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Ophthalmosaurus and Painting

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I'm Andy and I work 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 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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You'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

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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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Hi, I'm Andy,

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and I'm in charge of the prehistoric gallery at the National Museum.

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We're opening a brand-new dinosaur display tomorrow morning.

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I'm just about to add the final touches.

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-Hi, Jen.

-Oh, hi, Andy.

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I was just admiring your fish.

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I love fish. Guess what my favourite type is.

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Um... Flying fish?

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-Swordfish?

-No.

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Poached or grilled.

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Actually, I've got... a beauty here for my supper.

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I imagine this one would have made quite a few fish fingers, though.

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Look at the size of it.

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Well, actually, this isn't a fish at all.

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It's a fossil of a reptile called ophthalmosaurus.

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-A reptile? Like a snake or a lizard?

-Exactly.

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This is just a baby,

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but the adults were much bigger than this,

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-almost as big as an elephant.

-Wow!

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And this...is a painting of a baby ophthalmosaurus.

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It belongs to Mrs Pickles.

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She said that we could use it for the display,

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-so we need to take extra-special care.

-Hm.

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It's a bit spooky, its eyes seem to follow you around the room.

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Yeah, I know.

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That's because ophthalmosaurus eyes were enormous.

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Did you load those files I sent you into the display?

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-Yes.

-Then I can show you.

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KEYBOARD CLICKS

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Oh, if I can get it to work.

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You need to engage the central energy network

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via the primary power interface.

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-Sorry?

-You need to plug it in.

-Oh!

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BEEPING Ah, thank you.

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Ophthalmosaurus had huge eyes, as big as a grapefruit.

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They needed them for when they were hunting squid

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in the deep, dark oceans, where there was almost no light at all.

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Ah, oh, don't worry about that.

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I'll clean that later. Thanks.

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We don't want to get polish on the painting, now.

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Well, I think it's almost time for my supper.

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Oh!

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-Are you OK?

-Uh-huh.

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-Oh, no!

-The picture!

-My fish supper!

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-Oh.

-Look.

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-It's ruined.

-Oh!

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What's Mrs Pickles going to say? She'll be so upset.

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It's not as if we can paint a new one.

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Not by tomorrow morning. There isn't enough time.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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CLANKING

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Time.

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That's it! Jen, you're a genius. You stay here and sort things out.

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I'll be back soon with a new picture.

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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. Hat.

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Check. Backpack.

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Check. And last but not least...gizmo.

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Check.

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To the time of ophthalmosaurus!

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Oh!

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Woohoo-hoo!

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Ahh!

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Woohoo!

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I've made it!

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I've travelled back 150 million years.

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Ohh!

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Right, all I need to do is to find a baby ophthalmosaurus,

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take its picture, and then I can replace Mrs Pickles' painting.

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I'm not going to find one on this dry land, though.

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I wonder where the ocean is.

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Whoa!

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What was that?

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It's a ramforinkus,

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a type of flying reptile.

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And look!

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It's using its sharp teeth

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to try and pull insects from the bark of that tree over there.

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And if I remember rightly...

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Yes!

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Ramforinkus also used its sharp teeth for catching fish.

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Maybe it knows where the sea is, then.

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Oh! Hang on.

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Wait for me.

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A beach! Thanks, ramforinkus.

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SQUEAKING

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Right, well, ophthalmosaurus might be big,

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but it's still going to be tricky to find one in this huge ocean.

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ANDY GASPS

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Yes!

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It's an ophthalmosaurus.

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Right...

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Time for a little dip.

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There's hundreds of ophthalmosaurus here.

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They're much faster than me.

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It's quite hard keeping up.

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I can't see any babies around here.

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Oh. She doesn't seem to be going anywhere.

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Oh.

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Oops. Looks like she's going to the toilet.

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Hang on. No, she's not.

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She's giving birth.

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Oh, wow! This is amazing.

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A baby ophthalmosaurus,

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just like the one in Mrs Pickles' painting.

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Right, I've got to get a picture.

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Oh, hang on. No, don't go.

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Oh, no, I forgot. They're reptiles, they're not fish.

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They can't breathe for very long underwater,

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so they need to surface for air.

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Come on.

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Oh.

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I don't think you can eat that.

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Ammonite shells are much too hard to break into.

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I'll tell you what,

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this will make a great picture, though, for Mrs Pickles' painting.

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BEEPING

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Perfect.

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Just in time, before that shark over there got into shot.

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Shark! Come on, little friend, swim for the rocks.

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In there.

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Phew! That was close.

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There's more ophthalmosaurus down here.

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They must be hunting squid.

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ANDY CHUCKLES Right, time to head...

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..back.

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Oh, no.

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I was so busy watching ophthalmosaurus,

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I can't remember which way I came in.

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Um...

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It's too dark, I can't see anything.

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Hang on.

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Of course! Ophthalmosaurus!

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They can see much better than me with their big eyes.

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If I follow one of them, they might lead me out.

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It worked!

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CLOCK CHIMES

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I can hear the clock.

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Oh, no, I'm miles away.

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How am I going to get back to the museum in time?

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

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An apple?

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No.

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A mallet?

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No.

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A mop?

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This isn't going to help me either.

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Uh...

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I wish I could swim as fast as an ophthalmosaurus.

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Hang on.

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It looks a bit like a squid.

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Yes!

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That gives me an idea.

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Right, come on, you lot.

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Come and get your dinner.

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A nice, tasty squid.

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That's it.

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Ahhh!

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Whoa!

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Woohoo-hoo-hoo!

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Woohoo-hoo-hoo!

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Whoa!

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Time to head back.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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Oh, Mrs Pickles!

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-Good morning, Mrs Pickles.

-Good morning, Jen.

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I can't wait to see my painting on display.

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Did it take you long to paint, Mrs Pickles?

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Ooh, yes. It took me weeks to paint it.

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Come on.

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Yes! Go.

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-Hello, Andy.

-Hello, Mrs Pickles.

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Oooh! This is fabulous.

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Let's have a proper look at my painting, then.

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Ah! It's better than I remember. Very realistic.

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Hm.

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There's something fishy here.

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Oh, no, Mrs Pickles, it's not a fish.

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-It's a reptile.

-No, not the painting. That smell.

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-SHE SNIFFS

-What is it?

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Smells like...the sea.

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You look like you've been swimming in it.

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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 plunges into an underwater prehistoric adventure, 150 million years back in time, as he searches for a swimming reptile that's the size of an elephant! But after being chased by a scary shark, he finds himself lost at sea.


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