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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 aboard the Kip Mobile And ready, steady, go
# 1, 2, 3, 4!
# Andy and Kip On another wild adventure
# Hey, join the crew
# Off to see the animals And find out what they do
# Yeah, you can come too
# It's Andy's Wild Adventures Round the world! #
Oh, hello. Andy here.
I'm very tired because Mr Pickles, the boss,
lost his glasses last night in the park
and I got up very early to try and find them.
I'm not the only one who's tired. I'm here to see the lions.
They've just woken up so I need to get them from their bedrooms
into the enclosure for them to have a nice stretch
and something for breakfast. Right, off I go.
Oh, who's that? Morning!
Come in, guys, breakfast time.
Oh, what's Andy got for us today?
Through you come.
Come on, girls. Food time!
-Has anyone seen Mr Pickles' glasses?
-Er, no, we've been asleep.
I'm not surprised. Lions can sleep for up to 22 hours.
Go and get your breakfast.
Ho-ho! Wait for me!
Oh, dear. I keep yawning. It must be time for me to have a break.
I think I'll head back to the workshop now.
'Andy? Are you there, Andy? Over.'
Oh! It's Mr Pickles, the boss.
Hello, Mr Pickles. Andy here. Over.
'Hello, Andy. Have you found my glasses yet?
'I can't see very well without them.
'I thought I was talking to you earlier.
'It turned out to be a gorilla! Over.'
OK, Mr Pickles, I'll take a look after my tea break. Over.
'Thanks, Andy. I'll go and take a look now.
'Over by the crocodiles. Pickles out.'
Er, why are you so tired today?
Well, I got up really early to help Mr Pickles find his glasses.
He's lost them again. Oh! What you working on there?
This? I was just making the final tweaks on my...
No, don't touch it, Andy. It's not for...
Oh, that's lovely.
Yeah, just in the middle.
HE SNORES Andy?
-Right, Mr Pickles... Oh.
I'm glad you like my invention
but it's not an automatic back-scratcher.
It's a really nice grooming device.
It's for grooming my fur and making it all look neat and tidy.
That should help you get ready quicker in the morning.
What do you mean? It takes you ages to do your hair every day.
What? What do you mean? It just gets a bit messy when I've slept on it.
Lots of animals in the park do their hair and fur in the morning.
They groom each other too.
They do that to keep themselves clean and to make friends.
The monkeys do it, the lions do it and the meerkats too.
What kinds of cats are those?
Well, they're not actually cats at all, Kip.
They're these small, cute animals
that live under the ground in Africa.
And they like to eat creepy-crawlies for breakfast.
-Scorpions and lizards too.
You're teasing me, Andy!
-No, it's all true.
-Well, I'd love to see that.
-You know what this means.
BOTH: Time to go on a wild adventure!
We get to see meerkats grooming themselves and having breakfast.
And see if they like my really nice grooming device.
Come on, Kip. Let's go.
-One - gadget pack.
-Two - gizmo.
Three - my really nice grooming device. Ha-ha!
Just in case we need it.
And, last but not least, the Kip Mobile.
Seat belts on.
Hit it, Kip.
Whoo-hoo-hoo! We're in space!
So, where to, Andy?
South Africa, Kip. We're taking a trip to the desert.
South Africa it is. Go, Kat Nav, go!
A-ha! This is the place, Kip. Well done.
Oh, wow! There's so much space here.
-Hello! Is there anyone there?
Kip, you have to be really quiet,
because meerkats don't like loud noises
and if we're too loud then they might go and...
hide in their underground burrows. Shh!
Look, Kip, look.
There's a meerkat over there.
Oh, she's standing up on her back legs. She is so clever.
They do that to look further into the distance
-and keep a lookout for any trouble.
-What do you mean, "trouble"?
They have to be on lookout for any dangerous animals
like poisonous snakes or large birds of prey.
Oh, OK. Maybe I should stay here...and look out for them.
Just in case.
All right, Kip, if you're sure. But, Kip...shh! You must be quiet.
SHE WHISPERS: OK. Shh!
SHE LICKS AWAY
Hmm. How am I going to get close enough to see the meerkats -
PROPERLY - without scaring them?
I've got it.
Size... Oh, shh!
-Size of a meerkat.
Uh! Oh, look, here they come.
They must be coming out for their breakfast.
Ah. All right? How was your sleep? Good?
Oh, looks like you're still dozing off.
-Oh, come to think of it, I'm still feeling quite sleepy too.
'Are you OK, Andy?'
Oh, hi, Kip. Yeah, I'm fine, thanks. I think I just nodded off.
There's no time for sleeping. We need to get ready for the day.
Yes, you're right.
Now, every morning to make sure we're clean and tidy,
we brush our hair.
Yes, thanks, Kip.
But meerkats, they do it to groom themselves,
to make sure their fur is nice and clean and in good condition.
Don't mind me. I'll get that one.
There. And now we all look smart.
-Why don't you take a nice picture of us?
Oh, good idea, Andy.
Right, everyone ready?
CAMERA CLICKS Lovely.
Oh, great photo, Andy.
Aw, I'm part of the family now.
-Where are they off to?
-It's breakfast time
and the older meerkats have to find food for the younger ones.
I think I'd better help.
Wait for me.
Hey, have you seen...?
The meerkats are digging up the ground using their sharp claws
and they're trying to find insects.
Whatever they find they share with the younger meerkats,
who aren't very good at digging yet.
Right, now I'm going to have a go.
Here we go.
Cor, it's not easy.
Kip, I need your help. I'm trying to dig a hole here
and I think I need claws like these meerkats have.
-Try the really nice grooming device.
Well done, Kip. Great idea.
Right, let's turn this on.
Hey, it's working.
Oh, look at all these insects and creepy-crawlies.
I wonder if the baby meerkats will like them. Oh, yes.
Rather you than me.
I think I'll stick to my eggs on toast.
Enjoy your breakfast.
Ah, look! It's one of the grown-up meerkats.
He's probably coming over to thank me for feeding his babies.
My reward is...
a big, juicy creepy-crawly.
Hmm, I think I'll pass on that. Time for me to go.
Kip, can you come and pick me up?
CAR HORN BEEPS Coming, Andy.
Aw, well done, Kip. I can always count on you.
See you later, meerkats. Enjoy your breakfast.
-Ah, hello, Kip.
-Er, be careful, Andy.
Oh, no! Look at my really nice grooming device.
It's too dirty to groom my fur now.
Don't worry, Kip. I'll clean it up when we get back to the workshop.
'Andy? Are you there, Andy? Over.'
Hello, Mr Pickles. Andy here. Over.
'Have you found my glasses yet? I really can't manage without them.
'I had a terrible misunderstanding with the crocodiles earlier. Over.'
The things is, Mr Pickles, I've...
You see, the thing is, I've got them right here.
'Ho-ho! Excellent work, Andy. I'll be right over.
'If I can find my way past the lion enclosure, that is.'
-Er, stay where you are, Mr Pickles.
I'll come and find you. Over.
Right, I'm off to see Mr Pickles. See you next time.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Andy takes Kip on a wild adventure to see meerkats in South Africa. Andy finds the meerkats are as sleepy as he is. He has his picture taken with them and then sets off find some insects so the babies can eat some breakfast.