Preschool wildlife series. Andy and Kip embark on another wild adventure to New Zealand in search of crested penguins.
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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!
# Andy's wild adventures around the world. #
Hello, I'm Andy. I am a park keeper at Pickles Animal Park.
Today is a very special day for this little fella. He's a baby wallaby.
-His name's Joey. Say hello, Joey.
Now, when Joey was born, his mum needed a bit of help.
So, I've been helping.
Now he's ready to explore the brand new world of Wallaby Woods.
-'Come and play with us, Joey.'
-He's quite excited if not a bit nervous.
You would be if you were hopping around
in your brand new home for the first time.
-Are you ready, Joey?
-I'm ready, Andy.
-I can't wait to hop around with my new friends.
-Here you go!
Come on, come on. Off you go! He seems to like it!
-Go on, Joey, off you go.
-Go on, explore your new home.
G'day. Nice to meet you.
'Come in, Andy. Andy, come in. Over.'
That'll be Mr Pickles. Right.
Hello, Mr Pickles. Andy here, receiving loud and clear. Over.
'Hello, Andy. I was wondering if you could help me?
'I was passing the sea horses in the aquarium
'and noticed they were a bit low on seaweed.
'Do you think you could bring some over? Over.'
No problems, Mr Pickles. I'm going on my tea break
and I'll bring them straight over to you afterwards. Over.
'Thanks, Andy. Pickles out.'
-What is this you're making?
This is my completely cool Kitty Kite.
Next time we have a windy day, I'm going to take it into the garden
and you'll see the quickest kite in the world
or at least in the garden.
-I can't wait to try it out, Kip.
-Me too, I love flying kites.
-So, what have you been up to?
-I've had a great morning.
I took the baby wallaby to Wallaby Woods
to hop around for the very first time.
I know how he feels.
I'm always nervous when I do something new for the first time.
Me too. But I guess you just have to be brave.
Hey, there's one animal that has to be really brave.
Really? Which animals are those?
There are lots of them but the animals I'm thinking of
are called crested penguins and they live in New Zealand.
Yes, you should see them, Pip, they have to climb down a cliff,
walk through a forest and then they have to deal with the waves
-battering against the shore.
No wonder they are doing cartwheels and somersaults
as they try and get into the water.
Penguins doing somersaults? I'd like to see that.
You know what this means, don't you, Kip?
BOTH: Time to go on a wild adventure.
We get to see penguins going into the water for the first time.
Yeah, and we can also test out my completely cool Kitty Kite.
What are we waiting for? Let's do it.
-One, gadget pack.
Three, my completely cool Kitty Kite.
-Just in case we need it.
And last but not least, the Kipmobile.
Hit it, Kip!
-We're in space.
-So, where to, Andy?
-New Zealand, Kip.
That's where we'll find our cute crested penguins.
Then, New Zealand, here we come. Go, Cat Nav, go!
There we go, Kip. Down there. That's where the crested penguins live.
Are you sure we've come to the right place, Andy?
I thought penguins lived in really cold snowy places.
Most of them do but there's one group of crested penguins
that live here. Come on, let's land.
-This forest is beautiful.
-It certainly is, Kip.
-CAWING What's that strange sound?
-That is a kakapo.
-A kakapo, it's the world's largest parrot.
And just like penguins, they can't fly either.
The biggest parrot in the world.
Yeah. Right, come on then.
Actually, you know what? I might just stay in the Kipmobile.
-We wouldn't want it to overheat now, would we?
-I guess not, Kip.
-Be careful, Andy.
-Careful, Kip? I'm always careful. See you later.
Penguins, where are you?
Wow! A-ha! Here they are.
I've found where the crested penguins live.
They live right in the middle of the forest.
Now, it's much easier to walk around the forest
when you are as small as they are.
I'm going to shrink down to their size. Size of a crested penguin.
Perfect. Now I'm their height, I'm going to follow them.
The biggest parrots in the world, he says. But how big?
Are they as big as me? As big as a car?
Or as big as a house? Oh!
What's that? Oh no! They're coming this way!
Oh, it's not that big!
And look, they can't even fly!
But it certainly can run! See you later, kakapo.
And now we can see why they are called crested penguins.
Because it looks like they've got really long blonde eyebrows
that go all the way back.
They have got a crest of yellow feathers
that sit on their head like this.
Ah, look at the baby chick. He looks all fluffy and cute.
Oh, and the young ones over there
look like they're asking for food.
Hang on, wait for me.
It's great being this size.
It means I can go anywhere that penguins go.
They must be heading to the sea.
Isn't this great?
These penguins are going fishing for the first time.
But because they're penguins, they can't fly,
which means they have to climb down this huge cliff.
'Hi, Andy, is everything all right?'
Hi, Kip. Yes, everything is great.
I followed these penguins out of the forest.
They are climbing down this huge cliff. Look how steep it is.
They're braver than I am. How am I going to get done this cliff?
I know, my completely cool Kitty Kite.
-You can use it as a parachute and float down.
-Great idea, Kip.
You are a genius, nice one.
Right, I'm all set. I hope this works.
Ready, one, two, three. Into the wild.
Here I come, penguins. I'm floating.
Be careful down there. Make sure you don't slip.
Watch out, here I come. Prepare for landing.
I'm glad I didn't have to climb down that cliff
like these brave young penguins here.
But their adventure is still not over.
If they are going to catch some fish,
they need to jump into the ocean for the first time.
And look, here they go.
This is exactly what I wanted to show you.
Look at them, somersaulting, cartwheeling. Head over heels.
They are tough, aren't they?
Penguins have a thick layer of fat underneath their feathers
so they don't get hurt.
It acts like a cushion.
I don't have that so I am going to stay here where it is safe.
Wow! This isn't good.
I am not sure how much longer
I can hold on to this slimy seaweed for.
-It's all right, Andy, I'm coming.
Nice one, Kip, I knew I could count on you.
-See you later, penguins.
Nice one, for a moment, I thought I was going to slide off
this slippery seaweed and slip into the sea.
Not with me around. Come on, let's head home.
'Andy, come in, Andy. Andy, are you receiving? Over.'
It's Mr Pickles, the boss.
Hello, Mr Pickles, Andy here receiving loud and clear. Over.'
'Is everything all right?
'You haven't been answering your walkie-talkie. Over.'
Yes, everything is fine. I have just been...um...
Seaweed, seaweed. Andy, the seaweed.
I've just been collecting some seaweed for the seahorses, over.
-'Well done, Andy, excellent job. Pickles out.'
-What are friends for?
-See you next time.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Andy and Kip embark on another wild adventure to New Zealand in search of crested penguins.
Andy shrinks to the size of a penguin and follows them on their daily trek from the forest and down a cliff to the ocean where some chicks are going fishing for the first time. Unlike the penguins, Andy is struggling to climb down the cliff until he remembers to use Kip's latest invention, the completely cool kitty kite, which helps him fly down to the shore in order to witness this amazing spectacle.