Woolly Mammoth and Ice Andy's Prehistoric Adventures


Woolly Mammoth and Ice

Preschool adventure series. Andy dons his winter coat and heads off on another prehistoric adventure, this time back 30,000 years to the last ice age.


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# I'm Andy, 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-o!

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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 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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DOOR OPENS

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HE WHISTLES

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Hi, I'm Andy. I work here, at the National Museum.

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I'm putting together a display about a prehistoric animal that

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lived during the ice age.

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So, to make them feel at home, I'm bringing along some ice.

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PERSONAL STEREO PLAYS

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Whoa! What's this, Andy?

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It's ice for the brand-new display.

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-Ice?

-Mm-hm.

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But it's quite warm in here. Won't it just melt?

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No, it's not real ice, Jen. It's pretend.

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Mrs Pickles gave me the recipe. It's made from hot water and sugar.

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And this is a big piece, it took me a long time to make!

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Sugar and hot water...

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-Mmm, delicious.

-Be careful, it's very delicate.

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Come on, let's put it on the display.

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-Oh, watch out!

-Whoop!

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Sorry. Thanks, Jen.

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Right...

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there we go.

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Perfect. Now we can add the models.

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This is a woolly mammoth -

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a long-lost relative to our modern-day elephants.

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No wonder they were lost, look at all that hair!

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They probably couldn't see where they were going.

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-Not that sort of lost, Jen. I mean, they aren't around any more.

-Oh...

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No, they were around thousands of years ago, though. And their thick,

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woolly hair was used to keep them warm in the ice and snow.

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Now, I need to be very careful here.

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It's a good thing they're not real-sized woolly mammoths.

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-They were heavy. Some were heavier than a minibus!

-Wow!

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Hmm... I'm missing some models.

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I must have left them on the trolley.

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-What are they?

-Cavemen.

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Our ancient ancestors. They lived alongside woolly mammoths.

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Er...

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WHOOSH!

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WHOOSH!

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DONK!

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CRACKING

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I've found one.

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Ah, me too.

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ICE SPLINTERS

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-Oh, Andy, you sound like you need oiling.

-I do, don't I?

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Come on, let's pop these on the display.

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Here you go.

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ICE SPLINTERS Right, there we go.

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ICE SPLINTERS

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No... LOUD CRACKING

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No, no, no, no, no!

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Oh, no!

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This took me ages to make!

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We can't have an ice age display without ice!

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-What would Mrs Pickles say?

-Don't worry, Andy.

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We've got the recipe. We could make some more!

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No, this was a huge piece. There's not enough time!

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CLOCK CHIMES

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CLOCK WHIRS AND CLICKS

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SCREECHING

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Time...

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That's it! Jen, you stay here and, erm, turn the heating down.

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I'll be back soon with another sheet of ice.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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Um... But, Andy...

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Why's it have to be cold?

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Waistcoat, hat, backpack.

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And last, but not least...

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gizmo.

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Check.

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To the time of woolly mammoths!

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CLOCK TICKS BACKWARDS

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BANG!

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Hoo-hoo-hoo!

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Aa-argh!

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TICKING SLOWS

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I've made it!

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I've travelled back in time 30,000 years.

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GIZMO BEEPS

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All the way to what will become Switzerland...

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in the time of the woolly mammoths.

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Right...

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I need to find some ice.

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Well... I can't see any ice.

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I can see lots of snow, though.

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MAMMOTH TRUMPETS

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And woolly mammoths!

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Yes!

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Maybe they know where the ice is.

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HE SHIVERS

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It's freezing. Luckily, though, I've brought my coat.

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MAMMOTH TRUMPETS

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Look! It's a whole family of woolly mammoths!

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They're using their trunks to find food in the deep snow.

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Excuse me, do you mind?

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Maybe it's time to hitch a ride.

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Ah... This is much better!

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Whoa...

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Oopsy-daisy.

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From up here, I might be able to spot a frozen river or a lake.

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CREATURE SNARLS

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MAMMOTH GROWLS

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Oh...

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It's a cave lion!

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What am I going to do?

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Hang on a minute...

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I'm with the woolly mammoth! Hah!

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No cave lion's any match for a woolly mammoth.

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And there are hundreds of them, look!

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Erm...

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But just in case, I might climb up onto Mum, over there.

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What?

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The higher I am, the better chance I've got of finding the ice!

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Ah... That's better!

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Ha-ha.

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See you later, cave lion!

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I can see for miles, up here.

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I'm part of a mammoth migration!

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MAMMOTHS TRUMPET AND ROAR

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Now, according to my gizmo,

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there should be a lake around here, somewhere.

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GIZMO BLEEPS Right, time for me to get off.

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Oh, but it's a bit high...

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Erm... MAMMOTH SNORTS

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Ah...

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I've got an idea.

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Whoa!

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Ah.

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Oh... That was fun.

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Right, now to find some ice.

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Well, I can see lots of snow, but I can't see any lakes.

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Maybe the cold weather has broken my gizmo.

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GIZMO BLEEPS

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Hmm...

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LOUD CRACKING AND SPLASH

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Oh, no! She's fallen into the ice!

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What...

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I've been standing on the ice the whole time!

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I need to help her out,

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otherwise she's going to turn into a mammoth ice lolly.

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Erm... Oh, I know.

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I've got some rope.

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I'm going to try and lasso it onto her.

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OK... Ready...

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I hope this works!

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ROPE WHOOSHES

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Yes!

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All right then, you lot. You take this end...

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SPLASHING

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PULL!

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Pull, everyone!

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MAMMOTH TRUMPETS

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It's working... It's working.

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Whoa!

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MAMMOTH TRUMPETS

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It worked. MAMMOTH TRUMPETS

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Well done, everyone. Good job.

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MAMMOTHS GROAN

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Oh...

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Look!

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There's loads of ice in this hole.

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Oh...

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Erm...

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Careful, you should never walk on frozen lakes.

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I think I'll take...this one.

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Ooh...

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Real ice is really heavy!

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And cold, too.

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OK...

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Oh... I'm exhausted, walking in all this snow!

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And I've still got to get back to the clock!

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Oh...

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It's going to take me for ever.

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MAMMOTH SNORTS

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Huh...? MAMMOTH SNORTS

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Oh, you want to give me a lift?

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Oh!

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Thanks, Mrs Mammoth! MAMMOTH SNORTS

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To the clock!

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Thanks for the ride!

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MAMMOTH ROARS LOUDLY

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Time to head...

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Huh?

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Oh, no!

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The clock's completely frozen.

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Oh, what am I going to do?

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How am I going to melt all this ice?

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

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Maybe there's something in here that can help me.

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Sunglasses?

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No...

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Binoculars?

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A pineapple?

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What good are these things?

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They're not going to help me, are they?

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MAMMOTH ROARS

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I think she's taken a liking to my pineapple.

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Are you hungry?

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Go on, you can have it.

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I don't need it. Here you go!

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MAMMOTH TRUMPETS LOUDLY

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ICE SPLINTERS

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MAMMOTH TRUMPETS

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Thanks, woolly mammoth!

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Right... Time to head back!

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FAST TICKING

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CLOCK BELL CHIMES

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TICKING SLOWS

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Mrs Pickles! Quick!

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-Jen!

-Andy! You're back! Um...

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-I managed to turn down the heating, just like you asked.

-Well done.

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-You got the ice!

-Yes, I have.

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-We'd better hurry, Mrs Pickles is on her way.

-OK, come on.

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Ah! Morning, you two.

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-BOTH:

-Morning, Mrs Pickles.

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So... Here it is.

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The woolly mammoth display.

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Oh, well done.

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I see you've used my recipe for fake ice.

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It really does look like the real thing, doesn't it? Marvellous!

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Ooh...

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I love the way you've made it so cold in here, just like the ice age.

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Excellent idea.

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Ssh.

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See you next time.

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HE SHIVERS

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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 dons his winter coat and heads off on another prehistoric adventure, this time back 30,000 years to the last ice age. On his travels he is stalked by a cave lion, before joining some woolly mammoths on their annual migration and helping out one of the herd when they fall through a hole in the ice.


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