Andy and the Chipmunk Andy's Safari Adventures


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Andy and the Chipmunk

Preschool wildlife series. When Mr Hammond accidentally breaks some acorns in the Jungle Den, Andy must jet off in his safari-mobile to collect some more.


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# I'm Andy, come along and see Safari World with me

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# We've got animals from right across the planet roaming free

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# Jen's in the control tower, Mr Hammond runs the show

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# Come on, my adventures Ready, steady, go

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# One, two, three, four

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# Come along on Andy's safari adventure

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# Hey, join the crew!

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# Meeting lots of animals from all around the world

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# Yeah, you can come too!

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# When disaster strikes and there must be no delay

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# With Safarimobile Pete, it's time to save the day

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# With my gizmo, pack and hat, I get ready to fly

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# In a magic flash of light, I shoot up into the sky

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# One, two, three, four

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# Come along on Andy's safari adventure

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# Hey, join the crew!

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# Discover lots of animals from all around the world

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# Yeah, you can come too!

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# Come on Andy's safari adventure

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# Andy's safari adventures. #

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Hi, I'm Andy, and I work here at Safari World.

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We look after animals from all over the planet.

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Good morning!

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I'm very excited today because we're welcoming a brand-new guest,

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a very cheeky little creature from North America.

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First, I just need to grab a few things at the jungle den.

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Hello, Mr Hammond.

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Hello, Andy. I hear we've got some new animals arriving today.

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-Yes, the chipmunks.

-The chipmunk. Latin name Tamias striatus.

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A rather fine example of the diminutive downy den dweller.

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-Erm, sorry?

-They're small and furry and they live underground.

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Oh. Oh, yes! I've been looking up chipmunks in my animal encyclopaedia

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to find out how to make our new guests feel right at home.

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I've got some straw, so they can make a nice warm den.

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A log, for a lookout post.

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And I just need to find out what their favourite food is.

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Oh, I can help you there, Andy. It's acorns.

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They're crazy about the things. Can't get enough of them.

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Like to stick them in their cheeks like this.

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Oh, great! Well, in that case,

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I think I've got some acorns at the back of the cupboard.

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And make sure you don't put them too near the owl enclosure.

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Some owls like to eat chipmunks.

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That wouldn't make our new guests feel very welcome at all.

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-Yes. Here they are.

-There's one owl in particular who

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loves to gobble them up. Now what was it called again?

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Oh, well, why don't you have a look in my animal encyclopaedia?

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Oh, good idea, Andy.

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LAPTOP RINGS

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Jen to Andy. The helicopter carrying our new chipmunks is approaching

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the island. They'll be here in 15 minutes.

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Thanks, Jen. I've got everything ready. Straw, a log, and...

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CRUNCH

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..acorns.

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-Sorry.

-Those were the only acorns we had, Mr Hammond.

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Well, what are we going to do?

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I don't want our new guests to feel unwelcome.

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-Well, there is one place you can get some more, Andy.

-Where?

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You mean...?

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Great idea, Jen. Time to go on a safari adventure.

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Don't worry, Mr Hammond, I'll be straight back with more acorns

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before you can say "de-mine-you"...de-min...

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..before you can say what you said before.

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Right.

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Now what was that owl called?

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Waistcoat, check.

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Hat, check.

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Backpack, check.

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Gizmo...

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GIZMO BEEPS

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..check.

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-Co-ordinates set, switching to flight mode.

-Thanks, Jen.

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Engaging boosters. Here we go!

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HE LAUGHS

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Next stop, North America!

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Yes! I've made it.

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According to my scans, you've arrived in Canada.

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Hmm, it's going to be a bit tricky to land with all these trees around.

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-There's a clearing two miles ahead.

-Nice one, Jen.

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Don't forget, you need to be back here

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before our new chipmunks arrive.

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Don't worry, I'll be there.

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-Over and out.

-Good luck.

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Acorns are the nut of the oak tree.

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They're packed full of energy,

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I guess that's why the chipmunks love them so much.

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Well, there are plenty of acorns high up in the trees but I can't see

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any down here on the ground.

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Oh, but I can see a chipmunk.

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Maybe he can show me where some acorns are.

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Hello.

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Oh. No?

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I think I frightened him off.

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Maybe if I shrink down, I won't be so scary.

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To the size of a chipmunk.

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Ah, there we go. That's better.

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Now, where did he go?

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Whoa!

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Oh, of course! Chipmunks live underground in burrows.

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It keeps them safe and warm during winter time.

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And it's a great place for them to store their acorns.

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Although this guy doesn't seem to have many.

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I better not take any of his.

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Hang on. Where's he off to?

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Wait for me.

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Whoa, look at him go!

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It's going to be hard keeping up.

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Wait for me!

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Oh, at last. Now I can catch my breath.

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Oh, it's quite spooky in this part of the forest.

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Mind you, I've got lots of acorns to choose from.

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I wonder why all the other chipmunks haven't tried to grab them.

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That's why! It's a horned owl!

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Of course, that's the owl that Mr Hammond was trying to remember.

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It says here that the horned owl loves to eat small mammals,

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like chipmunks.

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I'm small. Like a chipmunk.

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They have super sensitive hearing, my furry little friend.

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So we need to be extra quiet.

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GIZMO BEEPS

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Hello, Andy? I'm just checking to see how you're getting on.

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Our new chipmunks will be here in 10 minutes.

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Sorry, Jen, now's not the time. I'll call you back later.

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Hang on a minute.

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Where's he gone?

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I'm far too slow to outrun an owl.

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Erm, excuse me, you couldn't give me a lift, could you?

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OK, my friend, come on, the owl's behind us.

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The owl's behind us! Run!

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Quickly, little one. Faster!

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What a ride.

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Well, it looks like we're safe,

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but I still need to get some acorns.

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THUDDING Whoa! Oh, what now?

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Whoa.

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It's a moose!

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Whoa! Moose are huge when you're normal-sized,

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but when you're small like a chipmunk, they're gigantic.

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Uh-oh!

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Ooh, moose drool!

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MOOSE BLEATS

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Oh, no, all the shaking is making the acorns fall from the trees.

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Quick, take cover everyone!

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FROG CROAKS

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Well, I've heard of hailstorms before, but never an acorn storm.

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Oh, where is he off to?

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Ah, well, at least there are plenty of acorns for both of us now.

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Come on, I'll give you hand taking them back to your den with you.

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Oh, look. He's using his cheeks to store the acorns.

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One...

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..two...

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..three...

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..four. Surely not any more.

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Five! That is one big mouth.

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I think I'll stick to one.

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There we go. That's more than enough acorns to last through winter.

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Now what I need to do is head up to the surface,

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grab some of my own acorns, then head back to Safari World.

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Thanks, Mr Chipmunk.

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GIZMO BEEPS

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Back to normal size.

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Yes!

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Don't forget the acorns. See you, my friend.

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Time to head back.

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Quick, Andy. The chipmunk's helicopter is landing.

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DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYS

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Ah, Andy, I found out which owl likes to eat chipmunks.

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-Oh, the horned owl.

-Yes, that's right.

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LAPTOP BEEPS

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Andy, the chipmunks have arrived

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and are on the way to the forest dome.

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Great, thanks Jen.

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I'll meet them there with the straw, the log, and the acorns.

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Well done, Andy. Where did you find the acorns in the end?

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Oh, I, erm...

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I found them in the underground storeroom.

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I didn't know we had an underground storeroom.

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It's very small.

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Well, you might say, diminutive.

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See you next time.

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When park boss Mr Hammond accidentally breaks some acorns in the Jungle Den, it's up to Andy to jet off in his safari-mobile to Canada and collect some more. He shrinks down to embark on an epic adventure with a chipmunk, discovering its underground den. Along the way, he also meets a moose and must escape from a horned owl.