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# I'm Andy, the park keeper

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# And I'm busy on my rounds

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# Kip is the inventor She's the coolest cat in town

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# There's things we'd like to show you

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# And there's things we'd like to know

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# So climb on board the Kipmobile

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# And ready, steady, go

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# One, two, three, four

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# Andy and Kip on another wild adventure

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# Hey, join the crew

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# Off to see the animals and find out what they do

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# Yeah, you can come, too

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# It's Andy's Wild Adventures round the world! #

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Hi, I'm Andy, and I work here at Pickle's Animal Park.

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It's my job to look after all the animals,

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and today it's colder than a polar bear's nose, let me tell you.

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So I'm off to see if the animals are OK and not too chilly.

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Come on, Terence. Time for a bath.

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I'm at the home of the tortoise here at the park.

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It's really important to keep the tortoise's shell clean,

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because it has thousands of tiny little holes that we can't see

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that the sun shines through and warms the tortoise up.

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So that's why I'm clearing all the holes and scrubbing the shell down.

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There we go, Terence! How does that feel?

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Oh, it's very ticklish, Andy!

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Oh, yeah, just up there. Just to the right. That's the spot!

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These are my friends, Octavius and Oscar,

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and they are otters, which means they have two layers of fur

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to keep themselves warm in the cold water.

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The outer layer is waterproof.

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And the inner layer is soft and thick.

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Well, all in all, it sounds like a great way to keep warm!

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-RADIO:

-Andy? Are you there, Andy? Over.

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Hello, Mr Pickles. Andy here, over.

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Hello, Andy. The freezer's broken in the seal enclosure.

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I was wondering if you could take a look at it

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before all the frozen fish defrosts and starts to smell! Over.

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Absolutely no problem, Mr Pickles. I'll get straight to it.

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I'm just going to go on a tea break first. Over.

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Marvellous. Pickles out.

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-Hello, Kip.

-Hello, Andy.

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Ah, what's that you're working on? That looks interesting.

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Ah! It's just my latest invention.

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A basically brilliant bird alarm!

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Wow! That's amazing! What's it for?

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Ah! It's for my garden. Now all I need to do is test it!

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How about you? What have you been doing?

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Me? Well, I've been to see the otters and the tortoises

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to make sure they're nice and warm.

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It's really cold out there.

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Actually, that bird alarm has reminded me -

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I need to check on the birds, too.

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I guess otters have got their thick fur,

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but Andy, how do birds keep warm?

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All sorts of ways, Kip.

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Some of them keep warm by laying in the sun,

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some of them ruffle their feathers,

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and other birds have different tricks up their sleeves. Or wings.

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Really? Like what?

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There are these birds called emperor penguins,

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and they live in a place that's so cold

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and so completely covered in snow

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that they've learned to keep warm in different ways.

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Why don't they fly somewhere warm?

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-Because penguins can't fly, Kip.

-What? A bird that can't fly?

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-Are you sure?

-I'm absolutely positive.

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They use their wings for swimming instead. Like flippers.

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-You know what this sounds like, don't you?

-Yes, I do, Kip.

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BOTH: Time to go on a wild adventure!

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We get to see emperor penguins, and see how they keep warm.

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-And you can test my bird alarm!

-Come on, Kip. Let's do it!

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-One, gadget pack.

-Check!

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-Two, gizmo.

-Check!

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Three, my basically brilliant bird alarm! Ha-ha-ha!

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-Just in case we need it.

-Check!

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And last but not least, the Kipmobile!

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Seat belts on!

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Hit it, Kip!

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Lift off!

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Woo-hoo-hoo! We're in space!

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So, where to, Andy?

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You see that big patch of white down there at the bottom?

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That's Antarctica.

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It's white because it's covered in ice and snow,

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and that's where the penguins live.

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Antarctica, here we come!

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Go, cat-nav, go!

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Coming in to land!

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-Brrr!

-I don't see anything, Andy!

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Are you sure we're in the right place?

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Kip, Antarctica is one of the coldest,

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driest and windiest places on Earth.

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There's only a few animals that can survive here.

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We've come to see one of the few. They're over there -

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the emperor penguins.

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You ready, Kip? Let's go and see how emperor penguins keep warm!

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Or, you could go, and I could keep a lookout for polar bears.

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Polar bears? Polar bears don't live here, Kip.

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They live in the Arctic, not the Antarctic.

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Oh, well, you can never be too careful.

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Besides, it's too cool for cats out there.

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OK, well, you stay here, and we'll go and see the emperor penguins.

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Phew! Er, I mean, fine!

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-But, Andy?

-Yes?

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-Be careful.

-We will, Kip.

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Hey!

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Cheeky!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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ANDY GASPS

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It really is cold out here.

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It's a good thing I'm wearing my nice warm jacket!

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Although I'm sure I'm not as warm as they are.

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But to show you how they keep warm, I'm going to need

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to get closer, and to do that,

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I'm going to need to shrink down to their size.

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So, here goes. Size of an emperor penguin!

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Ah, that's better. Now I should be able to fit right in.

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OK.

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These guys have a really thick layer of fat

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underneath their feathers to help them keep warm.

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I'm following these penguins to get to the rest of the group,

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where they all huddle together to get even warmer.

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Oh, look at that!

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Oh, I've got to give that a try, that looks like great fun!

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Here goes.

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Wheeee!

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Brrr!

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Well, that was definitely a lot quicker than walking,

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and a lot more fun, too, but now I'm freezing!

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I need to do what the emperor penguins do,

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and get myself into the middle of that group over there,

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where it's nice and warm and I can shelter from the wind. Brrr!

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Excuse me! Coming through. Oh, sorry! Oh, that was my foot!

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Sorry! Thank you!

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That's better. This is much warmer!

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You know, these penguins, they're not just trying

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to keep themselves warm,

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they're trying to keep something else warm, too. Look!

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One's hatching!

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Kip! Kip! Take a look at this.

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There's a baby penguin hatching, and his father's feeding him. Look!

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Oh, that's amazing, Andy!

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But how do they keep warm now they've hatched out?

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Well, you see, Kip, the older chicks have lots of soft feathers,

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so when they run around, they don't get too cold, like I am.

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But the younger ones have to be kept warm all the time, like this.

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Oh, I wish I could do that!

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It must be really snuggly and cosy under there.

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Hey, I've got a good idea!

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Size of a baby emperor penguin!

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Here goes.

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Right! Now to get cosy and warm.

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Hey! Hey, stop it, it's tickling me!

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Ah, that's it! Now I'm lovely and warm!

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Oh, no! Looks like a snowstorm's coming!

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Andy! Are you there? Come in, Andy!

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ANDY YAWNS

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Sorry, Kip. I must have fallen asleep.

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Where are you?

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Well, if I remember correctly, I'm sitting underneath a penguin,

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and I'm all cosy and warm.

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Well, it's freezing out here, and what's worse,

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there's a snowstorm on the way!

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OK, Kip. I'm coming out.

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-Oh, one question, though.

-Yes?

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-How do I get out?

-I know!

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The basically brilliant bird alarm! That should do the trick!

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Well done, Kip! Good idea.

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OK.

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Ah, there we go. Ready?

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HORN BLARES

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It's working!

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Ah, that's better! I'm out! But now I'm really cold!

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Kip!

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Kip, can you come and get me, please? I'm freezing!

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-Kip!

-BEEP-BEEP!

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Yeah!

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Well done, Kip. I can always count on you!

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Andy, upload!

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Thanks, penguins, for keeping me warm!

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Ha-ha!

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Well, don't worry, Andy.

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I'll put the heaters on full, and you can defrost on the way home!

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Thanks, Kip!

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Andy? Are you there, Andy? Over.

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Uh-oh! That'll be the boss, Mr Pickles!

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Hello, Mr Pickles! Andy here, receiving loud and clear. Over.

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Where have you been, Andy?

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The freezer is still broken and the frozen fish are beginning to smell!

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-Over.

-Erm, I've just been getting some, erm...

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I've just been getting some ice! Over.

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Oh, smashing, Andy. Just what we need. Pickles out!

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Phew!

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See you next time!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Andy takes Kip on a wild adventure to see emperor penguins in Antarctica. He huddles up in a group of penguins to try and stay warm and even finds a cosy spot under one of the daddies, which ends up being a little bit too comfy.


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