Black Bears Andy's Wild Adventures


Black Bears

Preschool wildlife series. Andy takes Kip on a wild adventure to see black bears in North America. The black bears are eating delicious honey and climbing trees.


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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

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# 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 round the world. #

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

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and it's my job to look after the animals.

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I'm visiting the climbing animals at the moment,

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to make sure everything is secure.

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These are marmoset monkeys.

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They're very good climbers, and they have to be,

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because most of their food is in the trees, like leaves.

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Right, let's make sure the rope is secure. Excuse me, Mickey.

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How's that for you?

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Yeah, well, bit ropey! Thanks, Andy. Cheers!

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Good, glad to hear it!

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Right, guys. Chew your food nicely and no monkeying around.

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See you, Andy! Who said that?

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Come on, guys!

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Coatis are very active during the day

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and these brown-nosed coatis,

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they love climbing around on the ropes, don't you, Carlos?

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Yes we do, Andy, and we use our tails

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to help us balance on the ropes! Pretty cool, huh?

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Very cool, Carlos. Happy climbing, guys!

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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. I was just passing the tarantulas

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and noticed they'd run out of tree bark.

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Do you think you could find some more? Over.

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No problem, Sir. I'm just going to go on my tea break

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and then I'll bring the bark straight over. Over!

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Good lad. Pickles out!

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Ah, hello, Kip!

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Oh, hi, Andy.

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What on earth are these?

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These, Andy, are my latest invention.

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My super-safe suction shoes.

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You just put them on your feet and you can climb up almost anything!

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Ah, sounds like a great idea!

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I still need to test them out, though.

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I thought they might be useful when you have to climb up

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on the giraffe's shelter to fix the roof.

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Ah, thanks, Kip.

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So, where have you been, anyway?

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Well, funny you should mention climbing

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because I've just been to see the climbing animals at the park.

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-You know, to see if they're safe.

-Oh. Why do animals climb, Andy?

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Well, Kip, some animals climb to find their favourite foods.

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Really? What kind of food?

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Er, mainly insects and leaves, really.

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There's one animal in particular that climbs trees

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to find one of your favourite foods.

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Fish and chips?

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Oh!

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No, Kip. Honey.

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-Honey?

-That's right.

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Some bears actually climb up high into the trees to find honey.

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Bears can climb trees?

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Oh, yes. There's a particular type of bear called a black bear.

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They're so good at climbing,

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their cubs run up the trees as fast as you can run up the stairs.

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-Oh!

-The black bears live

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in the beautiful green forests of North America

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and spend most of their days climbing huge trees in forests.

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Wow! Oh, I'd love to see that!

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-You know what this sounds like, Kip?

-Yes!

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BOTH: Time to go on a wild adventure!

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We get to see black bears climbing trees!

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And test out my super-safe suction shoes!

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What are we waiting for? Let's do it!

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-One, gadget pack.

-Check!

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Two, gizmo!

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-Check!

-Three, my super-safe suction shoes!

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Just in case we need them!

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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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Whoooaaaaa! Woo-hoo!

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We're in space!

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So, where to, Andy?

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The Great Lakes of North America.

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That's where black bears live in the forest.

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Then the Great Lakes it is! Go, cat-nav, go!

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Oh, wow! This is beautiful!

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-All that water!

-All those fish!

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Perfect landing, Kip. All do is find some black bears

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and watch them climb.

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And how do we do that?

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BEE BUZZES

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By following her!

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Who? I don't see anyone.

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Her, right there!

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-A bee!

-Don't worry, it won't sting you.

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Well, unless you make it angry.

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Nice bee. Nice bee!

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Yes, and hopefully she'll lead us back to its nest

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and we'll find those black bears.

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Really, how?

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Well, there's one thing bees make that black bears love to eat.

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-Honey!

-Exactly, Kip.

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You coming?

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Bees and bears together in the same place?

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Actually, you know what?

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Why don't you go with the bee,

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while I stay here and look after the Kipmobile?

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OK, if you're sure.

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I'm sure, all right! But, Andy?

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-Yes?

-BEE careful!

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See? Get it?

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Bee, buzz!

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Very good, Kip. OK, I'll see you later.

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Awww!

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Oh! Here we are. I followed the bee all the way to its nest

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in this hollow log down here!

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Look at all those busy bees,

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putting the honey into the honeycomb

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so they can feed it to their little baby bees.

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But it's not just little bees that like eating honey.

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Little black bears love eating it too.

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Although they mainly eat plants,

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their favourite food is sweet and yummy runny honey!

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Look!

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Oh!

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Erm, I'd be careful there, little bear!

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The bees aren't going to be too happy if you take their honey.

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And you don't want to get stung, now!

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BEAR GROWLS

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He got stung! Oh, no! And all the bees are getting really upset!

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Oh, hang on, wait for me! I want to see how you climb a tree!

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Come on! Sorry!

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Time for a quick snack, I think.

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A delicious honey sandwich.

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BEES BUZZ

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Did I say honey sandwich?

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I meant smelly old rotten egg sandwich!

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Ah, phew!

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It's a mummy black bear and her cubs!

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Oh, she's feeding them some milk and giving them plenty of attention.

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Wow! Let's stay here for a while.

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It's not every day you see something as special as this!

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Oh, look! There are some more coming.

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Oh, there goes the mum.

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She'll probably have to go and get some food for herself, now.

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It's just me and the cubs.

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Hey, maybe we'll get the chance to see them...to see them climb a...

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BEE BUZZES

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a...a...a tree!

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No, please, please, don't go!

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It was just a sneeze!

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Well, I did say I wanted to see them climb.

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Oh, if only I could get up there!

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Hang on a minute.

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A-ha! Kip's super-safe suction shoes! These'll do it!

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Whoa, it's a long way up!

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but it's so worth it because now we get to see

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what the little black bears get up to!

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How are you doing, buddy?

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Hey, how's it going up there, little one?

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Oh, look.

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These guys up here are so relaxed, they're about to fall asleep!

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Hey, where's everyone going?

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Wait for me!

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Oh, look! It's the dad bear.

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Oh, he doesn't look too happy.

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And he's coming this way!

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I don't think he was too pleased that I was playing with his cubs!

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Hi! All right?

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I think I'll just hold onto this tree, where it's nice and safe.

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Whoops! Oh, no!

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Kip!

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Ha-ha, hiya! Ooh!

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Kip!

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Kip!!!

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-A-ha!

-Oh, well done, Kip. I knew I could count on you.

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Andy, upload!

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See you later, black bears!

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-Perfect timing, Kip.

-Oh, thanks, Andy. That's what I'm here for!

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And those super-safe suction shoes, they worked brilliantly.

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-Oh, well, in that case, let's head home!

-Yeah.

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Are you receiving, Andy? Over.

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It's Mr Pickles!

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

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Where have you been, Andy? I've been trying to get hold of you! Over.

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Erm, I've just been, erm, I've just been to the...

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I've just been to collect some more bark for the tarantulas! Over.

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Super, Andy. Just what we need. Pickles out!

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See you next time!

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Andy takes Kip on a wild adventure to see black bears in North America. Andy follows a buzzy bee that leads him to the black bears, who are eating delicious honey and climbing trees with their cubs.


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