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# We're trainees, we're making tracks
# Wheels to the rails, clackety-clack!
# Running on time passengers to take
# Hauling loads, pick-ups to make
# Riding the rails A train-tastic crew
# Honk your horns, toot-toot!
# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington
# Chugga-chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga-chugga
# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington. #
I finished all my work, Vee.
Well done, Koko. Actually... I have one more assignment for you.
Ooh, what is it?
Dr Gosling, the zoo vet, is expecting one of the giraffes to have a baby.
-So he needs a speedy chugger to help out.
Did you say speedy? That's me. But how can I help?
Keep watch at the safari park tonight
and fetch him if Twigga the giraffe starts to act strangely.
Train-tastic! I can do that.
I knew you'd be excited. First of all, you'll need to see Dunbar
to get a carriage for Dr Gosling to ride in.
OK, Vee. On my way.
-Good as new.
My pleasure. Oh, and Wilson,
-could you give Koko a message?
I need to change her headlight. I've ordered a new one for the morning.
-Tell her not to use it too much tonight, in case it burns out.
I'll go now. See you later.
Hi, Dr Gosling. Is the baby here yet?
Not yet. I think its going to be soon. Are you ready to be on call?
Yes. You can count on me.
Excellent. Your first job is to take me home. You'll need to know the way
-in case you have to get me tonight.
-Good idea. Climb aboard.
HONK HONK! There you are, Koko.
-I nearly wore my wheels out looking for you.
-Hi, what's up?
Ooh, hi, Dr Gosling. Has the baby giraffe been born yet?
Not yet, maybe tonight!
And guess what? I'm on night duty.
-Wow! Do you need help?
-No, I just need one chugger on call, thanks.
OK. I can't wait to see a baby giraffe.
-See you later, Wilson. I've got to take Dr Gosling home.
Oh, bumpers! I didn't give her the message.
I can pass on your message if you'd like.
Thanks, Mutambo. Can you tell Koko that...?
it's on the tip of my bumper. Um... Ah... Oh dear.
Wow... Beautiful flowers. And they smell so good.
Turn here please, Koko
Now cross the bridge, over the stream.
That's my house, just up there.
-D'you think you can find your way here by yourself?
Great. Keep a careful eye on Twigga
and get me the second it looks like something's happening
Will do, Dr Gosling. Koko's on call.
-I wonder when the baby's going to come.
-Wouldn't it be perfecto
if it happened right now?
Have you remembered the message?
Whoops. I forgot I was supposed to be remembering!
You'd forget your wheels if they weren't bolted on!
It was something to do with... tomorrow? I think.
Tomorrow? Oh well, you've got plenty of time to think of it.
-Wilson, return to your roundhouse, please.
-Better make tracks.
Don't worry, Twigga. I'm on call.
-You were gone a long time.
-I went to give Koko a message, and...
-And you forgot.
How'd you know?
It's not like it's ever happened before(!) Don't worry, it'll come.
-Ah-kwah-bah, Koko. Everything OK?
-Yeah. Fine, thanks.
You must have to know loads about animals to be a tour guide.
Of course! I've travelled the world from Antarctica to Zimbabwe
and I've seen many different creatures.
Big and small, short and tall, on my journeys I've seen them all!
-Hello, Mr Owl. You look wide awake.
-That's because owls are nocturnal.
A group of animals that sleep in the day and are awake at night.
When it's dark? But how can they see?
By using their other senses.
They don't rely on just their eyesight.
In fact, some nocturnal animals can't even see at all.
-Some listen carefully with their big ears,
some smell with their sensitive noses,
-and some just feel their way around with touch!
-This park is full of nocturnal animals.
-They're all around you.
-Turn your light off and you'll see.
Let your eyes adjust, and open them wide.
ANIMALS CHATTERING & HOOTING
Oh, yeah. I see them.
-You are nocturnal, too.
-Hee-Hee! Yeah, I suppose I am.
Uh-oh, I think it's time.
Don't you worry about a thing. I'll be back with Dr Gosling
in two clickety-clacks. Koko's on call!
# I've got a job to do, a really important job to do! #
Oh, I can't see a thing. I'll never find Dr Gosling's house.
-Brewster, wake up!
Koko shouldn't use her light too much cos Morgan needs to change the bulb.
Uh oh! She's on call so her light will be on all night!
Quick, we better see if she's all right.
Ohh. What am I going to do, Mr Owl?
Wait a minute.
Nocturnal animals use their senses to get around in the dark.
-I can smell flowers.
Turn left at the wild flowers.
I can hear the stream!
And I can feel the bridge that leads up to the hill.
There's light up ahead... It's Dr Gosling's house!
I did it, Mr Owl! Choo-choo!
Koko, I remembered! Morgan said your bulb needs changing!
-Hee-hee! Too late.
-But she still found me without it.
Why don't you tell them all about your nocturnal adventure, Koko?
While I take care of our very special delivery.
It's a bouncing baby...
-Can we see her?
-That's one big baby!
-Yes, it is.
-Thanks for being on call, Koko.
It was fun being like a nocturnal animal.
I think they're amazing!
# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington!
# Chugga-chugga-chugga Chugga-chugga-chugga
# Chug-chug, chug-chug-chug chug-chug, chug-chug-chug
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