Episode 2 Green Balloon Club Goes on Holiday


Episode 2

The Green Balloon travels to Northern Ireland, where the children have a go at being keepers at Belfast Zoo. Skipper takes Nature Chris on a walk in a peat bog.


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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 so glad you're here.

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We're going on our holidays to Northern Ireland

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and we're going to do something very special.

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And look - we're coming into land!

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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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# It might be far away for just one day

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# Let's go round in silence now It's good to get away

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

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HI!

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-We're at Belfast Zoo.

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

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And we can't wait!

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Before we get started, shall we see what the others are up to?

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YES!

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Hi, Green Team, today Skipper and I are going for a muddy walk in a bog.

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In fact, I'm afraid your paws might get a bit muddy today, Skipper.

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And we'll be getting reports from our Green Balloon Club members

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from al over Northern Ireland.

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In fact, here are some now.

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It's time for The Green Balloon Club chant.

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RHYTHMIC CLAPPING

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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

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# 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've got animals to look after.

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YEAH!

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LIVELY MUSIC PLAYS

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# That's just where it's at

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# By the zoo is where it's at! #

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This is where they prepare all the food for the animals

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and today we're going to help. Come on!

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-Wow!

-Hello!

-HELLO.

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-Are you here to help make food for the animals?

-Yeah.

-Fabulous.

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If you want to come round here...

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And put some gloves on.

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So if you could put some fish in this bucket here...

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OK.

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-Doing it right up to the top?

-Yeah, fill it right up.

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OK, if you could put these eggs, ten apples, five peppers and some grapes in this bucket.

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-OK.

-And you and I will chop some fruit and veg for this bucket, OK?

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So if I chop it up, you could put it in.

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Does anybody have any ideas what animals might be eating the food?

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-Monkeys might eat...

-Very good. Monkeys might eat the fruit.

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-What do you think?

-Would the fish be for the sealions?

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It could be, but I'm not sure they'll be eating it today.

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-Tomatoes. I like tomatoes.

-These look like dog biscuits.

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They actually are dog biscuits.

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Well done, everybody.

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-Are we ready to go and find out what we're going to feed?

-YES!

-Let's go.

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Wow!

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-What are they?

-They're hogs. Red river hogs.

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They're like a pig so they are.

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That one is the mummy one so it is.

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That one there.

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-Is that the daddy one?

-Yeah, that's him there in the centre.

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He's got big tusks.

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-They've got big noses.

-I know.

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-They look quite hairy.

-Yeah, there's a lot of hair about their faces.

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-Where do they come from?

-They come from Africa.

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And the Congo. That's where they mainly live.

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-Will they eat the banana skins?

-Yeah.

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They'll probably take the banana out first

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and leave the banana skins till all the good stuff's away.

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Basically, they'll eat anything. They'd eat you if I threw you in.

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Don't throw me in then.

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It's early days yet, I might have to throw you in. They're hungry today.

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-So it's the pelicans I get to feed.

-Yes.

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Do I just...?

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Just throw it like that and they'll take it in their pouch.

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What are those big pouches for under their beaks?

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-To store fish and water.

-Their beaks look like it's shaped for fish.

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It is. It's a large pouch and they'll swallow them whole.

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-Now they've gone into the water, shall I throw them in there?

-Yes,

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because they like to dip their food into the water.

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They keep their wings up in the water.

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-The seagulls are stealing all their fish.

-The seagulls are a pest.

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It looks so funny when they open their mouths.

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Thank you for letting me feed the pelicans.

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-They're great.

-You're welcome.

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Are these what I was preparing food for?

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They are indeed, Lily Rose, these are gibbons.

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-We're going to give them some food. Will you help me?

-Yeah.

-Good girl.

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Here's little Wayaye. Would you like to reach that up to him?

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-You reach that up.

-Thank you.

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He's eating it. He's holding it with his foot.

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-More energy.

-Indeed. Bananas are good for energy, aren't they?

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-Well done.

-She ate it. She almost took the whole thing.

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They've got such long arms.

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-They have indeed.

-They want more, please.

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He likes his bananas. How does he eat? Does he use a knife and fork?

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-He peels it.

-Yes, and do you think he'll eat the skin?

-No.

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No, he doesn't. He'll just throw it away. He throws it on the ground.

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Look, you can see...

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This is Bel and her name's short for Belfast.

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She was the first one we bred here.

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Here she comes.

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Come on, girl.

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-Oh!

-She's cheeky!

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She's shy. That's why she wants to make it quick.

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-She's very shy, but...

-That's why she takes it quickly.

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-Look, it's swinging!

-He is.

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It's like, "This is fun!"

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He's like, "Ooh, tasty!"

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"It's like tasty mango!"

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LIVELY MUSIC PLAYS

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Hello!

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We planted vegetables in our garden. Do you want to come and see?

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I'm Faye and this is my brother, Cameron.

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I've been sent to dig up the vegetables.

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We've been growing carrots.

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The carrots that we grew are funny shapes.

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Looks like a big, funny man.

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He's walking down the street.

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He's got big green hair.

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This is a really fat carrot.

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Look.

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This is the fattest carrot I've ever seen.

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It's rainy today.

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Vegetables like the rain because they need water to grow.

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Come on, Cameron, let's pick the biggest, juiciest bean.

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It's tricky to get the beans out from their shells.

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A bean.

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-Have you got a bean?

-Yeah.

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We've only grown a few beans, but they're lovely and big.

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I can't wait until I get to eat the beans.

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These tomatoes are green.

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When tomatoes turn red, they're delicious and juicy to eat.

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That's a little bit red,

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but it's still not red enough to pick yet.

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I shall pick one of these big ones.

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Look at this really tiny one.

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I'm going to eat it now and tell you what it tastes like.

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Mmm. It's really good.

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Look what I got.

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-Can I eat them now?

-No, no, we're going to have a vegetable show.

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Welcome to our vegetable show.

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We're going to have to have an award for being such lovely, yummy beans.

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CHEERING

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I'm going to give the tomatoes...

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And the winner is, the biggest tomato.

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CHEERING

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I'm going to choose the best carrot.

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And the winner is...

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this carrot!

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CHEERING

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Let's have a big cheer for the vegetables.

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CHEERING

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Thank you for coming to our vegetable show. Bye!

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Here's a clue to find out what animal I'm going to meet today.

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And it says...

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"I want to eat you!"?

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Hmm.

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Now, will I want to eat it? Or will it want to eat me?

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Shall we go find out?

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Hmm.

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Well, what do you see here then?

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Trees.

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If you're patient, you'll see a special animal.

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-There he is.

-Oh!

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What is it?

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It's a giant anteater.

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-"I want to eat you."

-No, he doesn't want to eat you.

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I get it! I'm Ant and that's an anteater.

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Yeah, that's right. No, he won't eat you.

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They eat small ants. Termites. In large termite mounds.

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It's got a very long nose.

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His front legs are bigger than his back legs.

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Yes, he walks on his knuckles.

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He has huge claws which he folds up so he's walking on his knuckles.

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His front claws are bigger than his back claws

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because the front ones are used for digging.

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-So they can go like that?

-Yeah, rip open anthills,

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then stick his nose in a bit,

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then he's got a long tongue which goes down in all the chambers.

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Very sticky, the ants stick to it, comes out and that's what he eats.

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So how many ants can he eat then in one day?

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He can eat a few ants. I couldn't give you an exact number,

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but it'd be thousands upon thousands of ants.

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Whoa!

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Thanks so much for letting me see the anteater today.

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I'm glad he didn't want to eat me.

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You're welcome. I wouldn't taken you to anything that'd eat you.

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It was just a funny little joke.

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LIVELY MUSIC PLAYS

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IT'S A SNAIL!

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Now, we're helping out with the giraffes.

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Later we get to feed them.

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-But first we've got to do the mucky bits.

-Ugh!

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It's an important part of the keeper's job

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to make sure they clean the animals enclosures.

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This is why you're going to help me today.

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We're going to clean all the straw. This is where the giraffes sleep.

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All this bedding in here gets cleaned out once a week.

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And the deep bedding next door in here gets cleaned out once a year.

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-Once a year?

-Why?

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Because when the giraffes are sick, we can put them in here.

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This bedding's all nice and thick.

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It's like a big, comfy mattress.

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And if they ever have babies, when the babies try to stand up,

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we don't want them to slide all over the floor

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so it makes it easy for the giraffe to walk.

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I'll give you pitchforks

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and you can help lift the straw into the wheelbarrow.

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One for you, and one for you.

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-And one for you.

-Thank you.

-There you go.

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-These are big, big forks.

-Wow!

-There's a giraffe.

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It's looking at us.

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There's another one coming next to it?

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It's easier.

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In there.

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This is fun.

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-Are you coming?

-Yeah.

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OK, guys, you did such an excellent job of cleaning the bedding out,

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we're now going to put the giraffe's hay in.

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This is special hay and it's called lucerne.

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It's really, really dry.

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See. Really, really dry.

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And does anybody know where we have to put it?

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-In there.

-Up there.

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We have to put it up high for the giraffes

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because the giraffes don't like to eat their food on the floor.

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Do you want to help me put it in?

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Let's go.

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-Watch out.

-I'll have the last bit.

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I'll get the little piece.

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OK, it's all in.

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We'll stand back and watch it go up.

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Cool.

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It's a long way.

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Nearly there.

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-Nearly there.

-It'll be there in...

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ALL: ..three, two, one...

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Zero.

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OK, guys, this is a treat because you cleaned the giraffe bed so well,

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I'm going to give you branches and you'll have to pretend you're trees

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cos we're going to go outside and feed the giraffes.

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It's an extra special treat.

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-WOW!

-Do you think you can pretend to be trees?

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-YEAH.

-One big tree. Good idea.

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The giraffes will like that. Let's go.

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Stay together.

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OK, this way. That's it.

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EXCITED LAUGHTER

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Think you can manage? Put your foot up there. Are you ready?

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That's it.

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There we go.

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Good job.

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Oh, they're coming round us.

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OK, now we're out on the island, the giraffes are getting really close.

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So we have to pretend to be trees

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and you have to hold on really tight to the branches with two hands

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because the giraffes are really strong.

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Stand down here a bit further.

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OK, and hold it up. Nice and high.

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Hold them with two hands. Really strong.

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Don't let go. Hold on.

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Do you see the way they're eating?

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Their tongue comes down and strips the leaves off.

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Hold me.

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LAUGHING

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-You're really strong.

-And they've got black tongues.

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It's about 30 to 40 centimetres long.

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-Very pretty.

-Yeah, can you see their big eyelashes?

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Really big eyelashes.

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-That was amazing.

-THANK YOU.

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You're welcome. You've been very good trees.

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Hi, Nature Chris. Hi, Skipper.

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Look, Skipper, it's our friends, Katie and John.

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Hi.

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Skipper and I are really looking forward to our walk.

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It's very muddy and sticky.

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Don't worry, Skipper, you won't get stuck in it.

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No, I'm sure she won't. Let's go then, see what we can find.

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Come on, quick.

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A bog is somewhere where's there's lots of water in the soil.

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In all that lovely, muddy, squelchy stuff, there's some special plants.

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Look, Skipper's found something.

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Very good, Skipper, what's she found?

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She's got some moss.

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-What does that feel like?

-Like soft.

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Soft and fluffy.

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Wow, so get your fingers inside. What does that feel like?

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All watery and...

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Watery. That's right.

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And this is one of the most important things in the bog.

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This is what...

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makes the bog like this, so we can stand on it.

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It loves water, look. If you do that, see that?

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Then do that and squeeze some water out of it.

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So moss is really important for a bog because it loves water.

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Right, shall we go and see what else we can find in this bog?

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-Yes.

-Let's go.

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See these lovely little plants here. Do you know what they are?

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-SUN DEWS.

-Sun dews. Very good.

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Can you describe them?

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They're like little hairy faces.

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Little hairy balls for flies breakfast.

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Little hairy balls for flies breakfast.

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So you know what these eat. What do they eat?

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-Flies.

-Flies.

-Flies. That's right.

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These are clever plants, they've got sticky stuff all over these hairs

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and when a fly comes by and lands on them, it get stuck,

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then they close right up, and then they eat the fly.

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Isn't that amazing?

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Right, shall we move on then, see what else we can do in the bog?

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-Yeah.

-Yeah, let's go.

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Oh, I love that.

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What's Skipper found now?

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I know what that is. That's a spade for turf-cutting.

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For turf cutting?

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Go on, Nature Chris, have a go.

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OK, then. Do you want to hold Skipper for us?

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We've got a special spade. Let's see.

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You've got to cut it, dry it and burn it.

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That's right, so I can put it on my fire at home.

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Now, although we've had a great time ion the bog today,

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you must be careful because they can be dangerous.

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If you are going to have a look in a bog, make sure you take an adult.

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Wait for us, Skipper.

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There she is, look, waiting for us.

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You have all the best ideas, Skipper, don't you?

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That's it, John.

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Off we go then.

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TRAIN WHISTLE BLOWS

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LIVELY MUSIC PLAYS

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Look, there's some people over there. Shall we wave?

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Skipper and I have had a great day. Thanks for showing us around.

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Skipper has nothing on her paws, has she.

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She hasn't, but I think, Skipper,

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we should go back and see the green team.

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I can't wait to tell them about our day. Thanks, guys.

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Bye, Nature Chris. Bye, Skipper.

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BYE!

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HI!

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How was your walk with Nature Chris, Skipper?

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We had a great time, didn't we?

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We didn't just go for a walk today, we had a train ride as well.

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-How was your day at the zoo?

-BRILLIANT.

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Would you like to come and see the giraffes?

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Giraffes are fantastic, but we've got to get back to the balloon.

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OH!

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But you know what, there's always time for one more thing.

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ALL: Time for a song!

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# Just go ooh ooh like a monkey

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# Like a penguin running about

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# Yawn like lazy lions

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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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# Look 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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# 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 latest spider monkeys

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# To the giraffes 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 enormous poo

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# Just go ooh ooh like a monkey

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# Like a penguin, waddle about

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# Yawn like lazy lions

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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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# Look 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 At the zoo is where it's at! #

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Ooh-ooh! Ah-ah!

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# Swivel like a snake

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# Quack like a drake

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# Howl like a wolf Howl-lll!

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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 sealions

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# Watch them do their tricks

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# They're graceful in the water

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# So clumsy out of it

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# Cross to the pelican island and the beautiful flamingos

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# Watch the hogs catch another...

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# The sloth is oh so slow

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# Just go ooh ooh like a monkey

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# Like a penguin, waddle about

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# Yawn like lazy lions

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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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# Look 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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# At the zoo is where it's at! #

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The Green Balloon goes on holiday! 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. Lily-Rose, Ant and Cat help the keepers prepare meals for the zoo animals. Skipper takes Nature Chris on a walk in a peat bog.

Green Balloon Club members Katie and Jon show them around and look for the wildlife to be found there. Faye and Cameron in Ballymena show the team the vegetables they have been growing in their garden. Sky and a group of her friends make a big animal picture.

And of course the Green Balloon Club is never complete without a song - a special zoo song.


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