Episode 3 Green Balloon Club Goes on Holiday


Episode 3

The Green Balloon travels to Northern Ireland, where the children have a go at being keepers at Belfast Zoo. Ant is spotting peacocks, which seem to turn up everywhere in the zoo.


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# Gather round, one and all

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# You've got to 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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Hi there. We're going on our trip to Northern Ireland

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and we're going to do something really fun. Look! Here we are now.

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# Let's go together Somewhere we haven't been

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# Making friends and doing things in places we haven't seen

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

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# Let's go and have a sunny time 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.

-And we can't wait!

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Shall we see what Nature Chris and Skipper are up to?

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ALL: Yes!

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Hi, Green Team. We're in Carnlough today.

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I'll be taking Skipper for a nice walk in the hills.

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-SKIPPER WHINES

-What was that, Skipper?

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Apparently, she's going to be taking ME for a nice walk.

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And Jelly'll be bringing us a special report. Won't you, Jelly?

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That's right, Nature Chris.

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We'll be meeting some wild animals up close. See you later!

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We'll get reports from our members in 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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Clap, clap, clap.

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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.

-ALL: Yay!

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# That's just where it's at!

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

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My favourite game is hide-and-seek.

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Today, I get to play it with the animals in the rainforest house.

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Let's see what we can spy.

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Wow!

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It's warm in here.

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Look! What's that bird up there?

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That one's got a long name. It's called a white-cheeked turaco.

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It's found in West Africa and eats things like berries and fruit

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and little insects. He's really pretty.

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He needs to be really sharp-eyed in here, this being a rainforest.

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-Oh, there! I can see a tortoise.

-These are red-footed tortoises.

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They've lovely little spots, haven't they?

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Sometimes, when they're sitting really still, they look like a rock.

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-They're camouflaged.

-You could walk past them really easily,

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so that was a really good find to spot one in there.

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OK.

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-Wow.

-Let's have a look.

-Look at these ducks!

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Aren't they pretty? They're called a fulvous whistling duck.

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Do they whistle?

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They do indeed.

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You never thought you'd hear a duck whistle, sure you didn't?

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They sometimes, when they get excited,

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have this little whistle, like this...

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THEY WHISTLE A NOTE

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That's a very good try.

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-Do you think they'll over and think we're a duck?

-I think so.

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Look at that other bird.

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What do you think that is?

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-It looks like a peacock to me.

-It does,

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-but do you know what is is?

-No.

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It's a large pigeon.

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These are the biggest species of pigeon in the world.

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It's called a sheep-maker's crowned pigeon.

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I love their crowns!

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Look! They're wagging their tails.

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I love those pigeons.

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-What are those things hanging down?

-Well spotted.

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Those are Rodrigues fruit bats.

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They don't look like bats, do they?

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No, because they're sleeping at the minute. During the day,

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they wrap themselves up really nice and snug, and they just hang there.

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Ooh! He's spreading his wings.

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And look - he's having a scratch.

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He's scratching his chin.

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What's that up there?

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This is probably the star of our rainforest.

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-It looks really funny.

-It does.

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It's called a two-toed sloth.

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A two-toed sloth is probably the laziest animal in the world,

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because they do everything really slowly.

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They move really slowly and eat very slowly.

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We call our sloth Jasmine, which is a pretty name.

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She's got a flower name, like me.

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She does indeed, and just like you, she's very pretty as well.

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Can I let you into a little secret?

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-She's my favourite animal in here. Don't be telling anybody.

-OK!

-OK.

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ALL: We are the explorers

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THEY CALL OUT THEIR NAMES

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We're looking for adventures!

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What are we going to see?

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Oh, there are some monsters to see!

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Sure they are big, but they don't frighten me

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Up, up, up! It's a climbing tree

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I can look out for dinosaurs but they can't see me

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We are the explorers

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We're heading on our way

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We're looking for adventures

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What can we find today?

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Into the dark woods Follow if you can

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Treading very softly Past the wooden man

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It could have been through the bushes

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Hiding in the green

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You never know what's out there

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Make sure you can't be seen

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We are the explorers

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We're heading on our way

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We're looking for adventures

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What can we find today?

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Then we reach our best place

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This den's our secret hideout

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Where nobody can find us

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Till we hear a faraway shout...

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-It's tea-time!

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..So it's...pack up the secret den

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Back through the woods again

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Back through the bushes

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And past the wooden man

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Climb down the climbing tree

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Rush past the monsters, free

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Back to the place where we first began

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We are the explorers

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THEY CALL OUT THEIR NAMES

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We're looking for adventures

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But now we're back for tea.

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Today I'm at an animal rescue centre.

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I can't wait to see who we're going to meet. Come on, let's go!

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Hello! Hello, Ellie-Rose, hello, Charlie, hello, Niamh!

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Hello, Jelly!

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-Are you excited to see the animals?

-Yes!

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Yes! We're going to take it in turns.

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Ellie-Rose, you and me are first, OK? Come on, then!

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Shall we cover our eyes for the animal surprise?

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You can do it at home as well.

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Can I look yet?

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-Aww.

-Oh! What is that?

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-This is Becky.

-Is it a mouse?

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-No.

-Squirrel?

-Hamster?

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No, it's a ferret.

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Have a sniff.

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Eww!

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She needs a bath.

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-Look at her claws, they are so spiky, aren't they?

-Yeah.

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-Can you see what colour her eyes are?

-Yeah. Pink.

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They are, they're pink. Like your jumper.

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You can tickle her tummy, she loves it!

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Oh, and she's off!

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Oh, look!

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I wonder what animal is going to be next?

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-Hello, Jelly!

-Hello, Charlie, there are you!

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We've got to cover our eyes for our animal surprise. No peeking!

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No peeking!

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Oooh! Ah!

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Hello, Debbie.

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-Hi.

-Charlie, what is that?

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It's an owl.

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It is an owl, look at the owl.

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-What is his name?

-Peekay.

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-And what does he feel like, Charlie?

-Like a owl.

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He feels like an owl?

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No, no, no, owl.

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A-tweet, a-twoo!

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Twit-twoo!

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He's got such big eyes, hasn't he? Big eyes like me.

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He has. Peekay likes to come out in the middle of the night

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and those big eyes help him see, so he can find mice for his dinner.

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-They help him see in the dark.

-He can see very well, better than us.

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Can I hold him?

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-Yeah, you hold him!

-OK.

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You put your arm in. All the way to the very end. Push, push, push!

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Can you hold him up?

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Brilliant! Is that fun?

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-He's heavy.

-He's a bit heavy?

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He was great, wasn't he? Debbie's gone to get the next animal

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and I know what it is, I can give you a clue.

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It is round in a ball and has spikes.

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-I'm so excited!

-I'm so excited!

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-Are you going to cover your eyes for the surprise?

-Yeah.

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I know what it is. Come on, Debbie!

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You can open your eyes.

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It's a hedgehog!

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-Yes.

-You're right!

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He's called Spike because he is spiky.

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Out in the wild some animals like to eat hedgehogs.

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-Like foxes and badgers.

-No!

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So it needs its prickles to keep himself safe.

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-Rolls into a ball.

-You're right! Shall we see him rolled into a ball?

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If we put him onto his back, he should curl up.

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I know when they also curl up in a ball - when they hibernate.

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Do you know what that means, Niamh?

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When they go to sleep for a whole winter until spring time.

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That's right. When they go to sleep in the winter until springtime.

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-Are you ready for your last surprise?

-Yes!

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Let's put Spike away and we'll go and get him.

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I'll get Charlie and Ellie-Rose.

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OK, cover your eyes.

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Open your eyes!

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Aww!

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What is it?

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-What is it, everybody?

-It's a wee fox.

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-It's a fox.

-A wee fox!

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-Debbie, can we stroke her?

-Yes, but only because she's a friendly fox.

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If she was wild, we couldn't pet her.

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Give her lots of pets.

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-What does she feel like, Charlie?

-Soft.

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Yeah.

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She's so orange.

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-Yeah.

-Her eyes are the same colour as her fur, aren't they?

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Her whiskers are easier to see than on other animals.

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That's a good point.

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Her whiskers show up because they are black against white fur.

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She's got a big, bushy tail.

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-Her tail.

-Beautiful fluffy tail.

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Does anybody know what a fox's tail is called?

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I know! It is called a bush!

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-A brush!

-No, I mean a brush!

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Yes, it's called a brush.

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Look at the wet nose.

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-Yeah, is it a wet nose?

-It's wet!

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Look, stick out tongue!

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Oh, she's cheeky!

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-It's cheeky!

-Cheeky, yes!

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-She's the funniest fox I've ever seen!

-I loved meeting the animals.

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Spike and Peekay and Becky the ferret and Linny the fox.

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-Didn't you?

-Yes!

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-Yes, but I think Linny the fox was my favourite.

-Me too!

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Yes! This is special reporter Jelly, and all my friends,

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reporting to Green Balloon Club. Up, up and away!

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-Will you guys help me get the birthday party ready?

-Birthday party?

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-It's not my birthday.

-It's not for you, Ant.

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I'll help, I love birthday parties.

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But whose birthday is it?

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You have to wait and see. Come on, let's go!

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First we have to make lots of peanut butter sandwiches.

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-This smells good enough to eat.

-These aren't for us.

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Wow, that pile's getting even bigger.

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Oh!

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Now we're on our last two.

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-Oh.

-What are they for?

-This is for the birthday.

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But I'm not telling you any more.

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-I'll help you, Kat.

-I'll help too.

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-You can out some fruit in too.

-OK.

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Three.

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-Four.

-I'm going to put some mangoes in.

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I think that box is done.

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OK. What's that?

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Well, it is...

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-cake!

-Wow!

-It looks amazing!

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Yes, and it's got a little cherry on the top.

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-But we're not going to eat it.

-Who's it for?

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You'll find out, but we have to get all these presents there.

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I can't see where I'm going.

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Careful with these presents.

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Wow. I'll tell you what we're doing now.

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We're going to have a bear birthday party, we need to hide the presents

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-cos it's a surprise birthday party.

-Wow!

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I think I'm going to hid my box here.

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I'm going to hide mine here.

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This is the cake. I think I'll hide it under this rock.

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Ha, I wonder if they'll find it in here.

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-I've got a really good place for our present.

-Where shall we pop it?

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-Here!

-That looks excellent.

-I hope the bears will find it.

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I think they will.

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Yay!

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-They're smelling food.

-They smell it.

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-Oh, they're going to get their presents.

-Licking their lips.

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-I think they're smelling our scent.

-They're going for our present first.

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-Look, look!

-He's like, "What's in here?"

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He sat down, they're going to open it.

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Come on, open it.

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They're eating the sandwiches!

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They like it!

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That one has gone for the pink one now.

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-They eat really fast.

-Wow.

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I think the bears have opened my parcels now.

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He's eating a sandwich!

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Oh, he's got his head in.

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He's trying to eat it!

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They're cutting the box open so everything falls out.

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-It's like a picnic.

-Yes!

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The wrapping paper is like the picnic blanket.

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There's food falling under it.

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-That one's going for another parcel.

-The one I hid in the tyre?

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It's a game of hide-and-seek but with parcels...

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He's got it!

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He's going to eat it now!

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I wish they'd find the cake, I want to see if they eat it.

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-Hi, Raymond.

-Hi, guys.

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Thanks for giving the bears a fantastic birthday today.

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Anybody have any questions?

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-Are these bears family?

-They are.

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We have three. Dad, Romero, Mum, Minky and the baby, Spook.

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But Spook, although he's the youngest, he's the biggest.

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The baby is the biggest?!

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The baby is the biggest! See the ridge over his eyes?

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-He's really...

-That's the baby?

-That's the baby.

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You can tell him apart.

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He's going for the cake!

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Look, he's found the cake!

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The mum's found the cake.

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I hope it eats it first.

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It's got the cake in its mouth!

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That's Spook on the left there.

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He's taking the cake from the mum now.

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He's a bit greedy sometimes.

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-That's why he's grown so big.

-He's cheeky.

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They found all the presents!

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Well done!

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ALL: Happy birthday, bears.

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You know what, Skipper?

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It's so beautiful here at Carnlough with the boats,

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the lovely mountains, we don't need to go for a walk today.

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-SKIPPER MOANS

-You what?

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You want a walk anyway?

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OK, maybe in a minute. Let me finish this.

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Ooh, we're going now? OK.

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What is it, Skipper?

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Ooh, Skipper, look down here.

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It looks like limestone, which is really good because some things,

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wild flowers being one of them, really love limestone.

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These flowers grow in this soil especially.

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These are called Ox-eye Daisies.

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It's beautiful. Like daisies you get at home but loads bigger.

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Look at the big yellow bit.

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Talking of yellow, we've got lovely yellow buttercups as well.

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Is that what you wanted to show me, then?

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Looks like there's more!

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What have you got there, Skipper?

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Ah, she's found some hazelnuts.

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They must have fallen off this hazel tree.

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Let's have a look at these.

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I think a mouse has been at this one.

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They hold the nut with their top teeth

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and then use their bottom like this...

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to crack into the nut and then gnaw all the way round.

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Then they can get inside, just like that one.

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This is a squirrel.

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You can tell, as it's all neat.

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It's a very clean crack.

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A squirrel gets its top two teeth

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and gets them in the top and goes CRUNCH!

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It cracks open and he can get inside the nut.

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Well, thanks for showing me those, Skipper, they're fantastic.

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-SKIPPER BARKS

-Oh, is that not it? More to find?

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Let's go and see what Skipper's got, then.

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Ah, she's found some wild garlic.

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I'll give it a try.

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Mmm! It really tastes of garlic.

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Really strong!

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That's good, I love garlic.

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Oh, it looks like Skipper's off somewhere again.

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Skipper, oh, wow!

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It's this waterfall we've been coming to see!

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Isn't that a gorgeous waterfall?

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Just listen to it, it's really loud.

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It's cos it's so powerful that it's made this lovely valley

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that Skipper's taken me on a walk up.

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I can see why you wanted to come to the end now, Skipper.

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Oh! Wait for me, Skipper.

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We've had a fantastic time seeing great stuff.

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The waterfall at the end was just beautiful.

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But I think Skipper's missing Cat.

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Come on, let's go.

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ALL: Hi!

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How was your walk with Nature Chris, Skipper?

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We had a brilliant time. Northern Ireland is so beautiful.

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-How was the zoo?

-Brilliant.

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Can we take you to see the bears?

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I love bears, I wish we had time. We've got to go.

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ALL: Ohhh!

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There's always time for one more thing.

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ALL: Time for a song!

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# Go ooh-ooh like a monkey

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# Like a penguin waddle about

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# 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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# 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 baby spider monkeys

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# To the giraffes oh, so tall

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# Ring-tailed lemurs curiously

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# Climb all over you

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# It's not very elegant Mucking out the elephants

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# And their enormous poo!

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# Go ooh-ooh like a monkey

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# Like a penguin waddle about

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# 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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# 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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# At the zoo is where it's at. #

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Ooh-ooh-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 wolfhound Oooh!

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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 big sea lions

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# Watch them do their tricks

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# So graceful in the water

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# 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 river hogs counting hedgehogs

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# The sloth moves oh, so slow

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# Go ooh-ooh like a monkey

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# Like a penguin waddle about

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# Yawn like a lazy lion

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# That's what it's all about

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# Twit-twoo 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 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. The team are packing birthday presents for the bears, and Ant is spotting peacocks, which seem to turn up everywhere in the zoo. Skipper takes Nature Chris on a walk in Carnlough Bay to find something very special.

Green Balloon Club members Micah, Jaygo, Oisin, Dylan and Sasha explore some of their very special places, while Jelly is at an animal hospital with some Green Balloon friends. They are lucky enough to have close encounters with beautiful wild animals. And of course the Green Balloon Club is never complete without a song - a special zoo song.


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