they're going

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because I certainly don't.

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That doesn't seem to be any kind of Gigantoraptor anywhere.

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Uh-oh!

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GROWLING

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It's an Alectrosaurus.

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A cousin of Tyrannosaurus rex,

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who loved nothing more than a delicious meaty meal.

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Oh, thankfully it didn't notice me.

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Oh, wait for me!

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If you thought the Alectrosaurus was big,

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take a look at what we've just found.

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It's a mother Gigantoraptor.

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And she's on her nest.

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Ooh, she's not too happy about the Oviraptors being here.

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Oh, look at the size of her!

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And her feathers.

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They look just like the one that Mrs Pickles made.

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Whoa! Easy now, Gigantoraptor.

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I'm not after your eggs.

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I'm just after a stray...

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GIGANTORAPTOR ROARS

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..feather.

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Never get too close to a mum looking after her eggs.

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She can get very angry.

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Oh...

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She's not the only one that looks after the nest.

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The dad does too.

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Oh!

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It says here that Gigantoraptor eggs took up to 80 days to hatch,

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that's far too long for one parent to sit all alone

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without anything to eat.

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Especially with hungry Alectrosaurus walking around.

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Quick, get down!

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There's two of them!

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I think they've seen us!

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Go get 'em!

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Watch out behind you!

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Ouch!

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Wow!

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Gigantoraptor kung fu. Hiyah!

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Well done, Dad! That'll teach you to do mess with a Gigantoraptor.

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Oh, no!

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An Oviraptor. Quick, come back!

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Quick, before he gets your eggs!

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Phew! Safe and sound.

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And even better, look!

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A feather.

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Yes! It must've fallen off

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when he was fighting the Alectrosaurus.

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Ooh, this wind is picking up. I better get back to the clock quick.

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Wouldn't want to get caught in a sandstorm.

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See you later, Gigantoraptor! Thanks for the feather.

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This is ridiculous! I can't see anything.

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I can't even see where the clock is.

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Oh, at last! It's clearing up.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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And I can see the clock.

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As long as I can get to it, I'm sure I'll be fine.

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Oh, no!

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I'm stuck too!

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What am I going to do? I've got to get back to the museum!

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

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A map,

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a water bottle,

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what's this?

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A mini vacuum cleaner?

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What's that doing in there?

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Hmm, I wonder...

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Put the feather back in the backpack to keep it safe

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and I'll have a good old clean-up.

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ANDY HUMS

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There, that should do it.

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All right, here goes...

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It worked!

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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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I'm on my way to see the new Gigantoraptor display.

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I made a feather for it, you know.

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-Ah, hello, Andy.

-Good morning, Mrs Pickles.

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Oh, what a terrific Gigantoraptor nest.

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And my feather looks wonderful there. So realistic.

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You might want to use a bit less sand next time, Andy,

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you've got it everywhere.

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Sorry, Mrs Pickles, I got a bit carried away.

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Shh! See you next time.

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-# One, two, three, four

-Andy's Prehistoric Adventures

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# Andy's Prehistoric Adventures! #

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Andy travels back 85 million years to meet a giant feathered dinosaur that is as tall as a house! Along the way, he helps to protect a nest full of prehistoric eggs and gets caught in a super-sized sand storm.


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