Spinosaurus and Scan Andy's Prehistoric Adventures


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# I'm Andy, and I work here at the National Museum

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# We've got dinosaurs, 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!

-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!

-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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HE WHISTLES

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Hello, my name is Andy, and I work here at the National Museum.

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We've got a new exhibit starting tomorrow about a true

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giant of the prehistoric world. Would you like to see it?

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Come on, then, I'll show you.

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Hello, Jen. Why is it so hot in here?

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The heating has gone wrong.

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It is stuck...on full power.

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-Well, that wouldn't have been a problem for this dinosaur.

-Really?

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-Why?

-Well...

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JEN STRUGGLES

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-Ah, thanks, Andy.

-This is a Spinosaurus.

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They used to live in the steamy swamps of North Africa.

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-100 million years ago.

-But that's not a Spinosaurus.

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-It hasn't got any spines.

-These are the spines.

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I found them in the storeroom.

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I think they've been there for a while.

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JEN SNEEZES

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I better put this on the model. I wouldn't want to break it.

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There we go. The spines were used to control their temperatures

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-so they wouldn't get so hot.

-They would be useful in here today, then.

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-I'm roasting.

-Of course, they were much bigger than this in real life.

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Spinosaurus was the largest carnivore to ever walk the planet.

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Even bigger than Tyrannosaurus rex.

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I would love to have a full-size version in here.

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-You'd never get it through the door, though.

-Don't worry, Andy.

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I've got a solution for that. Come on.

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I scanned every fossil of a Spinosaurus ever discovered to

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create a full-size computer model.

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I've got it stored here on this data stick.

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All I have to do is download the link onto my computer

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and we'll have a full-size Spinosaurus standing right here.

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Jen, that's amazing.

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It's funny how something so big can fit into something so small.

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-HE SNEEZES

-Ah! Uh!

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Oh, no. Oh. Sorry.

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Don't worry, Andy. These things are pretty tough.

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I'm sure it will still work.

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Downloading link.

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COMPUTER BEEPS

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Come on.

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Behold the mighty Spinosaurus.

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Oh. I guess the data stick must be

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broken after all.

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And I told Mrs Pickles we would have something spectacular to show her.

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-Can you fix it?

-I would have to rescan all the fossils.

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There isn't enough time.

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CLOCK CHIMES

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SQUAWKING

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Time. That's it. Jen, you stay here, try sort the heating out.

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I'll be back soon with a new scan of a Spinosaurus.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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But, Andy, where are you going to find a...

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Spinosaurus?

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Waistcoat. Hat. Backpack, gizmo.

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To the time of Spinosaurus!

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Woohoo! Ah!!!

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Woohoo!

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ROAR

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Whoa!

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ROAR

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I've definitely travelled back 100 million years to North Africa.

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That is a Carcharodontosaurus.

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Another huge predator dinosaur that lived at the same

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time as Spinosaurus. ROAR

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I think I better get out of here.

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Maybe there's a Spinosaurus in this forest.

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Wow, look. A herd of Ouranosaurus.

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No need to be scared, though, they eat plants, not people.

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Hello.

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Oh, no. The Carcharodontosaurus has followed me.

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I'm much too small to out run a big dinosaur like that. Um.

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Hmm!

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But these Ouranosaurus aren't.

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Maybe I can catch a ride.

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Hello!

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Um, excuse me.

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There's a hungry Carcharodontosaurus creeping up on us.

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Ya! Ya! Whoa! Whoa!

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Head for that mist - he won't be able to spot us in there! Woohoo!

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Whoa!

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GROWLING

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Ah!

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Ah! Good. I think we've lost him.

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Well done, you lot. Good job.

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Look down there.

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It's a Spinosaurus footprint. Ho-ho!

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Imagine how big it must be.

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I wonder if Spinosaurus likes to hunt Ouranosaurus.

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I'm going to stick with him, see if one turns up.

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This swampy forest is really hot and sticky.

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I could do with a nice cold shower.

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They don't seem to mind the heat, though.

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And neither does he!

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It's a Spinosaurus at last.

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Whoa. And he's massive!

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Right. I just need to get close enough to scan it with my gizmo.

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Hey. Where is he off to?

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Guess he's not hunting these Ouranosaurus after all.

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Come on, let's follow him.

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Oh!

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It can be hot work keeping up with a Spinosaurus.

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I think he must be hot, too. Look, he's stopped for a drink.

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I still don't know how I'm going to get close enough to get my scan.

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Without ending up as dinner.

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Whoa! Look.

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It didn't stop for a drink, it stopped to go fishing. Of course.

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Spinosaurus didn't just hunt on land, they hunted in the water, too.

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Hmm! That gives me an idea.

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I may not be able to sneak up on a Spinosaurus on dry land,...

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..but underwater, it's a different story.

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Oh! This is a great way to keep cool.

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Right, just need to wait for Spinosaurus to go for a swim.

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Oh, here he comes. Now's my chance. Ready.

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Got it!

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Goodbye, Spinosaurus!

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CLOCK CHIMES

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The clock. Oh, no.

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Mrs Pickles will be arriving at the museum to see the exhibit.

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I need to get back, and fast!

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Wow. It's so hot. Look.

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I've almost dried off.

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And it is starting to get really steamy now.

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How am I going to be able to find the clock

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if I can't see where I'm going? Um...

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Think...

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My backpack!

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It's always full of useful things.

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Wooden spoon. Hmm.

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Phone charger?

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What's this?

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Jen's fan? Hang on.

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Maybe I can use the fan to blow the steam away.

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It's got to be worth a try.

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BUZZING

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No, it's not strong enough.

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But if I connect it to my gizmo, then I should have enough power.

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OK. Full power.

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Here goes.

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BUZZING

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Oh. Oh. Oh. Oh!

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Whoa! Ha-ha! Whoa!

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Look, it's the clock! Ha-ha!

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Oh, look, the power lead has come loose. Uh?

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Whoa...!

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Oh, no, Mrs Pickles!

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-Good morning, Mrs Pickles.

-Good morning, Jen.

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Ah, Jen, I'm very excited to see

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what this big surprise is you've got for me.

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Finished.

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Actually, Mrs Pickles, it might not be that big after all.

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Hello, Andy.

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Ah, I see you found the old Spinosaurus model

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from the store room.

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But where's your spectacular surprise, Jen?

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Uh, it's OK, Jen, you can show Mrs Pickles.

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Oh! Another Spinosaurus.

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Incredible. What a fantastic addition to the museum.

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Well done, you two. It's just as big as a real one.

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Although, if you were this close to a real Spinosaurus,

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you'd be in hot water.

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Actually, it was rather cold. See you next time.

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-# One, two, three, four!

-Andy's prehistoric adventures

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# Andy's prehistoric adventures! #

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Andy travels 100 million years back to prehistoric times to meet the spinosaurus, a massive meat-eating dinosaur that is even bigger than the T rex! On his adventure, Andy rides a speedy ouranosaurus and takes a dip in a prehistoric river.


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