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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 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'll fly away

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# One, two, three, four 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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ANDY WHISTLES

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Hi, I'm Andy and I'm in charge of the prehistoric gallery

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here at the National Museum.

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My assistant, Jen, is helping me with a display

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all about an ancient animal called a chalicothere.

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I'm off to see how she is getting on.

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-Hi, Jen.

-Hi, Andy.

-How's the model coming along?

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I'm almost finished. I just need to finalise

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the master command programme and run the holographic projection data.

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-Sounds complicated.

-Not really, I just press this button.

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ANDY GASPS Jen. That's fantastic.

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Fully-sized chalicothere.

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-Oh, look out.

-Oh!

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Sorry. That was lucky.

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Ah. There's just one thing missing.

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Hm, really? What's that?

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Its claws. Look, I made this one to show you.

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Claws? But I thought you said chalicotheres only ate plants.

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Why would it need giant claws?

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Well, probably to dig up the roots because they liked eating them too.

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Ah. In that case, I need to scan the claw,

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integrate it to the existing model and reboot the system.

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Does that mean you're going to add it to the model?

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-Yeah. Just leave it on my laptop and I'll do it in a second.

-OK.

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BEEP

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Oh. Oh, what have I done?

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-Oh, don't worry. You've just hit the power button.

-Oh, phew.

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Ah, there you are, you two.

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How's the new display coming along?

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Very well, Mrs Pickles.

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Jen's doing a fantastic job.

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Oh, I'm very excited.

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The chalicothere is one of my favourite prehistoric animals.

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And it had the most impressive claws.

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-Don't forget the claws.

-BOTH:

-We won't.

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Fabulous. I'll be along first thing in the morning to see it.

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-Good night.

-Good night, Mrs Pickles.

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Better scan the claw and add it to my model.

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We don't want Mrs Pickles to see her chalicothere without them.

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-No, we don't.

-Can you pass me my laptop please, Andy?

-Of course.

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-JEN GASPS

-Be careful!

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Oh, no.

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Oh, the claw.

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Erm... I needed that claw to finish my display.

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I don't suppose you could make another?

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That one took all day to make. There's not enough time.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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PTERANODON ROARS

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Time.

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That's it.

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Jen, you take this and get the scanner ready. I'll be back soon.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure.

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But, Andy, where are you going?

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Oh, the cement.

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Thanks.

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Waistcoat, hat, gizmo,

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and, last but not least, backpack.

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Oops... Can't forget this.

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To the time of chalicothere.

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ANDY CHUCKLES

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Yes! I'm here.

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I've travelled back 30 million years.

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To a time where giant mammals walked the earth.

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Like these Paraceratherium.

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They're plant-eaters, just like the chalicothere.

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Although there aren't many leaves on those trees to munch on.

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Oh, and it looks like something else very big is heading this way.

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It's the chalicothere!

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Ah, they're beautiful, aren't they?

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Huh. You'd never guess that they're actually related to

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the modern-day horse and rhinoceros.

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Right, just need to get my cement,

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pop it on the floor,

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get myself a claw print.

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Right, there's my cement and my water.

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Now I can get my...

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Oh, they're gone.

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This isn't going to be as easy as I thought.

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I need to find one that's not on the move.

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Come on.

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These puddles are all that's left of the river in the dry season.

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HE GASPS

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And it's a good place to find a thirsty chalicothere.

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I'll try and sneak in and get my claw print

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whilst he's having a drink.

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Nice and quietly...

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THUNDER ROARS

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Oh, great.

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Well, it looks like the dry season's ended.

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Chalicothere's gone.

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And I know why, look.

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The river's filling up again.

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Come on, let's get out of here.

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Phew.

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Oh!

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I'll just take shelter under these trees until the rain stops.

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Oh.

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Br-rr.

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Oh, looks like it's clearing up. CHORAL MUSIC PLAYS

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Oh, I'm soaked.

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I'll just shake this off.

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BUZZING

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Oops. Uh-oh.

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I've just disturbed a hornet's nest.

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And they look pretty angry.

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Oh! Get out!

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Get out of it!

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Huh!

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BUZZING FADES AWAY

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Oh, phew.

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They've gone.

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Ah, at last.

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My stuff has dried out.

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And look!

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There's a chalicothere.

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He's coming this way.

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He must be heading for all these lovely green leaves.

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Right.

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Now's my chance.

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I'll get my...

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..quick-drying cement.

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There we go.

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Now, I need to stir it.

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Smooth it over.

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There.

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I'll just wait for the chalicothere to tread on it

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and I'll get a perfect claw print for Jen to scan.

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Come on!

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OK.

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Hold on.

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He's stopped.

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I wonder why.

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Oh!

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It's a Hyaenodon.

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He must be searching for food now that the rain has stopped.

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Food like me.

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Erm...

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Whoa!

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HYAENODON ROARS

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Phew!

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I should be safe up here.

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And he's off.

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Phew!

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Look!

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The chalicothere is over by those green leaves.

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Oh, it's a good thing those hornets aren't in their nest any more.

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Come on, let's go and see if I've got my claw print.

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Yes!

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The perfect print...

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Hang on...

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..of a Hyaenodon paw.

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Oh, I'm never going to get this claw print.

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Jen and Mrs Pickles will be so disappointed.

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Hang on a minute.

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Look! The hornet's nest!

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The chalicothere must have popped its claw in

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when it was feeding from the leaves.

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Well, all I have to do is pop some cement into here

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and then I have my very own claw.

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There we go.

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One cemented chalicothere claw.

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Finally!

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Right, I better put this back in the tree for the hornets.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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The clock!

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Mrs Pickles will be arriving to see the display.

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After all that rain, there's a river in the way now.

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Oh, how am I going to get past it to the clock?

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Erm... Think.

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My backpack.

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It's always full of useful things.

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Tissues.

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Mallet.

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Umbrella.

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Could have done with this when it was raining. What good is it now?

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Unless...

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Well, this certainly beats walking.

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Hey-hey!

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Oh.

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Oh-ho!

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Time to head back!

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Mrs Pickles! Quick!

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JEN SNORES

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Jen! Wake up!

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-Andy, did you get the new claw?

-Yes, we need to hurry.

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Mrs Pickles is almost here.

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-Quick, I'll scan it and add it to the display.

-OK.

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OK, I'm done. Come on.

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Good morning.

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-BOTH:

-Morning, Mrs Pickles.

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-I've come to sneak a peek at the chalicothere display.

-Oh.

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Oh.

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Magnificent.

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ANDY GASPS (The claws.)

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Oh.

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A truly beautiful creature.

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And such impressive claws.

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I don't know how you two do it.

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Neither do I, Mrs Pickles.

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Sh! 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 breaks a valuable museum artefact and has to travel back in time 30 million years to replace it. Landing in an age when giant mammals roamed the Earth, Andy tracks down the peculiar chalicothere and gets chased by a swarm of angry prehistoric hornets.


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