Episode 5 Green Balloon Club Goes on Holiday


Episode 5

The Green Balloon travels to Northern Ireland where the children have a go at being keepers at Belfast Zoo. The team have the fun job of mucking out the elephants.


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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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Look - we're coming in to land!

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# Let's go 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 zoo keepers for the day.

-And we can't wait!

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Before we get started,

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-shall we see what Nature Chris and Skipper are up to?

-Yeah!

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Hi there, Green Team. We're at Peatlands Park today

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and we're going to be exploring this muddy bog.

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And Skipper's got a surprise for me!

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Jelly's out bringing us our special reports. Aren't you?

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Yes, that's right.

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Today I'm going to be staying up really late,

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waiting to see some really spiky creatures.

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We'll be getting reports from our Green Balloon Club members

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from Northern Ireland.

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It's time for the Green Balloon Club chant.

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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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-Now, let's get going. We've got animals to look after.

-Yay!

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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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We're helping out with the elephants.

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-I have a special job for you.

-That one's going to the toilet!

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It looks like a waterfall.

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Funny you should mention that.

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You'll find out what you're doing in a minute. Let's go.

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OK, guys. I've got a special job for you to do today.

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It's a very smelly job, so you'll have to hold your nose.

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-You're going to clean out some elephant pooh.

-Ugh!

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You think you can do that?

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-Yeah.

-You think you can manage? The smell's not too bad?

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OK. We can't use little tiny shovels for this big pooh,

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-so we have to use big, jumbo-sized shovels.

-Gigantic!

-Gigantic ones.

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-So, this one's for you, Lily-Rose.

-Yes.

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And one for you. And one for you.

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-All ready?

-Yeah...

-OK!

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Go for it!

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That's it.

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Keep going, I'll push it on for you.

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Keep going.

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Keep going, push it.

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LILY-ROSE STRAINS

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Oh, this is heavy for me, but it's fun.

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Ugh.

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It's not as easy as it looks, sure it isn't.

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Very big. Lots of pooh.

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-That's it. Team work.

-Can you help me?

-Yes, certainly.

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There you go.

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Oh, that's it.

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I don't think our wheelbarrow's going to take any more.

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-Sorry...

-It keeps coming off when I put it on.

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Done!

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Thank you.

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-OK, guys, do you want to know something about elephant pooh?

-Yeah.

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I have to put on my special blue gloves.

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A elephant only digests about 40% of its food,

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so the majority of the elephant pooh is made up of hay.

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The elephants get the hay for their dinner

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and when you inside the pooh, it's pretty much the same.

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It doesn't break down, that's why you can see hay.

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You see? That's why it smells so bad.

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It's still green, the same colour as the hay. Smelly. You want a smell?

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-No.

-OK.

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There's lots of pooh.

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BOTH: Hello.

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I'm Tara.

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And I'm Eve.

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-We've got some special friends living in our garden.

-Come and see.

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These are chickens.

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This is my chicken and she's laying eggs.

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And you can tell because of this wee comb on her head.

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If it's red and it's really, really big, it means she's laying eggs.

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You have to hold her a special way so the egg doesn't get crushed inside.

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You put your hand underneath her like this

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and you put your hand over the top so she doesn't flap her wings.

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We're really lucky to have chickens in our garden.

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These are Rhode Island Reds.

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I call her Mrs Peck because she keeps pecking things.

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Especially daisies.

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There she goes!

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There's lots of different types of chickens!

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Here's Tracy, a wee bantam.

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Look at her hairdo.

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That's why we called her Tracy, after Tracy Beaker.

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This is my duck.

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DUCK QUACKS

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DUCK QUACKS He's so soft.

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-Let's take him for a swim. C'mon!

-That's a good idea.

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Put him in here!

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DUCK QUACKS

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There he goes.

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She's so sweet. She's only a month old,

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but she's gotten so big!

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There's somebody laying an egg, come and see.

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Hello, chicken.

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That's a lot of eggs!

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Let's see if we can go and find some more.

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Come on.

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Our chickens lay so many eggs.

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They're cheeky chickens laying them everywhere.

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Like an Easter egg hunt every day.

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I found one! Look.

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I can't find any.

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Can you spot one?

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Here it is. This one looks like a good 'un!

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The chickens have given us so-o-o many eggs!

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I think it's time we give them some food.

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-BOTH:

-Dinnertime!

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They love their seeds.

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Hope you enjoyed seeing our chickens.

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-BOTH:

-Bye!

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I've got something special for you to meet today.

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This is Samantha, our royal python.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Do you want to hold her on her tail end.

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What does she feel like?

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She's a bit heavy and she's smooth.

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Is she wet, or...?

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No, she's dry, but cold cos she's a reptile.

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She's a reptile so she's cold blooded.

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How come people think they are slimy?

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-Because she's shiny, people think she's wet.

-Oh!

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-She's squeezing your hand?

-Yeah, this one.

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-Do you think she eats loads?

-Yeah.

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What if I told you she only gets one mouse a week?

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She doesn't look like she only eats one mouse.

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-What shape is her tongue?

-It looks like she's got two tongues.

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It's like a V-shape. She can smell and taste food in two directions.

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I thought a snake would be scary.

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I'm really pleased I met Samantha.

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Peacocks live all over the zoo.

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They may be brown, white, green or blue. I'm going peacock spotting.

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You spot some, too!

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It's the elephant house, but who is that?

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That's not an elephant, all gray and fat.

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It has a crest, and feathers, too.

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I've spotted a peacock, have you?

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Here are the sea lions, by the pool.

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But that's not a sea lion, that's a peacock, how cool!

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Lots of little prairie dogs, scuttling around.

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That's not one, that's a peacock I found!

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Here's an otter, this pool belongs to him.

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There's a peacock, do you think he wants a swim?

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One peacock, two peacock, three peacock, four.

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Keep looking, can you spot some more?

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The cheeky ringtail lemurs look like they've found a friend.

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You're not a lemur, you can't pretend.

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What's in here? It's a porcupine. And here are some meetkats.

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Don't they look fine?

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But there's other animals, can you see?

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One peacock, two peacocks, another makes three. One more makes four.

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There are five.

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These peacocks go on forever.

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So, I've seen one with the elephants, two with the sea lions.

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Three with prairie dogs, four with the otters, five with the lemurs.

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Six, seven, eight, nine and ten

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all with the meetkats and the porcupine again.

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Peacocks live all over the zoo.

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They may be brown, white, green or blue. I've spotted 10.

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Did you spot them, too?

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Hi, Nature Chris and Skipper.

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SKIPPER WHIMPERS

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My name is Jake.

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Hi, Jake. This looks fantastic. What are we gonna do?

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Have a walk around the bog.

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Excellent, what do you think, Skipper?

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I think Skipper has a surprise for me, do you know anything about that?

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-Not telling.

-OK, shall we go walk?

-Yeah.

-Let's go.

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Let's go, Skipper.

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All right, let's have a look, then, Jake.

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Oh, look at this.

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-Yeah?

-Do you see this plant?

-Yeah.

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Let's have a look.

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Now this, you wouldn't normally find around here.

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This has come from America.

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-It doesn't belong in Northern Ireland.

-No, you don't find it here.

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This is called a pitcher plant. Lovely colour.

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-Yes, a beautiful light green.

-It is.

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The colour of a green balloon.

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The colour of our balloon.

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If I pull this back, what can you see in there?

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Can you see anything?

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-Wrinkles?

-They're actually hairs.

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What's clever about these hairs is that if a little insect lands on them

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and the hairs point down, the insect falls down, inside the plant.

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What this plant does is actually eat insects.

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There you go, look.

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Inside are loads of flies.

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So, that's the pitcher plant.

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It catches things like flies

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and it uses those as food.

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Let's have a look what Skipper's found over here.

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Berries.

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-They are berries.

-Watch, they're poison berries.

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You're right to be careful, they're red,

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and red berries are often poisonous.

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Never touch berries unless you're with a grown up.

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This one, I know, is perfectly fine. This is called a cranberry.

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I'm gonna try this one.

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It's good. Do you want to try it?

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Yeah.

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How is it?

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JAKE SPITS CHRIS LAUGHS

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Well done for being brave and trying it.

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Shall we continue? See what else we can find. This way.

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-Come on, Skipper.

-I like this bog.

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Look! Bunny tails!

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Oh, wow, they do look like bunny tails.

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All soft and fluffy, like Skipper's tail.

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These have got a different name, they're called bog cotton.

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Bunnies and hares, they eat this stuff,

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so bunny tails is quite a good name for them, I think.

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-Shall we see what else we can find?

-Yep.

-Let's go.

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Jake, what on earth is this channel here for?

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Em, it's for bog snorkelling.

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-For bog snorkelling?

-Yeah.

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-Hang on, is this my surprise?

-Yes.

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What have I got to do?

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You'll be going bog snorkelling and you and Skipper are gonna race.

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OK, I'm up for it, Skipper, how about you? Let's go get ready.

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On your marks.

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Get set. Go!

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Skipper won!

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Oh, hello, Skip.

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You been here for ages?

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Good race, though I think Skipper probably won.

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Time to say bye, though. Bye!

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-ALL:

-Bye!

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And action!

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Special reporter Jelly reporting for Green Balloon Club.

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Today, I'm in Northern Ireland.

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I'm so excited because I'm doing the filming myself.

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I'm going to be filming some animals and staying up late

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with some Green Balloon Club members.

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Let's meet them.

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-ALL:

-Hi, Jelly!

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Hello, this is Calvin and Paulina and Murray, isn't it?

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Yes.

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I'm so excited because we're going to be doing some filming in your garden.

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I brought my camera here, if you take it from me so we can film.

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So what are we going to film?

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-ALL:

-Hedgehogs!

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Hedgehogs? Your hedgehogs?

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Yes.

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In your garden?

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Yes.

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That is amazing.

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And what do we have to do to get ready for them?

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We have to put dog food and cat food, bowls and birdseed out.

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Dog and cat food?

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-ALL:

-Yes!

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-But hedgehogs don't eat that, do they?

-Yes, they do.

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If they eat bread and drink milk they get very sick.

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Oh, I see.

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We're experts.

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Great! Let's go!

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To the house!

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So, here we are, inside, waiting for the hedgehogs.

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Yes.

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It is very exciting, isn't it?

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-ALL:

-Yes.

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You could go outside, but you'd probably scare them,

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then you'd never see them again.

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That's right. That's why we're inside, looking out of the window.

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I thought I saw something!

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Where?

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Was it there?

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-It was small and round.

-Where?

-Oh, it was a fat ball.

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SHE LAUGHS

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Ha-ha!

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I wish the hedgehogs would come and see us.

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Hedgehog!

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Really?!

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Look at it!

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Oh, yes, I can see it.

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Hello!

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Hello, hedgehog.

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That's enormous!

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I'm filming, I'm filming.

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It's looking around and smelling to find where the food is.

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It's eating cat food!

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Yes. He's munching the food we put out.

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Yes, and look at his little eyes.

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We got one, we got one.

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Look at his tongue.

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He's got...

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-He's got a hundred spikes!

-I would say he's got more than that.

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I would say he's got more than that.

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Paulina, why are hedgehogs spiky?

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To protect themselves.

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So nobody eats them.

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No.

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Where's he going?

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-ALL:

-Bye!

-Bye-bye!

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Thank you for letting me come and film your hedgehogs.

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It was a pleasure.

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OK, guys, this is Jenny, Jenny's come in to inspect all your pooh-lifting.

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Doonya's coming in behind.

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How can you tell what their names are?

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They've all got differences, the same way people have.

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This one's Jenny. Jenny has lots of freckles on the top of her trunk.

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Spots and raggedy ears.

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Doonya's the one on the right and she's got big legs

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and a big long tail. Jenny's got a short, stumpy tail.

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They're very wrinkly, are they very old?

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They're middle-aged.

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Jenny's 49 years old and Doonya, she's 36.

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How long can they live for?

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In captivity, in zoos,

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elephants can live anything between 55 and 65 years old.

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They have massive feet.

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They've got very big feet to support all the weight from their bodies.

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They've got big toenails, as well.

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Which have to get cut and cleaned.

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Would you say the trunk's the most sensitive bit of their body?

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Very sensitive. The trunk is between your nose and top lip.

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That's what they use for picking up all their food.

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-Elephants have come in for breakfast, shall we feed them?

-Yeah.

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They look like our breakfast, don't they?

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-Shall we go?

-Yeah.

-Let's go.

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Do you want to take a handful?

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You have to throw it hard to get it over the wall. OK?

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That's it.

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-This is really fun.

-There you go.

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Yay, I got some over.

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This is Doonya.

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We're gonna get Doonya to put her foot up and we're gonna scrub her

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and then you're gonna stick some moisturiser on her feet.

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-OK.

-It's like the moisturiser we put on.

-It is.

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Lift. Lift. Lift.

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-Stop, Doonya.

-Wow!

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See how dirty her foot is? It's all grass and sand.

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-Ready to put the moisturiser on?

-Yeah.

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Hold your hands out, that's it.

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Oh! It's cold.

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OK, if you want to come up a wee bit closer and put it on her leg here.

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That's it, just put it straight on her leg and rub it in.

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That's it.

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-Aww!

-Isn't she really rough?

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She's really rough.

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-You can see the hair.

-She's dirty.

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Make sure you rub it in right round her toes and heels.

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It's like a massage for an elephant.

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She's like, "Thank you!"

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-Thank you for letting us help you with the elephant.

-It's been fun.

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From the moisturiser, her foot's gone all white.

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-Hi!

-How was your walk with Nature Chris, Skipper?

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I think Skipper had a great day.

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She had a surprise for me

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and she made me go swimming in a big, muddy bog.

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-ALL:

-Ew!

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How was the zoo?

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-ALL:

-Brilliant.

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-Can I take you to see the elephants?

-Oh, I love elephants...

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-but it's getting late, we've got to get back to the balloon.

-Aw!

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There's always time for one more thing...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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# If you yawn like a lazy lion That's what it's all about

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# Twoot-twoot 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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# The zoo is where it's at

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# Strolling round and round the zoo 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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# It's not very elegant Mucking out the elephants

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# And their enormous pooh

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# Go "ooh-ooh" like a monkey

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# Like a penguin, waddle about

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# If you yawn like a lazy lion That's what it's all about

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# Twoot-twoot 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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# The zoo is where it's at

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Ooh-ooh, ah-ah!

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# Sliver like a snake

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# Quack like a drake

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# Howl like a wolf, how-l!

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# 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

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# So clumsy out of it

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# Jump across to the pelican island

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# And the beautiful flamingos

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# Watching river hogs And prairie dogs

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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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# If you yawn like a lazy lion That's what it's all about

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# Twoot-twoot 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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# 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. The team have the fun job of mucking out the elephants - but they get rewarded for their hard work. Skipper takes Nature Chris on a walk in a peat bog with Green Balloon Club member Jake, but Nature Chris doesn't know they have a wet surprise in store for him.

Green Balloon Club members Nimah and Tara introduce some of their chickens, while Jelly and some of her Green Balloon friends, Clavin, Paulena and Murray, are staying up late to try and film hedgehogs in the garden. And of course the Green Balloon Club is never complete without a song - a special zoo song.


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