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Ever get the feeling that something is totally out of your control?


You a bit nervous about today?s show, Naomi?


It?s just from where I?m sat, it's all looking a little bit downhill.


Cheer up, Naomi, you?ll soon get into the swing of things.


Then hold on tight, because we are about to go Wild!


We?re here to inspire you to make that move off of the sofa and get


And this week we are getting wild at Adrenalin Quarry just


This place is wired for adventure so we?re filling it with some


Yes, we?ve got Sean Conway, intrepid athlete and explorer.


Some noise? Give it up for our wild audience! And if after filling


yourself with all of yourself you find yourself a little peckish,


tonight worry, because we've also got all of this. Time finds out that


mucking in at a wildlife centre is no walk in the park. Park. Our Wild


Things learn that mountain bikes come in all shapes and sizes when


they ride the dirt tracks of deep Wale It feels like freedom. And we


meet Sam, a nature detective in search of suburb an suspects. What


an hour. And we don't want to just bring you great adventure. We want


to bring you some fascinating animals too. Our first animal is a


reptile, a scaly carnivore with a head for heights. The pterodactyl?


Well, no, because they're extinct. What?! Are you? Radzi, have you


heard this? While Tim comes to grips with that brand-new information,


let's look at the monitor lizard. When did this happen then? There are


around 73 species of monitorlieser Ards in the world and some are even


able to count. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from


smaller ones through to the Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard.


With strong legs, jaws and clause, and reaching speeds of over 20 miles


per hour, they are formidable feisty feasters. We have one here today.


Please meet Dusty, who is a Busk monitor lizard. Luke, thank you for


bringing him see us. Where would we find a lizard like this? They are


also called Savannah lizards. He's a little slow today, is he fully


grown? No, he's about a metre, but they can get up to a


metre-and-a-half. We are saying it is a bit cold. He looks quite big.


I'm imagining he could be quite slow and cumbersome, is that right? They


can move quite fast. When they want to run fast they pick their bellies


off the floor and get quite a speed up, and they can climb. Which is why


we have seize logs set up like this to illustrate how strong a climber


he. Is look at those clause, gripping to pull himself up. He


could climb vertically if he wanted to? Yes. Why do they need to climb


trees? They like to eat eggs, so they climb for the bird nests. Wild


audience, come on over. I know you have questions. Do they have sharp


teeth? That's a good question. A big lizard but their teeth are quite


blunt but they've got power in their bite. They can crack through the


shells of snails and crabs. How fast do they grow? Good question. They


grow fast in the first bit of life. Over six months they can triple


their size, which is like a baby growing to your size in six months.


That's crazy. Andrew has actually tried that big swing that we did at


the beginning of the programme. Why do they stick their tongues out? The


same thing that snakes are doing. Like most lizards, he smells with


his tongue. He's smelling, not being rude. Thank you for being such a


brilliant creature, Dusty. Dusty. And Luke, thank you for bringing him


to see us. Indulge your eyes on Zip lines, zorbing balls, rock


climbing, but my favourite this week is Sam aged ten. He's geared up and


ready. Tsunami of you at home have been


sending in your clips of your animal impressions like this one from


Milly. I'm Milly and I'm going to do age pressing of a duck for you.


That's good. Well done Milly. This is from Gemma, inspired by our


Dartmoor show and the Wolves. That's good. Keep sending them in.


We want to hear from you, even if they are rubbish.


You may have seen this picture already this week. It is part of our


take a wild guess. So many of you think you know what it is. Violet


says it might be a sloth. Some of you think it might be an owl. I'm


going for Radzi's toenail. I wonder what it will be this week. I really


don't know. I do think they're eyes. Keep your Wild guesses coming in.


We'll tell you what it is towards We'll tell you what it is towards


the the end of this show. Some of our more adventurous guests have a


tendency to go wandering off in search of extreme distractions. Sean


Conway is an endurance adventurer to the extreme. He cycles not only the


length of Britain but around the world, pedalling 140 miles a day.


Not content with this, he decided to be the first man to swim the length


of Britain, in 2013. After 135 days at sea, he emerged from the water


and helpeded straight into the history books. And here he, is


whizzing in on the zip wire. It is endurance adventurary Sean Conway.


Pretty impressive. Just like that set of clips we've just seen of his


achievements. Hey! How are you? That was amazing. You call yourself an


endurance adventurer so what drives you to do these challenges? You


certainly like to put yourself to the test. Test. I think it is fear


after leading on ordinary life. I did that for too long and I made a


conscious decision to make the most of life and add days to my life.


Tell us some of your recent activities? In 2012 I attempted the


world record for round the world cycling. You cycled around the


world? To Australia and turned around. How many miles was that?


16,000 miles in 116 days. Wow! That was quite tough, that one. More


eventually I became the first person in history to swim Land's End to


John o'Groats up to coast, four-and-a-half months at sea. Tell


us about some of the hard challenges you faced? 20 foot waves, freezing


cold warm. Mostly the jellyfish. I kept being stung on the face by


jellyfish, so I grew this beard as a jellyfish protector. On your


journeys you must have spotted some fantastic wildlife. It is amazing.


The great in Great Britain is there for a reason. I swam with dolphins


and seals and saw loads of fish and wildlife, puffins and explored


islands that pirates used to occupy. You've been to places other people


can't reach? Yes, especially when you pull into little coves and see


shipwrecks. How have you coped with injuries? My biggest one is I was


run over in America. Just take each day as it comings and listen to my


trainer and sit down and stretch and go to the gym. Get back outdoors.


That heals your mind a lot. You are so inspirational. Thank you Sean for


coming on the show. It would be a real shame not to put your swimming


skills to the test on the show. Radzi has wild swimming experience,


so we have decided to set you both a swimming sprint challenge. OK.


Complete with a few surprises thrown in. We are going to send you off to


get ready for that. We think it is good every once in a while to take


yourself out of your comfort zone. good every once in a while to take


Tim was certainly out of his when he had to go mucking out at a rescue


centre. Our presenter Tim is snoring like a


buffalo! He's going to be late for work. Tim! Get up, Tim! No! Society


I'm heading to the Secret World wildlife rescue centre to get up


close and personal with a few animals in need. Provided I make it


there on time. Come on, Tim, the you are keeping these animals waiting


and they're getting hungry. I made it. But only just, Tim. Hello. Hi


Tim. ? Welcome to Secret World. Thank you for having me. You're


welcome. I'm ready to go. Let's do this. You are going to need a little


bit of protection. That's your top, trousers to protect those legs and a


definite need for a pair of wellingtons? For walking dogs and


stroking cats? I tonight think we'll be doing that today. I'm afraid


quite a lot of it will involve a bit of poo option. She said poo. You


need to get changed let's get started. Looking sharp, Tim, but


that uniform won't be staying clean for long. Hi, I hear you've got a


job for me. Yes, feeding foxes. for long. Hi, I hear you've got a


Great, what do they eat? We've got dog food, dog biscuits, sausages,


chicken, apple. That doesn't look bad. Would you like some sausage?


Shshe says, I'll have this and then I will take that. Although these


foxing look friendly it is important to remember that they are at Secret


World, as they wouldn't survive by themselves. You should never


approach one in the wild. If you find an injured animal, tell an


adult, who can contact a wildlife hospital. Do you want some more?


Come on then. Just feeding foxes out of your hands. No big deal. I don't


think I will ever get to do anything like that again. You never know.


Feeding foxes was an easy job to get you warmed up, Tim. Now it's time to


get your hands dirty. Hi Josie. Hi, welcome to your next pen. You will


smell a lot of horrible things here but these are herring gull chicks.


That's right, cleaning baby seagull poo. Hi guys.


It's all right! There we go. There is one of them. That one pecked me!


That was easy! Onto next job! Right, I will get you... What is this? In


the wild, a herring gull would eat half a pound of fish every day,


making their blues so acidic, it could strip from your car. -- their


to. You are not done yet. Hopefully in a few years these guys will not


be stealing my chips. With the floor dried, what do the seagulls think of


your job? Look at these guys! They are so cute! And harmless! Don't


panic! You have already pooed on the floor. Thanks! You need to keep this


place clean! I don't have time to clean up after you lot, understand?


You walking too slow for me. You have plenty of jobs to be getting on


with. What a nice little place for a rest. You can't stop! We have a


special visitor. Really? That is what you get for sitting down on the


job. Shall we go? Let us go. That is feed the special visitor. Special


visitor? -- let us. We will show you this little fawn. She has been here


for one week. She is in the corner. She is trying to hide. We were just


put some broughs up for her and also we have some rose petals. How did


you get your? Unfortunately, she was chased into a river by a dog and she


was struggling so we had to rescue her. We looked around to see if we


could find her mother but she was nowhere to be seen so she had to be


brought to us and when she came in she was very weak, she could not


even stand up. But she is getting about really well and she is so well


camouflaged you can hardly see her! We will let her settle. There she


goes! She is right there. She has not got a mummy. But, next to this


place, she will grow old old enough to be a mummy, how nice is that? The


last job of the day is one that will really make you flap! Catching Tab


one, ready for release. They have been nursed back to health so they


need to be rounded up. -- catching Tab one. -- gulls.


need to be rounded up. -- catching this is for the best! To the skies.


Not us, the birds! UVR, this is the release site. Are


you sad to see them UVR, this is the release site. Are


get them into the wild? Both, really. We have put time and effort


into reading them but this is the emotional that they are gone.


However, it is time. One, two, three... You have done such a good


job, they don't want to leave you! CU! He is off! Yes! They are off!


That was good! I feel very emotional. Look at them, they have


never flown that this before. They are properly stretching their wings.


You have actually done a very good job, I am impressed! Job well done.


By all at secret world. Well done. Those gulls were certainly happy to


see the water again but is Radzi? Look at you! This is my favourite


summing cap! Here we go, 75 kilograms of your Wolverhampton Eve,


a man with little training in underwater swimming. Against a man


who has slammed the length of the UK. Are you ready? -- swam. What an


entry! Sean Conway going for the back is -- backflip. There are some


icebergs here, Sean would have encountered them in northern


Scotland. There is a turtle and also some jellyfish. Also, there is a


dolphin! Radzi is struggling. He has taken a breath of water. He is not


an amphibian. He will grab a league, if you can. He is pulling on all of


his... You will swim into the back, here. Grab his leg, Radzi! Do


whatever it takes! Radzi Slam for Blue Peter in an open water


challenge but I do not think this is enough, the winner is Sean Conway!


That was fantastic stuff. The boys clearly out of breath. How was it?


That was unbelievable, I am embarrassed about how tired I am.


John, absolute leisure. -- Sean Conway, absolute leisure. Ladies and


gentlemen, your winner! To be fair, Sean has had more practice.


Now, away from the wacky races we?re about to meet a wonderful bird that


can certainly stand its ground on the dramatic plains of Africa.


Secretary bird spoil the same hunting grounds as the Lion in


Africa on lakes that make them up to 1.2 metres tall, the height of the


nine-year-old. And those legs pack a punch. As they use them not only to


walk, but to attack prey. Especially snakes. Using their wings as


shields, they will stamp the snake to death before swallowing it whole.


This fancy footwork, not to mention funky feathers, makes them pretty


peculiar birds of prey. And who is this? She is an


18-month-old secretary bird. She has called Lady. Don't be afraid? Not at


all, she is gentle. She is more nervous than us! She is quite


scared. She can be, but she is dropping right into this, she has


been watching everything, especially the hedgehogs! Why are they called


secretary bird 's? If you look at the top of her head, all of those


feathers, in the 1800 's, they would wear wigs, secretarys, so that is


why. In that clip we could see one of those birds having a fight with


this neck. What was going on? -- with a snake. That is the main diet


and when they hunt snakes, they can kick it to death. They are


incredibly powerful. You have a snake? We might be able to


demonstrate! I have. Are we ready for this? Holdback! You have to look


scared! This is the snake! What is she doing? She is killing it! She is


pulverising it! And she will kill it. You have a question? What praise


on the secretary bird? Mainly the cat family, cats love ditches birds


so that is the main problem and when their babies, Al Zahra very big


problem but that is it. -- -- owls are. Can they fly? They are


beautiful and flying, but with these long legs, they spend as much time


on the ground as possible. They are running around, keeping them fit!


One more question? Can you remember, it was about using their wings? Why


do they have such big wings? Therefore flying but also


protection, when you are hunting for snakes, you need that big shield. We


must stress, that was only 840 snake, she enjoyed that! I have


never seen a bird like that. Thank you. Tim is with the next animal


guest. She is at a safe distance. Mark, welcome. With the secretary


bird make a meal from Bella? This is a North African hedgehog and this is


Bella. She is absolutely gorgeous. She is sleeping at the moment.


Similar to the UK hedgehog? Very similar, they seem smaller but this


is the standard size. She is much lighter because she comes from the


Desert area so it helps keep the sun away. And in North Africa, they do


not have many hedges? She would be found in mountain and scrub but not


to drive because would not many insects to eat. -- too dry. Like UK


hedgehogs, they are not turtle and a forage for food and she has very


good hearing and a sense of smell? We have hidden insects for her but


she is shy. She would use her big years to track those dying and her


shiny nose. She is fast asleep! Which is probably where I would


prefer to be! This early! These spines are quite similar to the UK


hedgehog? The very light and hollow. She is very well protected and she


can curl herself into a prickly ball. Unfortunately, she is not


going to wake up. Hedgehogs do not make very good pets at all. But you


can make your garden very friendly for hedgehog two, so get to the


website and search for the make your garden hedgehog friendly fact sheet


and you can download that. garden hedgehog friendly fact sheet


interrupt. We have some serious business! Thank you for joining us.


And thank you very much. The jury is in place. Hopefully the judge has


put in his teeth and another animal is getting ready to await its fate.


Mr Wasp, you hover before us today accused of disturbing the peace,


inciting violence and causing bodily harm. You've been accused of


sabotaging many a friendly outdoor picnic as well as other alfresco


dining arrangements. Defending you today... For the head prosecution,


please outline my case. Boo. Why are you booing me? It's a wasp! The


constant antisocial behaviour of the wasp, especially around food during


the summer month has struck terror into the hearts of those who like to


spend time outdoors. You like to picnic and barbecue? Yes. The very


sight of this is enough to make the hardiest of people go indoors. The


sight of this is enough to make the wasp is just searching for


high-energy food that needs to not just build but maintain a fantastic


wasp nest just like this one. Look at that work of art. A single wasp


nest can hold over Wasps. They lost need to feed their


young. So come on, everybody, surely we should toll late, even admire the


wasp Too much admiration. Ms Naomi Wilkinson you've displayed the wasp


to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, so Mr Ward, why do you


have such a problem with its behaviours? It is all about this, my


Lord. This is the It is all about this, my Lord.


Lord. This is the It is all about weapon of choice - the stinger. This


needle-sharp point, the wasp spears its victim, causing harm and... He


is exaggerating the size of this so-called weapon. It is really not


that big. It is tiny. Sustained. I agree with everything you've said,


Ms Wilkinson. I was trying to illustrate a point. It was pun.


There is no doubt that this sting right here is used to maim innocent


by standers. Repeated aggressive use of this sting is enough to induce


swellings, to folk all over the country. My Lord, I must stress this


weapon is not designed to cause terror to us humans. It is a very


useful tool. The wasp needs to use it to capture and immobilise insect


pests that would destroy our crops or food. Gardeners love them,


because they would eat all of your cabbages. If you are fighting for


survival, who wouldn't. If you leave them alone, they will leave you


alone. What else do they do that's good? They are pollinators. What? Do


you like food? Do you like flowers? Yes, roses. Without Wasps you would


not have half as much. Stop distracting me, this savage beast is


indiscriminate in its task... Order! You two come round here. Any more of


that and you're going to be spending at least two-and-a-half minutes in


the naughty corner, do you understand me? Sorry, my Lord.


Indeed. Throughout this case you've described the wasp to be something


which would be welcome to parties and picnics, not feared. On the


other hand, Mr Ward, you have explained that the wasp's sting does


mart and should be feared by humans. Jury, it is over to you. The due


deem the was top be guilty or not guilty? Raise your paddles now,


aloft with pride. It is a landslide in the courthouse. I deem this court


to deem the wasp not guilty. What?! Attack that Timothy. Now, he is


continually running, that wasp. This court is now officially closed. It


is now time to meet some really Wild Things. Seriously, not guilty? I


would have sent him down myself. Mountain biking is one of the UK's


most widespread extreme sports. But modern bikes


feature three wheels and handcycle options to make them accessible to


everyone and this week's Wild I have


a condition called cerebral palsy and I have had an operation and if I


did not have the operation, I would It is one


of my dreams to ride a bike. I know it sounds easy


but it is not for some people. And this weekend, Nick will finally


try his hand at mountain biking. I met Patrick because my dad


and his dad are best friends. He is 14 and he likes outdoors,


like me. Liam likes cricket,


football and rugby and he is Nick and his friends are common to


this visitors' centre in North Wales,


where they will get to experience Joining them today is


our expert biker, Graham. I am already muddy


and we have not even started. The other thing is,


we could fall of? So what we're going to do is have


our first rule, which is no lid, A standard mountain bike is not


going to suit everybody so Graham has brought along some


other types for the guys to try. That is a good thing


so anybody who struggles with You can steer with your


hands or your chest. The idea is these are not


for specific peope but we can share It is time for Nick and the guys


to get saddled up and start learning the skills they will need to master


the different types of Althoug, like Nick,


this is their first time While the boys get going, Graham


sets up to test their skills. All right, guys, this is a true test


of whether you can steer or not. With all of the guys mixing it up,


Graham has one more bike for Nick If you just want to follow me,


we're going to head down the hill. Let's go!


on some new stuff. With the training complete, it is


time for the guys to put the bikes OK, guys,


if you look through the trees we have got the skills loop and there


is some nice riding to be done. You will get a few chances


to try different bikes. It is one of my dreams


and it has finally come true. My favourite bike was the trike


because it was like a go-kart. My favourite one was the mountain


bike because I have never been I have had a really good


time because we were laughing I found it quite scary, I thought


it was a great experience. It is guys like Nicholas who show


that it is possible to have a great time outdoors This is a good way to


wake up. We are about to try our hand and Keast earring. Get up


there, guys. Don't be foot-and-mouthed by the name.


Coasteering doesn't have to be done at the coast. It can be done in a


quarry like this. It is a mixture of swim something, rock climbing and


diving. If you are going to have a go at this, don't do it on your own,


make sure you are with someone who knows what they are doing and you


have the right safety equipment. knows what they are doing and you


is here, the leaf of destiny. Like I said, I've got all the correct


things that you need to do this. I've got a wet suit to keep me nice


and warm and protect my knees. I've got boots on to protect my feet.


I've got a buoyancy aid, and my lid to protect my head from any rocks.


And it is a case of clambering on the rock face to find a place to


leap off. I'm joined by expert Joe. Good morning. Good morning. We've


made Ed. You want to get in as straight as possible. Keep your head


up, don't look down at the water. Get those arms across your body.


Let's see it. A textbook entry. This is Beth. What do you like about


coast earring? I like the fun of it. Going


coast earring? I like the fun of it. It is so much fun. Let's see you


jump in. This is what we like to see. Is that's good. The that was


more of a dart-like entry. Milly, good morning. Good morning. How long


have you been coasteering for? Not long, my first time today.


have you been coasteering for? Not you love about it? The freefall and


getting in the water. Let's see the leap of destiny. Very nice.


getting in the water. Let's see the what do you like about it? My


favourite thing is the hang time in the air before you hit the water.


You are an expert, in you've done bigger drops than this? I have. My


knees are starting to shake a bit, so maybe you should jump in while I


summon the courage. Give us a textbook entry. Yes! Good stuff. It


is a lot higher than it looks when you're up here. Arms nice and tight.


I'm going in. Yes! I went about 10 metres and I swallowed loads of


water! That was good. Have a good at coasteering. You'll love it.


Coasteering on live TV. That's pretty epic. If you do have a go, go


with an organised group and will you be with somebody who knees the area


now. Now I introduce to you once more Dr Cockerel's bizarre baz Roll


up, roll up, gather round to see the seriously strange and utterly


unexpected in my bizarre bazaar. For your viewing pleasure, ladies and


gentlemen we have the multi-legged African giant Milly speed. Wow, they


are big aren't they? They are. Would you like to hold one? ? Could we?


They are safe to hold? Fantastic. How does it feel? It is rippling


along. You can feel their scratchy little legs. They are quite heavy.


You think because they are called a Milly speed they have 1 million


legs? No, mill i means 1,000. Each segment on the millipede has about


to pairs of legs, whereas on a centipede, which looks similar,


there is only one pair of legs better segment. Would you find these


in the UK? Not quite as big as this. We do get millipedes in the UK. This


is one of the biggest in the world. It gets to 40 cm long. However,


there's a species in California which has 600 legs, that's more than


any other animal on the planet. Is that right? Do they have any forms


of defence? Yes. Thesing is aren't very important. If somebody comes


along to try to eat this millipede, can curl into a spiral and protect


itself with this hard exoskeleton. What's an exoskeleton? Unlike us, we


have our skeletons on the inside, but millipedes, centipedes, insects


and crabs have theirs on the outside. On the millipede it is very


important for protection. They have another trick up your sleeve, if


they try to get eaten by something, they can produce a very dangerous


poisonous chemical. In some species it is so strange it spell smells


like marzipan. It would smell pretty good but not taste good to any


animal. Very poisonous. All the way to Africa to adrenaline quarry.


Thank you so much Dr Tim for enlightening us once again. Now it


is time to meet a wild detective who is on the search for beastly clues.


exploring the jungle. The urban jungle. Most people in my area do


not think there is a lot of wildlife around but they just need to open


their eyes and look. I love wildlife. What is wildlife tracking?


It is tracking for wildlife, think it -- think of it like being the


Sherlock Holmes of nature. But includes together to make a story.


How did this happen -- this animal die? The clues are, talents,


feathers, dead animals, even sn. And, of course, to. It is exciting,


you never know what you will find. This is truly close to my house and


we have find some pretty cool stuff. We have this shell from a knot, and


the animal has eaten through the shell and then, this is


underdeveloped and I will get out my magnifying glass. There are some


bite marks. The animal did not like it. This is what I think was


probably a squirrel. This is a tail feather. It is fluorescent, it


shines in the light. It is very hard to find, you need to look around the


ground. We need to have a very good eye. They are completely green


except for the big, which really stands out. It is bright red. That


is the easiest thing to spot. I have about five of these. What we have


got here is where the swan has been killed or died, you can see feathers


or the tail feathers, and we have some more wing feathers. They have


been stained and some breast feathers and Tommy feathers and neck


feathers, they are all here and most of the meat has rotted away or


perhaps it has been eaten. It is all about the way that it died, this is


the third one that has died in the last month. Here we have got but I


think is a foxhole, it could also be for the badger. And there are some


swan feathers, we have these clubs. -- clumps. A body must have been


dragged down there, they perhaps brought it here. It could be that it


died here and the aged over here. While it could have dragged it down


here and emptied the bones over there. And the feathers. It is great


here, we don't eat a travel far from home to find some great wildlife.


What a superb sleuth, and if you want to do that, we have the perfect


solution in the crazy creation. The best way to watch wildlife


is to become invisible. You have got 90 seconds to recreate


this to the best of your ability. Go! You start off with a cardboard


box and you can colour best to blend in with the background, around the


back, remember this, you have to make a hole big enough to get into


but not so large that it makes it flimsy. Keep it as tight and compact


as you can. And then, we can put some trellis over the box, and some


full age, which is here. We have added this living roof, there is


more so and insect, we can decorate this with plants, it will


more so and insect, we can decorate disappear. -- moss and insects. All


of this is online. Tim has been camouflaged. We're basically getting


as much fully age in here as possible and some pine cones to


attract squirrels. -- foliage. Anyone can make this, this is just a


cardboard box. Ready for the countdown? Seven, six, five...


Three, two, one! Stop making! Judgement time! Do you know what?


Give them a round of applause! That was solid. Absolutely brilliant.


Give them a round of applause! That know what, that is very good.


Another round of applause. I am getting myself ready with some


deodorant so that I smell nice when the birds,


deodorant so that I smell nice when because I will be waiting for a very


long time. That will put animals off! But a very good job. They'll me


is the winner. You have the forfeit, which is a belter! You will be


meeting the Blob! Yes! Before then, C Tim and his mate in the world of


Bush craft! -- let us see. Welcome to the programme, this is my


professional companion. In this episode we will show you how to


become invisible in the wild. It is the number one rule. You must become


nature to experience nature and that takes camouflaged. Perfect


camouflage! You are so right. Shall we get into our camo-gear? Just


doing up my shoeless. Time for the ultimate game of hide and seek. I


will hide, you will seek me. Count to ten! One, two, ten! Tim? Tim?


Where are you? It is getting late! to ten! One, two, ten! Tim? Tim?


you use camouflage! Don't do that! I was good! I knew that you were there


the whole time! Might! Look around you, OK? Look at the forest floor,


use what is here, the foliage. Gendo? Gendo? I can see you! No, you


use what is here, the foliage. can't! I can, it is the Sox! Shame.


Nice suit, though! Yes! Thank you. I'm much I will take advice from


those boys. There is another episode on the website exclusively online.


You can see what steps you will on the website exclusively online.


up! You can also find out about the wild guess results. Thank you. What


do you think that is? Lots of you have got it right! Well done! Just a


few of you, lavender pickle Fox, gold rugged tool, but I got it


wrong! It is the African pygmy hedgehog. Even if you said hedgehog,


we have given that to you. We will have another next week. Look at how


much this is filling up with pictures. Ben and Libby doing body


boarding! I am glad the shark did not do that to me last week! Keep


sending those pictures into us. And send them with your name and a


parent or guardian's from them. It is time for the forfeit. Are we up


for this? From the top of the tower you can see Joel and Ella, they will


jump off, onto the Blob, and that should launch Tim into the sky and


he will splat into the cold water! This will be a big! Let us do it!


Release the asset! Oh, my goodness! He a complete flip. Is he OK? You


can hear him! He is still breathing. He is fine. Can we see that again in


slow motion? He flipped completely! He does so


well to land feet first! I would love to do that! I think he actually


enjoy that! He was cheering! Did you enjoy that? Goodbye, everybody,


thank you for watching! That was awesome! Thank you to everybody for


coming along. And to the Adrenalin Quarry for giving us access to this


phenomenal playground. And Sean Conway! Give him a round of


applause! Graham, look, Tim and Mark! We will be back next Saturday.


Until then - get up, get out and go wild! Next week, Georgia shows us


the risen more than one way of spotting nature with special


cameras. I will harness the awesome power of the wind and swallow a lot


of sea water as I try out kite surfing. And we put teamwork to the


ultimate test. Let's go wild!


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