Episode 1 Green Balloon Club Goes on Holiday


Episode 1

The Green Balloon travels to Northern Ireland, where the children have a go at being keepers at Belfast Zoo. Jelly explores Strangford Lough in a sailing boat.


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# Gather round, one and all

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# You gotta answer the call

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# Listen up, look around you

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# There's a magical world to explore

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# There's a nature adventure

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# Coming your way soon

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# So come and join us

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# In this Green Balloon

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# And when we fly We're higher than the moon

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# So join us

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# Ah, ah

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# In our green balloon. #

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Hello. I'm glad you're here.

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We're going on holiday to Northern Ireland.

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We're going to do something exciting. Look, we're arriving.

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# Let's go together, somewhere we haven't been

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# Making friends and doing things in places never seen

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# Oh, it might be for a week, or just one day

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# Let's go now, the sun is out, it's good to get away

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# Oh, it's such a lovely morning and it's good to get away. #

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ALL: Hi!

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We're at Belfast Zoo.

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-And we're going to be zookeepers for the day.

-We can't wait!

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But first, shall we see what Nature Chris and Skipper are up to?

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BOTH: Yeah!

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Hi, there, Green Team.

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Skipper's taking me for a walk on the Giant's Causeway.

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-SKIPPER WHINES

-What's that?

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Oh, no. I don't think we'll see any giants.

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Or will we?

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SKIPPER WHINES

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Jelly's out and about, bringing us a special report. Aren't you?

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Yes, Nature Chris. I'm going sailing on a real sailing boat. I can't wait.

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We have reports from Green Balloon Club members

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from Northern Ireland. Here are some now.

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It's time for the Green Balloon Club Chant.

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ALL: We love animals, plants and birds

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We love snails and slugs

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Large and small, we love them all And we never, ever step on bugs

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Cos we are the Green Balloon Club!

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Let's get going. We have animals to look after.

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ALL: Yeah!

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# That's just where it's at

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# Yeah, the zoo is where it's at. #

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Hi, Green Team. Ready for your first challenge?

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ALL: Yeah!

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-You good at counting?

-ALL: Yeah.

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Keepers have to check the animals and make sure they're all there.

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-Is it like the register at school?

-Exactly like that.

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I've got a challenge for each of you. Cat, you count the chimpanzees.

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Wow!

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Ant, you're counting the gentoo penguins.

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-Wow.

-Lily-Rose, you're counting the prairie dogs.

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They're so cute! They're tiny!

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Go on. Off you go.

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Wow, there are so many. What are prairie dogs?

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Prairie dogs are ground squirrels that live under the ground.

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-Squirrels?!

-If you look at their faces, they look like squirrels.

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Oh, yeah. They're called prairie dogs, but they're not dogs at all.

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They're completely different. Have you heard them bark? No.

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Do you think they could fetch like a dog? They're squirrels.

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I love how they crawl. Their nails are like squirrels'.

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-Do they have long or short nails?

-Quite long.

-Why do you think that?

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-So they can dig.

-They dig a lot, don't they?

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-Can you see them eating?

-They're eating carrots!

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-And what else?

-Er...the grass.

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The grass.

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See these mounds? You might get a prairie dog at the very top.

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That one prairie dog has to keep a look-out.

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If a bird comes, they make lots of sound

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and the other prairie dogs know to run and hide.

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-Are you going to count them?

-Yeah.

-Good luck.

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One...two...three...

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You'll be here a while. I'm going to leave you. Best of luck.

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One, two, three...four...

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How many chimps can you see?

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I can see three... Oh, I can see four, there.

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Should be a couple more somewhere.

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They've got pink bums!

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They lean about quite a lot, as well.

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I can see one over there.

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That's five.

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What do they eat?

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They eat fruits and vegetables and anything you give them, really.

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-CHIMPS SHOUT

-Is that them making that noise?

-Yes.

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They're about to start screaming.

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-They've come over to say hello.

-That's Sophie. She's the baby.

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-How can you tell?

-Once you're with them every day,

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they all look different, like people.

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He's a really good climber.

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I think they're really cool.

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He swings from the ceiling, like he's doing the monkey bars.

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That's six!

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-That's them all. Well done.

-Yay!

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..five...six...

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One's crawling! Oh, I keep losing count!

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One...two...

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Penguins like to feed beside the water. Would you like to see?

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-You set your bucket on the wall.

-There?

-Yeah, you stand there.

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-Is that fine? See the penguins on the rocks?

-Yeah.

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These want to swim today. Would you like to throw them some fish?

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Take a handful of fish and see what they do.

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Wow.

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Well, today I came to see how many gentoo penguins there are.

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But there's so many penguins, I don't know which ones ARE gentoo.

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There's three types there. Humboldt, the ones that have taken your fish,

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the bigger ones are gentoo.

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See the little ones? They're quite black with the white belly.

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-They're called rockhoppers.

-I can see why.

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Here's a gentoo coming.

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He's making it easy for you to count him.

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We'll try and feed him a fish.

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Come on.

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-There we go.

-Wow. It just went straight down!

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Want to try and count them?

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-Yep.

-Right.

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-There's one...

-Yep.

-..two...

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-three, four.

-Yes.

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-Is that one?

-That is. Very good.

-Five.

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Is that six?

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-Seven?

-Yep. You've got it.

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Wow.

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16...17.

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There are 17 prairie dogs!

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18 prairie dogs. 19 prairie dogs!

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-We did it.

-Great job. How did you get on?

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-I counted six chimps.

-And seven gentoo penguins.

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-That's them accounted for.

-Where's Lily-Rose?

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Still counting prairie dogs. There are a lot of them.

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54...55...56...57...

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-ALL: Hello, Jelly!

-Hello, everybody. Is this the boat we're sailing in?

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-Yes!

-It is amazing.

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I'm so excited but also a little bit nervous.

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Don't worry, Jelly. I haven't been sailing, either. I'm really excited.

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Don't worry, Jelly. I've sailed a lot. I'll tell you what to do.

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This is Robbie, our instructor.

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-Hi, Jelly.

-Hey, Robbie!

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-Good to see you've got your life jacket.

-I am very prepared.

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-What now?

-I think we should go sailing. Hop aboard.

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-Oh, great!

-OK, Jelly, ready to get wet?

-Yes! Come on, Robbie!

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We're going! We're on our way to the sea!

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-My dream come true.

-Mine, too, Robyn.

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-We're on the water!

-Whoo!

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OK, guys, we ready to go?

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-Whoo-hoo, yes, we're ready.

-Yee-haw. Let's go. Pull your sails in.

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-It's so exciting. We're sailing!

-I'm so excited, too.

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-We're going up and down.

-Yeah. We're going side to side.

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-Up and down, side to side. It's like a rollercoaster.

-Yes!

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Oh, Robyn, is this the sea we are sailing on?

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No, Jelly. It's Strangford Lough.

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Oh, what is Strangford Lough?

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A lough is a bit like a big lake, but it does join up to the sea.

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Oh, I see, mm.

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And it's very pretty cos there are loads of islands

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and we might see a few in a minute.

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Oh, brilliant. I will keep a good watch out for them.

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OK. I can see a bird to the side.

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There, Jelly, over there.

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Oh, yes! What are they? Are they seagulls?

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-I think they're guillemots.

-Oh, yes, they are, actually.

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I'm so hungry.

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I thought you might be. Hee-hee.

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Ha-ha-ha!

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All this sailing makes you hungry, doesn't it?

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Yeah.

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-Now we are off to a good spot for a picnic.

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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So here we are on Shell Island, having a picnic.

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-Yummy.

-Yummy.

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-Look, Jelly, I've found a shell.

-Oh, yes.

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-Do you know what sort of shell that is?

-Is it an oyster shell?

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-It is. Do you know how it got here?

-How?

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A type of bird called an oyster catcher caught it and ate it.

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Hm, yes.

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It looks like an oyster catcher's been having its picnic here, too.

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-I can't wait to get back on the boat.

-Neither can I.

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OK, guys, shall we see if we can find some seals?

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ALL: Yeah!

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-Seals!

-This is great!

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-Jelly, do you see the white seals?

-Oh, yes.

-There's one there, Jelly.

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They're kind of camouflaged into the rocks.

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Look, there's one swimming in the water.

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Look at him. Look, he's looking at us!

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-Look at the birds! They're all flying away.

-Oyster catchers.

-Wow.

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-Jelly, remember when I showed you that shell?

-Mm.

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Those are the birds that dropped it on the beach.

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Oh, yes, they are the oyster catchers!

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This is the best day of my whole life.

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It certainly is. It's the best day of my life, too.

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Wow! He's amazing!

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-This is called a tawny frogmouth. Do you want to know why that is?

-Why?

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We'll give him some food and show you.

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-Why does he eat them?

-Just watch.

-Why does he eat them?

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This is what he would eat in the wild. He eats locusts.

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-Can I stroke him?

-Go ahead.

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-His wings look like a piece of material, don't they?

-They do.

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-He's losing his feathers a bit here. Do you see?

-Why?

-All birds moult.

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Here you go.

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You want to have a go?

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-I think you're brave enough.

-I'll help.

-OK.

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Eat it.

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That's why he's called a frogmouth.

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He doesn't have a normal mouth like a bird. Did you see that?

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It's funny.

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-Hold on with me. Hold the top.

-OK.

-This is cool.

-He's got me. Ready?

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Eat him, eat him, eat him.

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Eat it.

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-I think he's had enough.

-I think so, too.

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Hello. I'm Catherine and these are my sisters.

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I'm Lucy.

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I'm Abby, and this is Sparrow.

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-We're really lucky cos we've got...

-ALL: Ponies!

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Come and meet Snoopy.

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This is my pony, Snoopy.

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He's a part of my family.

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Abby, Catherine, come and help me clean Snoopy out.

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It's really hard work.

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-Eurgh.

-That is VERY stinky, Catherine.

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Snoopy does stinky poo.

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The next job is to groom Snoopy.

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I'm brushing Snoopy so he can be nice and clean.

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Snoopy's a really calm pony.

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I have to put hoof oil on to keep his feet in good condition.

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I quite like this job. It's like painting the horse's toenails.

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There.

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We're ready for riding. This is what I wear for competition,

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but we're just riding for fun today.

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Come on. Let's go and ride.

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When I go over the jumps, I feel like I'm flying.

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It's fun, me and my sisters can ride our ponies together.

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When I go over a jump, it makes me smile.

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Hello!

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ALL: Thanks for coming to see our ponies. Bye!

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One of the most important jobs for a keeper is to feed the animals.

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-We get to feed the ring-tailed lemurs.

-Let's go!

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-Cool.

-There are 50 different types of lemurs.

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You can tell the ring-tailed ones - they have stripy tails.

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They're looking at us. Hello.

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Hold your hand out flat. They'll come and take it off you.

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SHE SQUEALS

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-THEY LAUGH

-There's so many!

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You don't expect them to come out.

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'Lemurs are a kind of primate - they're related to apes and humans.'

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They've got, like, human hands.

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-Oh, there are loads up there.

-Wow!

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They're amazing. They can jump really far.

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Come on. Yeah!

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'They like to eat fruit and vegetables. They're very healthy.'

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I like fruit and veg, so I think I could be a lemur.

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Oh. It's so funny how they keep dropping things on my head.

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-Come on, I'm trying to feed you.

-Monkey! Monkey(!)

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-Paul, where do they live?

-They come from Madagascar.

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That's an island off the coast of Africa.

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How about bananas?

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It eats it like an apple.

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-Oh, the tail's so soft.

-They're really soft.

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-Oh, they can stand up!

-Oh!

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Oh, he took it out of my hand!

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Look at it! Look!

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'They like to sit with their arms and legs stretched out,

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'soaking up the sun.'

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You want some?

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Are you fighting over it?

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Grape. Grab the grape.

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No, they're not doing it.

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'They live in groups because they're very sociable.'

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'The females are the bosses, so they always win arguments.'

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Monkey, monkey.

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Ah, its back's so soft. This one's fine with its back being stroked.

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They both wanted a grape.

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-One hasn't eaten that banana.

-It's got the grapes.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Hi, there.

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Skipper's going to take us on a walk, down there,

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to the Giant's Causeway.

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These are her new friends, Amy and Lynn. Hi.

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BOTH: Hi.

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Do you want to say hello to Skipper, too? Good girl, Skipper.

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We're near Scotland here.

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Can we see it there? Isn't that amazing?

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I'm a bit scared, to be honest.

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I'm not sure if this giant is friendly.

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There's no giant, but I'll tell you the legend of Finn McCool later.

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That sounds fantastic. We love stories, don't we, Skipper?

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Come on, then. Let's get going.

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What have you found, girls?

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It's a big giant's boot.

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Can I come in, too? Come on, Skipper, up.

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Good girl. Wow. He just leaves things lying around, does he?

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-Yeah, there's his rubber ducky.

-Oh, yeah.

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-Can you see that?

-It's a duck.

-You can see the beak.

-It's all yellow.

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Why don't you, while we're comfortable, tell me the legend?

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-No. Not yet. Let's go and see something else.

-OK, let's go.

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Look over there.

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-I think that rock looks like a camel.

-I see. It has a hump.

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It's lying down. There's its head.

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-Let's keep walking. There's more to see over here.

-OK. Come on, Skipper.

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Look, here are the girls. Hi, girls.

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I've found us this perfect seat.

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I think it's time you told me the legend of Finn McCool.

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There was an Irish giant called Finn McCool,

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-and a Scottish giant called Benandonnar.

-So what happened?

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They wanted to fight each other,

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but they needed to cross the sea.

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Finn built these giant stepping stones

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-so Benandonnar could come to Ireland.

-I see.

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So these used to reach Scotland. What happened when they built them?

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Finn saw Benandonnar coming and was scared because he was SO big.

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He ran home to his wife, Oonagh.

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"Oonagh, Oonagh, hide me, my dear The Scottish giant is huge, I fear

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"He'll pick me up and, with a shake, He'll squash me into a potato cake."

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Finn McCool ran home to his wife and told her he was scared?

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Even though he's a giant?

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Then what happened?

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"Oh, Finn McCool, I think that maybe I should dress you as a baby

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"When Benandonnar comes along, He'll see a baby, big and strong

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"He'll think, 'This baba's as big as me! So how huge will his daddy be?'"

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What a fantastic idea. So he dressed up as a baby to fool Benandonnar.

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Benandonnar ran back to Scotland, throwing up the stones as he went,

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-so no-one could follow him, and they landed here.

-This is what's left.

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What a great story. What a lovely, special place it is.

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Thanks for showing us around.

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ALL: Hi!

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-How was your walk, Skipper?

-We had a brilliant time.

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We went to the Giant's Causeway

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and heard an amazing legend about a giant called Finn McCool.

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-How was the zoo?

-ALL: Brilliant!

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-Can we show you the ring-tailed lemurs?

-I love ring-tailed lemurs!

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But it's late, we've to get back to the balloon.

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ALL: Aww!

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But there's always time for one more thing.

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ALL: Time for a song!

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# Just go, "oo-oo" like a monkey

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# Like a penguin, waddle about

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# If you yawn like a lazy lion

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# That's what it's all about

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# Twit-twoo, just like an owl

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# Poke around like a meerkat

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# Hoppity-hop like a kangaroo hops

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# That's just where it's at

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# Yeah, the zoo is where it's at

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# Strolling round and round the zoo

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# All creatures great and small

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# From the baby spider monkeys

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# To the giraffes, oh, so tall

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# Ring-tailed lemurs curiously climb all over you

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# No it's not very elegant mucking out the elephants

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# And their enormous poo

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# Just go, "oo-oo" like a monkey

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# Like a penguin, waddle about

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# If you yawn like a lazy lion

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# That's what it's all about

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# Twit-twoo, just like an owl

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# Poke around like a meerkat

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# Hoppity-hop like a kangaroo hops

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# That's just where it's at

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# Yeah, the zoo is where it's at... #

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Oo-oo, ah-ah.

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Slither like a snake!

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Quack like a drake!

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Howl like a wolf, ah-woo!

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Then swing your trunk like an elephant does.

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Wag your tail, you're at the zoo!

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# Feed the fun-loving sea lions

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# Watch them do their tricks

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# So graceful in the water, so clumsy out of it

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# Look across to the pelican island

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# And the beautiful flamingos

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# Watch the river hog, count another prairie dog

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# The sloth moves oh, so slow

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# Just go, "oo-oo" like a monkey

0:23:360:23:40

# Like a penguin, waddle about

0:23:400:23:43

# If you yawn like a lazy lion

0:23:430:23:46

# That's what it's all about

0:23:460:23:49

# Twit-twoo, just like an owl

0:23:490:23:51

# Poke around like a meerkat

0:23:510:23:54

# Hoppity-hop like a kangaroo hops

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# That's just where it's at

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# Yeah, the zoo is where it's at

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# At the zoo is where it's at

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# Yeah! #

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Lily-Rose, Ant, Cat, Nature Chris and Skipper the dog travel to Northern Ireland, where the children are going to be zoo keepers at Belfast Zoo for the week. Skipper takes Nature Chris on a walk, where they meet Green Balloon Club members Lynne and Amy and find out the legend of the Giant's Causeway.

It's Jelly's first time in a sailing boat when she meets up with Robyn and Ben, who take her out exploring on Strangford Lough. And sisters Kathryn, Abby and Lucy introduce their pony Snoopy. Lily-Rose, Ant and Cat get their first taste of zoo life when they have to take the zoo register and they get to feed the ring-tailed lemurs. And of course the Green Balloon Club is never complete without a song - a special zoo song.


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