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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 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...

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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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OWL HOOTS

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HE WHISTLES

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Hi! I'm Andy. I'm in charge of the Prehistoric Gallery

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here at the National Museum.

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We're putting the final touches on a new display

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about some truly massive animals.

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Come on, I'll show you.

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-Hi, Jen.

-Oh, hi, Andy.

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I've got the projector working, but I'm not sure the data is right.

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These footprints look really strange.

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That's because the feet that made them

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-belong to prehistoric animals that don't exist now.

-Ah, I see!

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I wanted to show the visitors how big their feet were

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by comparing their own foot size. See?

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That's a great idea, Andy!

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Oh, hang on. I've forgotten to add the Paraceratherium footprint.

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The Paracera...what?

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Paraceratherium. The largest land mammals to have ever lived.

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I told Mrs Pickles I'd add them to the display.

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How can I forget something as big as a Paraceratherium?

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-Probably all those syllables.

-Yeah.

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I stored the footprint on my laptop somewhere.

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There we go.

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Taller than a double-decker bus, and heavier than five rhinoceroses

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-Five rhinos? Whoa, it was a whopper!

-It was.

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Now, we just need to load it up to your projector

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-and we're finished.

-Great.

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-Ah! Hello, you two.

-BOTH: Evening, Mrs Pickles.

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-Just checking in on the new footprint display.

-Oh, yes.

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-It will all be finished by tomorrow morning.

-I can't wait!

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Don't forget the Paraceratherium footprint.

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It's one of my favourite animals.

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-We were just about to add it to the display now.

-Excellent.

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-I knew I could count on you both.

-BOTH: Always!

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-See you tomorrow.

-Goodnight, Mrs Pickles!

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All right, we need to sort that footprint out.

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Oh!

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On three, ready?

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One...two...three.

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LAPTOP BEEPS

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Oh, no, my laptop!

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Um...

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Oh, no, it looks like the primary storage drive

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and the secondary backup mechanism have been corrupted.

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-Does that mean it's...?

-Broken. I'm afraid so.

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Where will we find a scan

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-of a Paraceratherium footprint by tomorrow morning?

-Um...

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We could add five rhino footprints together!

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Mrs Pickles would know the difference.

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We'd better think fast. We're running out of time.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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SQUAWKING

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Time!

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That's it! Jen, you stay here and find another laptop.

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I'll be back soon with another scan.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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Andy, where are you going to find a Para-ther-mor...thingy?

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Waistcoat, hat, backpack and, last but not least, gizmo!

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Check!

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To the time of Paraceratherium!

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WHIRRING

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BOOM!

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Woohoo!

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Aaahhhh!

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Woohoo!

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Whoa! Whoa!

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I've made it! Well, I almost didn't.

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I travelled back in time 30 million years

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to the time of Paraceratherium.

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And I'm in Mongolia, a part of Asia.

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So this is where Paraceratherium used to live.

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Oh!

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What a view! DISTANT SQUAWKING

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OK, I need to find that footprint and scan it with my gizmo.

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Hang on...

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That! Paraceratherium!

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A mother and a calf.

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All right. We need to get to the bottom of this canyon

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so I can join them. Um...

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All right.

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WIND HOWLS Crikey! It's a long way down.

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I'd better be careful.

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Whoa! My hat!

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Oh!

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Oh! I took so long climbing down from there

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that the Paraceratherium have just gone.

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I can't see any footprints that I can scan.

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It's too dry and dusty.

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My hat!

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Oh! Here it is.

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Hmm, and it looks like something very large has trodden on it.

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I wonder where they've gone. I'll try this way.

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What's that behind the tree?

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SNORTS

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It's the baby Paraceratherium!

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SNORTS

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Oh, sorry. Come back!

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Oh, well.

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The babies are pretty big.

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But I need a footprint from a fully-sized Paraceratherium.

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Like the mother.

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Um...

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FAINT ROAR

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That didn't sound too far away.

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HE PANTS

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The watering hole.

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I'm sure that this is where the roar came from.

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Hang on. What's that down there?

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A family of Amphicyonidae. They are having a drink!

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They are also known as bear dogs -

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carnivores that existed for millions of years.

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Wow!

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Look, it's the mother Paraceratherium!

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SHE GROWLS

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BEAR DOG WHINES

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Oh, so that's what she was doing.

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She's coming to the watering hole for a drink.

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The mud down by the water will be a perfect place

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for me to get a clear footprint.

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SQUELCHING

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Look at this!

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There are loads of great footprints here, and they're enormous!

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What was that? GRUNTING

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It's a terror pig.

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Oh. Not a very friendly character at all.

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I need to get my scan before he notices me.

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All right, shouldn't take long.

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SQUELCHING

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There we go.

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Excellent. All done.

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SCREECHING

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Oh, no. He's snuck up on me!

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Easy now. Easy!

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SNORTING AND SCREECHING

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What? Hang on a minute!

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They're not after me.

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Terror pigs are very territorial.

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They're fighting to see who's boss.

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Oh!

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Oh, what a battle!

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SCREECHING

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HE SPITS Oh!

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It's over.

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Now the loser is off to lick his wounds,

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which leaves this terror pig to turn his attention back to...

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back to me!

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GROWLS Oh, no.

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How am I going to get out of this one? Um...

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The Paraceratherium! She's not threatened by a terror pig.

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SCREECHES

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If I stay with her, I should be safe.

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You don't mind, do you?

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TERROR PIG SNORTS

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Whoa! Ho-ho. And I'm up!

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Thanks, old girl.

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SHE ROARS Whoa! And we're off!

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I guess Mum wants to get back to her little one. He needs a feed.

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I can't believe I'm riding on the back

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of the largest mammal to have ever walked the earth!

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And...we're home.

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IT SNORTS

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Ooh!

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Pff! Phew!

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It's quite a drop from all the way up there.

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Aw! The baby has been waiting for a while for a feed,

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and now Mum has come along he can have a nice drink of milk.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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The clock! Mrs Pickles will be making her way to the display!

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Oh, but the clock is all the way up there.

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How am I going to get back in time?

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Um...my backpack! It's always full of useful things.

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Scarf?

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Um...

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Spare batteries.

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Hang on. What's this?

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It's big.

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It's a ladder!

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It's a big ladder.

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Whoa.

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Oh. This ladder is never going to be tall enough

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to get me to the top of the canyon!

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IT SNORTS HE SIGHS

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How on earth am I going to get up there?

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IT SNORTS

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Whoa!

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Oh. Oh!

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That's one way of doing it!

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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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Morning, Jen. I'm off to see the new display.

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I want to compare foot sizes with a Paraceratherium.

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I need to load it into the projector.

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Laptop! Nice one, Jen.

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Wouldn't you prefer to start with the smallest foot size

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-and work your way up?

-No, straight to the biggest for me!

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Quickly. Come on!

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I wonder what shoe size a Paraceratherium would have been.

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BEEP Great.

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Oh, dear.

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No footprints. That's a shame.

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Oh.

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Oh, marvellous!

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Oh, my goodness!

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Look at the size of that Paraceratherium footprint!

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You wouldn't think a foot that size

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once stomped across the earth.

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You wouldn't believe what I went through to get it.

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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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Andy travels through time and lands 30 million years ago in Mongolia. There he meets the paraceratherium - a giant mammal which is five times the size of a rhinoceros!


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