Kimmerosaurus and Clamshell Andy's Prehistoric Adventures


Kimmerosaurus and Clamshell

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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 adventure! 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

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# 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 let me 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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Oh, evening!

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Hello! I'm Andy and I work here at the National Museum.

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I'm putting together a brand-new display

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all about an underwater prehistoric world,

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and this clamshell will be the perfect addition.

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-Hi, Jen!

-Hi, Andy!

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Oh, what's going on here?

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I was fixing this computer's hard drive,

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but I've lost an earring and now I can't find it anywhere.

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-What does it look like?

-Silver with a big white pearl.

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-That's a coincidence!

-Have you found it?

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No, but this is a clamshell, and pearls grow inside clamshells.

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I don't suppose there's one in there now?

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I'm afraid not. This is for the display.

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It's about prehistoric creatures that lived in the ocean

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-160 million years ago during the Jurassic age.

-Wow!

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And this is a kimmerosaurus, a huge swimming reptile.

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Ah, it looks a bit giraffe-like with that long neck.

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Very useful for catching fish.

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They were supreme hunters - quick and agile in the water.

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-Wow, I would have loved to see them swim!

-Yeah, me too.

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And these are prehistoric shells

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left behind by lots of smaller creatures.

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Mrs Pickles gave me them for the display, and this clam.

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-Clams have been around for 500 million years.

-Wow!

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Which is why it's perfect for this display.

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Everything's safe and sound and in place.

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I don't need a spanner in the works today.

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-Let's go and find your earring.

-OK!

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-Oh, no! Mrs Pickles' clamshell!

-It's broken!

-Erm...

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She's going to be so upset.

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Can we go to the beach and collect another one?

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A clamshell that size could take months to find.

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There's just not enough time. CLOCK CHIMES

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PTERODACTYL SCREECHES

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Time!

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-That's it!

-What's it?

-Jen, you stay here and try and find your earring.

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I'll be back soon with another clamshell.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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But Andy, how will you...

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SHE SIGHS

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Waistcoat...

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Check!

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Hat...

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Check!

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Backpack...

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Check! And, last but not least, Gizmo.

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BEEPING Check!

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CLOCK CHIMES

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To the time of kimmerosaurus!

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Ohhh!

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Woohoohoo!

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Whoaaaaa!

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Woohoo!

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I've made it! I've travelled back in time 160 million years

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to the time of kimmerosaurus!

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Right, I have to find that clamshell.

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Erm... Oh, no! I'm marooned on a desert island!

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There's the mainland over there.

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That'll be the best place to find a washed-up clamshell.

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How am I going to get over there?

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Erm...

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Ah!

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Phew! Rowing can be hard work.

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I'm just going to rest here for a while and cool down.

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Hmm, I wonder if there are any clamshells on the seabed.

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It's got to be worth a look.

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Well, I can't see any clamshells, but I can see...

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Whoa!

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It's a Predator X, a colossal underwater hunter

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that loves to snack on kimmerosaurus.

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Now, THAT is what I call a sea monster.

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Oh, here he comes.

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Aw, he's coming to say hello!

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Hang on a minute - coming up to say hello?

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Waaaah!

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Well, that's one way of cooling down.

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Hang on, where's my backpack gone?

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It's down there. It's sunk to the bottom!

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Oh! I'll have to put my scuba helmet on and go down and get it.

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Oh, no, my scuba helmet is IN my backpack!

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Hang on, what's going on down there? What's that?

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Kimmerosaurus! Maybe they can help me.

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Excuse me, could you get my backpack for me, please?

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Oh, how silly! Excuse me.

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BLURBLES: Excuse me, could you get my backpack for me, please?

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Yes! Thanks, Kimmerosaurus!

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Haha! Now, I just need to put my scuba helmet on,

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go and get the clamshell and even watch some kimmerosaurus swim.

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Hmm?

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Wow! Look at them go!

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They're so quick and graceful in the water.

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It's like watching underwater ballet.

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They use their four flippers to propel themselves through the water.

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Hang on a minute. Uh-oh! Predator X is back again.

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And he looks pretty hungry for kimmerosaurus. Everyone, quick!

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It's Predator X! Swim for it!

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Head for those shallows, he's too big to follow you! Quick!

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Yes! He's given up.

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Whoa!

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And there are even more kimmerosaurus around here.

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Ooh! Hello, little one!

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HE CHUCKLES

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The young ones have to stay here until they can outrun Predator X.

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That way, Mum and Dad can go hunting for fish.

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Ooh, speaking of hunting, I still need to find that clamshell.

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See you later, kimmerosaurus!

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I've made it to the mainland - brilliant!

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WHIP CRACKS

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Back on dry land again.

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Although I'm not very dry.

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Hang on, is that...

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HE GASPS It is!

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Yes! It's a washed-up clamshell!

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And it looks exactly like the one

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from Mrs Pickles' collection. Perfect!

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CLOCK CHIMES

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Oh!

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Just in time, too!

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I've got to get back to the museum before Mrs Pickles arrives.

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Hang on a minute...

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Oh, no! The clock is still way out at sea!

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How am I going to get to it? Erm...

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

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A washing line?

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Some sticky tape?

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What's this?

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An ironing board?

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I'm not going to be able to make a boat out of these things, am I?

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But I know what I CAN make.

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Woohoohoo! This is definitely better than rowing! Woohoohoohoohoo!

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I can't believe I'm surfing behind a kimmerosaurus! Woohoohoo!

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Time to head back!

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CLOCK CHIMES

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HE GASPS Mrs Pickles! Quick!

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-Morning, Mrs Pickles.

-Morning, Jen.

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Oh, yes, another underwater display - my favourite!

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Hmm.

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Don't you it looks rather impressive, Mrs Pickles,

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what with the kimmerosaurus, the backdrop and the...

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It's all looking marvellous, Jen, but there's something missing.

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-Clamshell, Mrs Pickles?

-Ah, my clamshell!

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I was just washing it for the display, Mrs Pickles.

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It looks like you were washing yourself, as well, Andy.

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And I managed to find another pearl for your earring, Jen.

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Oh, thanks, Andy!

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Very impressive! You really think of everything, don't you, Andy?

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Ssh! 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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A lost earring means Andy must go on another time-travelling adventure, as he returns 160 million years into the past to hunt for a prehistoric clamshell. Plunging into the waters of an ancient ocean, Andy meets some giant swimming reptiles and helps them to escape a colossal creature called Predator X.


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