Woolly Mammoth and Tusk Andy's Prehistoric Adventures


Woolly Mammoth and Tusk

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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

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# 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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# Then we fly away

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# One, two, three, four...

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# Andy's Prehistoric Adventures

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# 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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Evening.

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Hi, I'm Andy. I run the prehistoric gallery here at the National Museum.

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I am just off to meet my assistant, Jen.

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We've got a mammoth job to finish before we go home.

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Come on, I'll show you.

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-Hi, Jen.

-Hi, Andy.

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I am just getting this woolly mammoth's tusk into place.

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I have rigged up a fully automated rope and pulley system,

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controlled via my computer tablet.

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Well done.

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I thought it would be easier than carrying it ourselves.

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I have got one in place already.

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I am so glad, Jen, it could have taken me a long time

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to put these tusks in.

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You know, they weigh 80 kilos each. Almost as much as me.

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Wow, That's really heavy.

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I mean...the tusks, not you.

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These tusks would have belonged to a fully grown, adult woolly mammoth.

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Oh, have a look at this.

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-Oh!

-If we count these rings we find out the age of the woolly mammoth.

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-Just like a tree trunk.

-Exactly.

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One, two...

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34! I'm a fast counter.

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34!

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So the mammoth this tusk belonged to would have been 34 years old.

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And then 30,000 years later it's here in our museum.

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-Oh!

-Woah!

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No!

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It's broken! Mrs Pickles, she's going to be so upset.

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Can we glue it back together?

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We don't have a glue strong enough for that, Jen.

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What are we going to do?

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Well, we'd better think fast, Andy, we are running out of time.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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SQUAWKING

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Time. That's it!

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Jen, you stay here and try to sort this out,

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I will be back soon with another tusk.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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But, Andy, mammoths are extinct!

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Waistcoat, hat, backpack, gizmo.

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To the time of woolly mammoths.

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Woah!

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Oh! I made it!

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I've traveled back 30,000 years to the time of the woolly mammoths.

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Hang on, what's that?

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DISTANT ROARS

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Yes!

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Woolly mammoths! It's a whole herd of them!

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Look at the one of the front, he is missing a tusk.

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It must have come off when he was fighting another woolly mammoth.

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If I can find that tusk then maybe I can use it

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to replace the one that I broke.

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Excuse me, can I have a lift?

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Now, this is what I call a lookout point!

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I can see the whole world from up here.

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Still can't see any tusks though.

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FLIES BUZZ

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Pfft! Shoo! Shoo!

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I can see flies.

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And lots of them. Get...! Shoo! Ah!

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Ow! And biting insects.

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Stop! Shoo! Oh, Honestly.

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I don't know how the mammoths cope with them. Shoo!

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MAMMOTH GROWLS

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So that's how they cope with them.

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They cover themselves in mud to keep away the flies. Genius.

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Hey!

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Well, I guess that was fun.

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I've been walking for hours and still no sign of any...

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Hang on. People!

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Of course! 30,000 years ago, early humans lived on these plains.

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I wonder if any of my ancestors lived here.

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Oh! And look!

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They're holding tusks. Right.

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Excuse me. You haven't got any spare tusks at all, have you?

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Woo-hoo!

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Whoo! Whoo! Whoo!

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I guess not. Whoa!

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THEY SHRIEK

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DEER GROAN

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Oh! She is not after me. She is after those deer. Ooft!

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Oh! I still need to find a tusk.

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THUNDER RUMBLES

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Oh, sounds like it might rain.

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Maybe I can take shelter in those huts over there.

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Ah! Oh, it is very dark in here.

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Set to torch mode.

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Hang on a minute. Mammoth tusks! Huh?

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According to my gizmo, early ice age hunters

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used to build shelters out of tusks and animal skins.

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All tied together with mammoth hair.

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Yes!

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But I can't take one of these back to the museum.

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This is someone's home.

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CRASHING What was that?

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Thunder again?

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MAMMOTHS ROAR

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Whoa! What's going on?

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Whoa!

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Maybe it's an earthquake! What...?

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ROARING AND CRASHING STOPS

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Oh! Thank goodness that's... CREAKING

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Whoa!

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..over!

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Oh! Oh, no.

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Oooh! Urgh!

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Great(!) I am stuck!

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What am I going to do?

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My backpack!

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It's always full of useful things!

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Maybe there's something in here that can help.

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If I can get it off.

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Right. What have we got in here?

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A saucepan.

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Hot water bottle.

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What's this? A kazoo. How are these things going to help me?

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Hang on. Maybe I can call for help!

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I hope it works. All right.

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KAZOO SQUEALS

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Hmm?

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Someone's coming!

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Uh?

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Oh! Thank you!

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Erm, Thanks for that. Sorry about your hut.

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HE MUMBLES

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Oh! You want this?

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Here you go.

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KAZOO SQUEALS

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HE MUMBLES EXCITEDLY

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KAZOO SQUEALS

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Very good! Excellent!

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What? For me? Oh! Thank you!

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KAZOO SQUEALS

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Thanks again!

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What a nice chap!

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Kind of looked familiar too. Hmm.

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But this is great!

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It's going to fantastic in the museum!

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I'll just grab my backpack.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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The clock! I've got to get back!

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But I'm miles away!

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Unless...

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I've got an idea.

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Woo-hoo! Whoa! Woo-hoo!

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See you later, woolly mammoth!

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Time to head back!

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Mrs Pickles, quick!

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-Good morning, Mrs Pickles.

-Good morning, Jen.

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I'm just off to the prehistoric gallery.

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Andy tells me he has two magnificent woolly mammoth tusks to show me.

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Are you sure he said TWO woolly mammoth tusks, Mrs Pickles?

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Oh, yes, quite sure.

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-Well, you see, Mrs Pickles, there was an accident, and...

-Oh, Andy!

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Those tusks look magnificent! Well done, you two.

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They look even better than I remember.

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Thanks, Mrs Pickles.

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Just been cleaning them up.

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You may want to clean yourself up a bit too, Andy.

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I will. 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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When disaster strikes at the museum, Andy sets off on a prehistoric adventure using his trusty, time-travelling clock. Arriving 30,000 years in the past, Andy joins a herd of woolly mammoths and bumps into one of his own ancient ancestors.


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