Preschool wildlife series. Andy and Kip embark on another wild adventure to see Japanese macaques in the snowy mountains of Japan.
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# I'm Andy, the park keeper and I'm busy on my round
# Kip is the inventor She's the coolest cat in town
# There's things to show you and things we'd like to know
# So climb on board the Kipmobile and ready, steady, go
# One, two, three, four
# Andy and Kip on another wild adventure
# Hey, join the crew
# Off to see the animals to find out what they do
# Yeah, you can come too
# Andy's Wild Adventures round the wo-o-o-orld. #
Mm, mm, you enjoying your orange, darling?
Oh, it's lovely.
Save some for me, oh!
Hi, I'm Andy and I work as a park keeper at Pickles' Animal Park.
It's my job to look after all the animals
and I'm just about to release a new batch
of beautiful butterflies into their brand new home.
It's a specialised, heated dome.
Yeah, I'm feeling hot in here. My wings are hot, it's hot.
It's very, very hot in here but it has to be,
because butterflies come from very hot countries.
I said it before and I'll say it again, it's hot in here!
Here we go!
Welcome to your brand new place.
-That's the last time I'm travelling box class!
Oh, you're so flappy, George.
Come on. Let's explore.
Aren't they beautiful! Welcome to your new home. Off you go.
Oh, sweet nectar!
This macaw here comes from the hot jungles
of Central and South America, which is why they need a helping hand
when the weather starts to get cold.
It is pretty chilly, isn't it?
Oh, I'm in the mood for some sunshine. Squawk!
Which is why I feed them this porridge.
It keeps them nice and warm inside and it's healthy.
It's mixed with lots of fruit,
-like blueberries, bananas and grapes.
Mm, actually, it smells yummy. Must be time for a tea break!
You all right there, Maurice? That's enough for you!
-I'll see you later.
-I don't have anything on my face, do I, Andy?
I do, don't I? Squawk-ward!
-'Andy. Andy, come in. Over.'
Oh, that'll be Mr Pickles.
Hello, Mr Pickles, Andy here. Over.
'Andy, have you remembered to feed the golden pheasants? Over.'
Er, not yet, sir, but I'm just going to go on my tea break.
I'll feed our fine feathered friends afterwards. Over.
'Thank you. Pickles out.'
Oh, hello, Andy.
Wow! What's this you're working on?
Just my latest brilliant invention -
my possibly perfect peeking pipe.
Possibly perfect peeking pipe. Huh!
What does it do?
It lets me check on the fish in my pond without getting my fur wet. Ha!
-So, what have you been up to?
I've been making sure some of the animals aren't too cold in the park.
-So, how do they keep warm in the wild?
-All sorts of ways, Kip.
Some animals lay in the sun to keep warm, like lizards.
There are some animals that ruffle their feathers, like birds,
and there's even a clever monkey that lives in a place
that's freezing cold, and the way it keeps warm
is by taking a nice warm bath.
Monkeys having baths!
-You know what this sounds like, don't you?
-I certainly do, Kip.
BOTH: Time to go on a wild adventure.
We get to watch snow monkeys in the hot springs.
And we could test out my possibly perfect peeking pipe!
My possibly perfect peeking pipe.
-Just in case we need it.
And last, but not least, The Kip-Mobile.
Hit it, Kip!
-Woo! We're in space!
So, where to, Andy?
The mountains of Japan, Kip! That's where we'll find the snow monkeys.
Then Japan it is! Go Cat-Nav, go! Waa!
Wow! Those are beautiful mountains!
They're called the Japanese Alps, and they're full of animals.
By the way, these snow monkeys -
they're not dangerous, are they?
Well, if you get them cross, maybe. If you get too close to them
and they don't know you. Nah, you'll be fine!
Right. Well, er...
Hey, I've got a great idea!
Why don't we land here and you go on alone?
Oh, well don't you want to see the snow monkeys?
Of course but, er, but, well, I was just worried
that the engine might freeze
and then we wouldn't be able to get back.
All right, Kip. No problem.
Right, well, then, I guess we'd better laa-and!
Right, Kip. Time for me to go.
-OK. But call me if you need anything.
-Oh, and, Andy?
-Ah, I always am, Kip!
This is the life. Out in the wilderness with lovely fresh air!
Now all I've got to do is find some snow monkeys.
Snow monkeys, where are you?
I think I've found them!
Hey, you cheeky monkey, stop monkeying around, I'm cold enough.
Look, can you stop throwing snowballs and show me
where the hot springs are?
Oo, that worked, they're off.
Oh, I guess I follow them now. Hang on!
Hah, those monkeys really are cheeky.
And they're really good at throwing.
Look at that fox!
All these animals in the snow. Brrr!
And they're not even cold. Brrrr!
Well, now I'm really, really cold. But look!
I've found the hot spring...
..with lots of snow monkeys in it!
This is exactly what I wanted to show you!
Time to get these off and join them for a dip!
All right, good to see you. Nice, hello.
Oh, that's better.
There's nothing like being in a nice hot spring
to warm you up on a snowy and cold day.
Ah! Ho, ho.
Oh, look at her! It's so warm in here that her face has turned pink!
Oh, I forgot, I don't want to attract their attention
because they can get quite grumpy with strangers. Ahem!
I'm going to do what they do and try fit in.
Now, to show that they like each other,
they groom each other's fur,
which means picking the bugs from their fur and eating them.
Er, but I'm not going to eat mine, no. Anybody?
Fancy a bug?
How's it going, Andy?
Ah, it's going really well, Kip.
I'm in a hot spring right now,
monkeying around with the snow monkeys. Take a look!
What do they eat, Andy?
They eat lots of the same foods that we eat - fruit, berries, seeds.
In fact, that's why they're going under the water,
to eat the seeds that have landed in the pool and sunk to the bottom.
And I'd show you them doing it but I don't really want
to take my eyes off these guys.
Just in case they get a bit grumpy whilst I'm under the water.
You could always use the possibly perfect peeking pipe.
Um, I'm just going to...
Right, so round here somewhere...
Oh, there it is. Ah, ha!
Ha, ha. Because of Kip, now I can see
what the macaques are doing above the water and...
below the water, too!
Like this guy!
Wow, Kip, this is even better than I expected.
Oh, there you go, that's it.
Ooh, nearly got one. Ooh, just missed it.
Ah, this is amazing.
Come on, you can do it. Yay, well done.
And another. Ho, ho, he's hungry.
Mmm, I bet that's tasty. Aw!
I have got to give this a try.
Not as easy as it looks.
Yes. Ah, there we go.
You see, macaques, I can do it too!
They don't like me taking their food.
Erm, I might need some help here.
It's all right, Andy, I'm coming!
Ah, well done, Kip.
See you later, macaques!
Thanks, Kip. Perfect timing!
Oh, well, that's what I'm here for!
Time to go home.
-'Come in, Andy. Are you there? Over.'
Oh. Uh-oh. That'll be Mr Pickles.
Hello, Mr Pickles. Andy here, receiving loud and clear. Over.
'Is everything all right, Andy?
'I thought you were going to feed the golden pheasants. Over.'
Yes, Mr Pickles, everything's just fine.
I've just been finding some seeds for them to eat.
'Well done, Andy. I knew I could count on you. Good job!
Phew, that was lucky! See you next time.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Andy and Kip embark on another wild adventure to see Japanese macaques in the snowy mountains of Japan. Andy finds the macaques bathing in steaming hot springs and joins them for a nice warm dip. Soaking in the steaming water, he watches the monkeys groom each other and find food underwater using only their feet. Naturally, Andy tries his hand at both.