Preschool wildlife series. Andy and Kip see ostriches in Namibia. Andy gets to see inside an ostrich egg with the help of Kip's latest invention.
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# I'm Andy the park keeper and I'm busy on my rounds
# Kip is the inventor She's the coolest cat in town
# There's things we'd like to show you
# And there's 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!
# It's Andy's wild adventures
# Round the world! #
Hello, I'm Andy, and I work as a park keeper
here at Pickles Animal Park.
# Andy, Andy, Andy. #
I look after all the animals,
and today I'm just checking on the sea lions.
Sea lions can grow up to three times heavier than me,
which is pretty heavy.
That doesn't stop them from being really fast.
-You OK, Brutus?
-Yes, there's nothing like a morning song!
In fact, sea lions can travel at a whopping 40 kilometres per hour,
which is even faster than this boat.
'Come in, Andy. Over.'
Oh, that'll be Mr Pickles, my boss.
Hello, sir, Andy here, receiving loud and clear. Over.
'I was just wondering if you'd seen the feather duster anywhere? Over.'
Oh, sorry, sir. I'm afraid not. Over.
'That's a shame. I thought I'd clean the shelves in my office.
'They're terribly dusty. Over.'
Don't worry, sir. I'm just going on my tea break
and then I'll bring one to you straight afterwards. Over.
'Great. Pickles out.'
Right, off to the workshop for a tea break.
Oh! Ha ha! Hi, Andy.
Ah, you've made yourself a new pair of sunglasses, I see.
These aren't ordinary sunglasses.
These are extra extraordinary X-ray sunglasses!
Now I can count my money -
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten -
without having to empty my piggy bank!
-Wow! Can I have a go?
So that's where I left them.
What is it, Andy? What is it?
Thought I'd lost these. Ha ha!
Oh, what have you been doing today?
I've been on the boat to check the sea lions have enough fish to eat.
They're so fast. They were faster than the boat.
But not as fast as a cheetah.
That's true. The cheetah is the fastest thing on four legs.
-Some two-legged animals are really quick too.
Have a guess.
-Er... you, when you're late for work?
The fastest thing on two legs is a lot faster than me
and taller than me, too.
Wow. I'd love to see that.
-You know what this means?
-BOTH: Time to go on a wild adventure!
We get to see the fastest animal on two legs!
We can find something
to test my extra extraordinary X-ray sunglasses on!
-Well, what are we waiting for? Come on, let's do it!
One, gadget pack!
Three, my extra extraordinary X-ray sunglasses!
Just in case we need them.
And last but not least, the Kipmobile!
Hit it, Kip!
-Woo-hoo-hoo! We're in space!
Where to, Andy?
A country in Africa called Namibia, Kip.
That's where our speedy speedsters live, under the hot African sun.
Then Namibia it is!
Go, cat nav, go!
So, what are the animals we're going to see today, Andy?
Well, take a look for yourself, Kip. They're right below us.
Yikes! What are those?
They're called ostriches.
Hang on, whoa, whoa, hang on! What's the matter, where are you going?
Away from those giant birds!
Now I know why you didn't tell me which animals we were visiting today!
You know I don't like birds, especially big ones!
Can we go home now?
No, not yet. We haven't seen the ostriches run yet!
This is much better. No giant birds, thank goodness.
Are you sure you don't want to come with me?
No, thanks. I'm fine just here.
Plus, cats like me aren't meant for hot deserts.
We've just got too much fur!
But we do like nice cool DESSERTS!
OK, then, Kip, well, I guess I'll leave you to it then.
-OK, be careful.
-Thanks, Kip! I will.
All that talk of desserts has made me peckish. Hmm-mmm!
Fish flavoured ice cream, my favourite!
Look what I've found. Ostrich eggs!
The largest eggs in the world, laid by the largest birds.
Look at them! They're about the size of melons!
Hang on a minute!
If these eggs are here, then the parents can't be far away.
Which means we get to see them run over and look after the eggs.
OK, keep your eyes open.
Got to be round here somewhere.
Well, I can't see them anywhere.
Whoa! Wow, that's amazing!
I knew they were fast but I didn't know how fast.
And this one must be a female because she has grey feathers,
whereas the male ostriches have black feathers.
Hey, Andy, how's it going? Are you all right?
I'm standing next to an ostrich right now!
Has it seen you?
Seen me? Huh!
You should see the size of her eyes, she couldn't miss me!
-They certainly are, aren't they?
In fact, they're so big, they're the same size as her brain.
Which means that she can see things really far away.
Oh, I hope it can't see me!
Poor Kip, she's the only cat I know who's actually afraid of birds!
Saying that, ostriches can be dangerous
if they think you're after their eggs.
I'm going to shrink to the size of a baby ostrich
just so she's not worried.
Size of a baby ostrich!
-Huh? Can you hear that?
It's coming from inside the eggs!
Oh, it's the chicks, they're calling their mum!
I'd love to get a closer look inside that egg.
That would be amazing.
Hey...maybe I can!
Kip's extra extraordinary X-ray sunglasses! Ha ha!
Right. Now I can take a closer look inside the eggs.
Oh, wow! These glasses are amazing.
Now I can see what's going on inside!
Aw, it's the baby chick.
Oh, and she's wriggling about with her eyes closed, calling her mum.
I think she's ready to come out.
We're going to get to see her open her eyes for the very first time.
Oh, here she comes. Hello!
Aw, just like us, ostriches have to learn how to walk before they run.
Come on, guys. You can do it!
Huh? Where's everyone gone?
Hang on! Hang on, wait for me!
Ah, no wonder they were in such a hurry.
Look - they must have been really thirsty.
Aw, they're really cute, aren't they?
And there's the mum, she's having some water now.
And there are the lions over there.
Guys, you're going to really...
They're so fast I didn't see them move!
I'm just going to go catch up with the ostriches.
Another fish-flavoured ice cream. Ha ha ha!
I've not only caught up with the ostriches,
but now I've hitched a ride with one!
Yee-ha! Now we're racing!
It says on the gizmo
we've reached up to almost 70 kilometres per hour.
This is amazing. Whoo-hoo-hooo!
We're going a bit too fast now. Can we slow down, please?
Ah, well done, Kip.
See you later, ostrich. Thanks for the ride!
Time to head home!
See you later, ostriches!
'Andy, are you receiving? Over. Come in, Andy.'
Hello, Mr Pickles. Andy here, receiving loud and clear. Over.
'Oh, hello, Andy. I was just wondering how things were going.
'I'm keen to clean the shelves but I don't have my duster.
-'Is everything all right? Over.'
-Erm, yes, everything's fine.
I've just been finding you a new feather duster!
I've got it right here! Over.
'Good on you, Andy. I knew I could count on you. Pickles out!'
See you soon!
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Andy and Kip embark on another wild adventure to see ostriches in Namibia.
Andy gets to see inside an ostrich egg with the help of Kip's latest invention, the extra-extraordinary x-ray sunglasses. He gets to see a baby chick hatch and joins the newborns as they learn to walk.
When a lion turns up, Andy makes his escape on the back of a speedy adult ostrich.