Grizzly Bears Andy's Wild Adventures


Grizzly Bears

Preschool wildlife series. Andy and Kip embark on a wild adventure to see grizzly bears in Alaska. Andy tries a spot of fishing but finds it harder than he thought.


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# I'm Andy the park keeper 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 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 to find out what they do

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# Yeah, you can come, too!

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# It's Andy's wild adventures

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# Round the world! #

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Come on, guys.

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Come on, Wilfred.

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Hello. I'm Andy, and I work here at Pickles' Animal Park.

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It's my job to look after the animals

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and make sure they have enough food to eat.

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Today I'm visiting a few of the animals that like to eat fish,

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like these wolves.

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Come on, guys. There we go.

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Wolves are actually scavengers,

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so in the wild they'll eat anything in front of them.

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Food is great!

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Here at the park, we like to feed them this as a special treat.

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Here you go, Wilfred. That OK there for you, Wilfred?

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Oh, what a catch! Oh, I shouldn't speak with my mouth full.

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More food. Did I say that out loud? I'm so embarrassed.

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There are other animals that like to eat fish a lot more than wolves.

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Sea lions.

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Isn't that right, Sally?

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You know us so well. Let's have another.

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These guys are used to living in the sea and not freshwater lakes.

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That's why we give them salt tablets.

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Oh, so that's why we love salt.

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There we go. All right then, guys,

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I think that's enough. See you later.

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Hey, everyone! We eat salt cos we used to live in the sea!

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Harry, you're just so embarrassing. Bye, Andy.

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'Come in, Andy. Come in. Over.'

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That'd be Mr Pickles.

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Hello, Mr Pickles. Andy here. Over.

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'Hello, Andy. I've just been doing the rounds of the park and wondered'

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'if you'd fed the pelicans yet. Over.'

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Not yet, sir. I'll just go on my tea break,

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then I'll get straight to it. Over.

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'Smashing. Speak later, then. Pickles out.'

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Ah, hello, Kip.

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KIP LAUGHS

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Hello, Andy!

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Oh, my butterfly net. I thought this was broken.

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It was, which is why I've worked on it a bit more

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and turned it into a fantastically fabulous fishing net.

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I still have to test it, but then you can use it

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to move the fish from the old pond to the new pond.

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Oh, good idea, Kip!

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So, what have you been up to?

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I've just fed the wolves and the sea lions.

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Sea lions? You mean there are lions that live in the sea?

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No! They're not actual lions, Kip, they're just called sea lions.

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Oh. Well, OK. So what do these sea lions eat?

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They love eating fish. They're very good at catching them, too.

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Well, I'm not surprised!

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It can't be difficult catching fish

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when you spend all your time underwater.

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They should try catching fish with a net like me.

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-That's much more difficult.

-True.

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But other animals live out of the water

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and catch fish, and they don't even have a net.

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-Really?

-Absolutely.

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In fact, in the beautiful mountains of North America,

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grizzly bears come down to the river to catch fish,

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and they just use their teeth and their bare paws.

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-It's one of nature's most amazing sights.

-I'd love to see that.

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You know what this means?

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BOTH: Time to go on a wild adventure!

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We could watch bears fishing.

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And we could test out my fantastically fabulous fishing net.

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In that case, let's go!

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-One - gadget pack.

-Check.

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Two - gizmo.

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Check.

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Three - my fantastically fabulous fishing net.

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Check.

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Just in case we need it.

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And last but not least, the Kipmobile!

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Seatbelts on.

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Hit it, Kip!

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Lift off!

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Woahhh!

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Woo-hoo! We're in space!

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You've got the whole Earth to choose from, Andy.

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So where did those bears live?

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Alaska, Kip, in north America. That's where we'll find grizzlies.

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Then Alaska it is.

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Go, cat-nav, go!

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Aargh!

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Hey, look, Kip.

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Alaska!

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The biggest state in the whole of America.

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Reindeer!

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Or caribou, as they call them here.

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Oh, wow. There are hundreds of them.

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Yes, and they're all after some tasty fresh grass to eat.

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-But what we need is to find some grizzlies.

-Yeah!

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Do you see any?

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No, but I know a great way of finding them.

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Follow their food!

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Which is?

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Salmon.

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There's salmon all right, Kip. I can just follow them.

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I'm sure we'll find some hungry grizzlies eventually.

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Hungry?

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You coming?

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Er...well, I'm fine, thanks.

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We cats aren't too keen on water,

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especially water filled with... er, grizzly bears.

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I might just stay behind and make sure that the Kipmobile's OK.

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All right then, Kip.

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-But Andy.

-Yeah?

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Be careful.

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-These aren't teddy bears you're dealing with.

-Thanks, Kip.

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Oh, wow.

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These Alaskan rivers are full of fish, especially salmon.

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And grizzly bears love eating salmon.

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So if I follow these guys,

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I should eventually find some grizzly bears.

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Activate rocket pack. Underwater mode.

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And just so the fish aren't scared,

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size of a salmon.

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Wow. Now I'm the size of a salmon,

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time to find some grizzlies.

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COMPUTER BLEEPS

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Here, fishy, fishy.

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Come to Kippy!

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Oh! Oh!

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I've got one!

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Oh.

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Or at least, I did.

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SHE SIGHS

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Hmmm.

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Oof! Look.

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We've found the grizzlies!

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Look!

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He's picking the fish up with his feet,

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so he doesn't get his ears wet.

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This is amazing.

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Let's go upriver to see if we can find more bears fishing. Come on!

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Ahhh. Where are you, Andy?

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'Andy? Are you all right?'

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Yes, I'm fine, Kip.

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I've grown back to normal size, and guess what?

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The plan worked!

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I followed the salmon all the way back to the grizzlies.

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And look! They're catching fish.

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Wow! That's amazing.

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Back at Pickles' Park, I feed the sea lions and wolves their fish,

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but here in the wild, the grizzly bears have to catch it themselves,

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right out of the air.

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Oh, I'd love to do this.

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I wonder if I can have a go?

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There's only one way to find out.

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Right...

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Wow! This is...

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BEAR GROWLS

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This is amazing.

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Now, when I go fishing, I use a fishing rod.

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But these bears can't do that,

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cos they don't have thumbs like I do.

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I'm going to do it their way. I mean, how hard could it be?

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All right?

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Just doing some mouth exercises.

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Ready.

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Wow! They really do come from all kinds of directions.

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Right. Time to try it.

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Oh! It's not as easy as it looks, you know. Ah!

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Hang on a minute.

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Kip's fantastically fabulous fishing net!

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Ha ha! That should do the trick.

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Ha ha! Right. Now to give it another go.

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Come on, then, fish.

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Oof! No.

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Almost!

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Oh, that was lucky.

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Ha ha! Look at that, huh?

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Look! I caught one.

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-BEAR GROWLS

-Ha ha!

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BEARS GROWL

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Oh, no. It's all right, I'm going to put it back.

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Oh, no, I know the fish are for you. It's all right. Look.

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See, look, it's gone now.

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Just little old me. No-one else.

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Not going to catch any more fish.

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(Uh-oh.)

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Kip!

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It's all right, Andy.

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'I'm coming.'

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Nice one, Kip. I can always count on you.

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Andy, upload!

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See you later, bears. Bye-bye! Enjoy catching fish!

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Brrr!

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-Thanks. That was really close!

-Oh, well.

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That's what I'm here for.

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Ha ha. Come on.

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Let's get you home.

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Woo-hoo!

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'Andy, are you there? Over.'

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Uh-oh. Mr Pickles.

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'Andy, come in.'

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

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'At last. I've been trying to get hold of you for ages, Andy.'

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'Have you got any food for those hungry pelicans yet? Over.'

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Well, you see, Mr Pickles, I've just been... huh?

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I've just been finding some fish for them to eat.

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I've got them right here. Over.

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'I knew I could count on you, Andy. Pickles out.'

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Ha ha! See you next time.

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Andy and Kip embark on a wild adventure to see grizzly bears in Alaska. To get close to the bears, Andy shrinks to the size of a salmon and swims with them upstream where the bears are waiting. Andy tries a spot of fishing, just like the bears, but finds it much harder than he had expected!


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