Paraceratherium and Skin Andy's Prehistoric Adventures


Paraceratherium and Skin

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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.

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# 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...

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# And then we 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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TWIT-TWOO

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WHISTLES

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Oh, evening!

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

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I've just made this.

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It's for a brand-new display all about the skin

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and fur of prehistoric animals. Come on, I'll show you.

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BEEP BEEP!

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-Hi, Jen!

-Oh, hello, Andy.

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I've finally made the paraceratherium skin

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-for the display.

-Ah! Well, that feels great! Really bumpy.

-I know.

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Paraceratherium were huge animals.

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-We think that their skin was quite rough, just like elephants.

-Hmm.

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I'll just pop this down here. Right.

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-Doesn't seem to be fitting in.

-Careful.

-This should help.

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Oh! Andy, the leg's...broken.

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-We were just about to fix it.

-Sorry.

-Um, don't worry.

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We'll soon put it right,

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and everything'll be fantastic for Mrs Pickles.

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In fact, that reminds me, I made something as well.

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Come on, let me show you.

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Sorry.

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I wanted to show the visitors at the museum just how big

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a paraceratherium was.

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That's a paraceratherium.

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-And is that me?

-Yeah.

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And with your display, they can touch

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and feel what a prehistoric animal might have felt like.

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It's brilliant, Jen!

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-So that's me.

-Hee-hee!

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-Um, Andy? This doesn't look right.

-What?

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The paraceratherium skin's lost all its lumps and bumps.

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What's happened to it? This took me ages to make! It's gone all smooth.

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We can't show this to Mrs Pickles in the morning.

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-I know, I could print one off on my 3-D printer.

-Can you?

-Uh-huh.

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But to do that, I'd need to get a scan of a real paraceratherium skin.

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To do that you'd need to go 30 million years...

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CLOCK CHIMES

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SQUAWK SQUAWK

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..back in time. That's it!

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Jen, you stay here, I'll go get a scan of a paraceratherium skin.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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Um, but Andy, where will you...

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Hmm.

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Waistcoat! Check. Hat. Check. Backpack.

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Check! And last but not least, Gizmo.

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BEEP BEEP BEEP Check.

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To the time of the paraceratherium!

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BANG!

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Whoa!

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Ahh! Eee! Oh-ho-ho!

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Ahh!

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Woohoo!

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I've made it! I've made it. Oh. It's night-time.

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I can't see anything, but it looks like I'm in Mongolia.

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BEEP BEEP

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Well, what Mongolia would have looked like.

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30 million years ago. The time of paraceratherium.

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How am I going to scan one if I can't even see it though?

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I'll try looking over here first.

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I can't see anything. Ooft!

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I think I've found a tree. Huh.

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There must be something in my backpack that can help me.

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A-ha.

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Eh? Night-vision goggles!

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Right. Now I can see. Ha-ha. I can see...

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..some vicious hyaenodons! Oh, no! Hang on, what are they looking at?

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Oh!

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-Rargh!

-This isn't a tree, it's a Paraceratherium! Oh!

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And I'm standing right next to it!

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Rargh!

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Those hyaenodons are after a newborn baby.

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She's stomping her feet trying to scare them off.

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-Rargh!

-Oh.

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-Grr!

-Wow!

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Ah. That was close. Oh, watch out behind you, Mum!

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Rargh!

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-Grr!

-Rargh!

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THUMP

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That's it! That told that hyaenodon. Go on, clear off! Ha.

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Rargh...

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Aw! Now the paraceratherium are leaving. Hang on! Wait for me.

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I've been searching for paraceratherium all night.

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Still can't find them. You'd think the largest mammal

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to have ever walked the earth would be easy to spot.

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At this rate I'm never going to find...

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-Grr...

-Hang on. There they are!

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They're asleep!

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Now's my chance to get the scan without disturbing them.

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CRUNCH

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Oh, no. No! No, no, no. Don't wake Mum!

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No! Oh...

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She's not going to be too pleased to see me! Ah!

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-Rargh!

-Sorry! It's OK, I'm going now. Don't worry! Oh!

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Looks like she's a bit grumpy in the mornings!

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Look! That tough skin needs a bit of rough bark to scratch an itch.

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And the calf is copying Mum. That's how it learns to look after itself.

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Now's my chance.

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While she's up there nibbling on leaves,

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I can sneak in here and get my scan.

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-Rargh.

-Wow!

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The calf is learning to defend himself.

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I just wish he didn't practice on me.

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Hang on, maybe I don't need to get that close.

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If I switch on the gizmo and then put it down there,

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then hopefully the paraceratherium will walk by, and I can scan them!

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Worth a try.

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-Right.

-Rargh...

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BEEP BEEP

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-Rargh!

-Come on, little guy. This way!

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BEEP BEEP

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Oh... Well, that didn't work, did it?

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Well, at least it's not broken.

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Oh, where are they off to now?

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Oops. Aw! The calf is stuck.

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Maybe I'll give him a hand.

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And I can get my scan at the same time.

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-Uh!

-Rargh!

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Uhh!

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Ah. There we go. Ha-ha!

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Now you're up, and what's more,

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my scan's complete. Brilliant!

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And they don't mind me being around now that I've given them

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a helping hand.

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Rargh!

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CLOCK CHIMES

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The clock! The museum will be opening soon!

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I've been walking all night and all day, I'm miles away from the clock!

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How am I going to get back in time? Um...

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

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Right, what've we got? Goggles.

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Rope.

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Roller skates. Well, these will help a bit, but...

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DING!

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Unless...

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Here, boy! Come on! Come and get the rope!

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Rargh!

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There we go!

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Paraceratherium slingshot! Thanks a lot! Wow! Ha-ha-ha!

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Woohoo-hoo-hoo!

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Woohoo-hoo!

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Heh-heh-heh! Woohoo-hoo-hoo! Time to head back!

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Wow!

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CRASH

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Oh.

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-Jen! I've got the scan!

-How did you manage to...

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Don't worry about that now, Mrs Pickles is on her way.

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I need to download the scan

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-and get a print of the sample, quick!

-Uh-huh.

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BEEP BEEP

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Done!

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Good morning! I've come to see if the new display is ready.

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Here it is, Mrs Pickles.

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Oh, I have to say, Andy, your hair and skin look fantastic.

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-Oh, well, thank you, Mrs Pickles! I do try.

-No.

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I mean your woolly mammoth hair and your paraceratherium skin!

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-Ahem...

-Huh.

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Shh. 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 meets the largest mammal ever to walk the earth when he travels back to Mongolia thirty million years in the distant past. On his travels he has a night-time run-in with some hungry hyaenodons and helps a baby paraceratherium out of a sticky situation.


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