Animals past and present
J: Hello! It's time for another app show of Backpack.Today, well today we're going to learn about different kinds of animals. Animals like dinosaurs. Here's a song called "Dinosaur Days". Let's listen!
J: Are you ready to singing?
J: Grace loves animals. And she always likes to help animals. So today she's helping an endangered animal. Do you know what in there endangered animal is? Let's watch and find out.
G: Here, Colly.
C: What's this?
G: It's a story of Komodo Dragon. I've read it and I am giving it to people.
C: OK! Big deal!
G: Big deal?! It isn't a big deal. The Komodo Dragon is endangered and people need to know. And this is it's place. Look at this.
C: They're not cute and kindly like your puppies, you know? I mean they are ugly and ammophilous. Why do you want to help Komodo Dragons?
G: I want to help because they're endangered.
C: Endangered? What does endangered mean?
G: It means that Komodo Dragon endangered of becoming extinct.
C: OK. What's extinct?
G: A kind of animal become extinct when it dies out. Like dinosaurs. Dinosaurs are extinct.
C: Oh, yeah, right! Now dinosaurs are cool. Some dinosaurs were bigger than elephants. And they lived on earth for more than a hundred sixty millions years, and they died out sixty-five millions years ago. Is that extinct?
G: Well, you know lots of about dinosaurs.
C: Hey, do you want to go to the zoo this afternoo?
G: Sure. But why do you want to go to the zoo?
C: We can this Komodo Dragons.
G: That's a great idea! Oh yeah, the polar bears are there too. And they're just so cute and kindly.
J: All animals are special. But endangered animals are very special. And it's important to help all endangered animals. How can you help? Well that's all for this week. I'll see you next time.