神奇校车S107 All Dried Up

2021年1月24日 作者 奇先生 0

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I’m telling you, something’s missing.

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But Tim, when it comes to deserts, we’ve got
everything under the sun.

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Sorry, DA, it just doesn’t say “desert” yet.

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Are you kidding? It screams “desert.” We’ve
got sand. We’ve got gravel.

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We’ve got desert plants like cacti, creosote
bushes, ocotillo.

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We’ve got the desert’s harsh conditions.

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Hot, blazing sun

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Dry, blinding dust storms.

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Tim’s right. There is something missing!

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As I always say, Arnold, it never hurts to be
prepared.

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That’s funny, Ms. Frizzle, that’s exactly what l
was thinking.

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I know! I know! Desert animals! That’s
what’s missing!

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Ms. Frizzle, our diorama will never be
complete without desert animals!

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Dynamic deduction, Phoebe!

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These should do for now.

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Now? It’s later I’m worried about.

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Thank you, Ms. Frizzle. Here you go, little
guy….

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According to my research, that’s a kangaroo
rat. And that’s a gila monster.

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Isn’t it cute?!

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Only Phoebe would think a Gila monster is
cute.

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And there’s more…Tortoise…beetle…
scorpion…jackrabbit…roadrunner…

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Hey, Liz, what’s up with you?

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And you know what this is? A baby coyote!

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Phoebe, are you sure all these animals live in
the desert?

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Think about it. The desert is really hot.

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The sun beats down all day long. Beat. Beat.
Beat.

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And there’s nowhere for the animals to go to
escape the heat…heat… heat!

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But…

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Not only is it hot, but there’s hardly any food in
the desert!

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So any animal that shows its face…gets
EATEN by a bigger one!

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STOP!

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And that’s not all.

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It isn’t?

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The worst part? There’s almost NO WATER
in the desert.

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No water?

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Uh-uh. No shelter. No food. No water.

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In no time at all, all your cute little animals are
buzzard bait.

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SCARClTY is the name of the game, Pheebs.
Scar-ci-ty.

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He’s right, Phoebe. There’s not much food,
water, or shelter in the desert.

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We’ve got to DO something!

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Yeah!

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What can we do? What can we do?

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What can WE do?

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Well, at my old school, we’d take a stand!
Form a committee!!

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Go on a field trip!?

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Arnold? Are you serious?

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He’s right! SADS to the rescue!

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SADS?

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Students Against Desert Scarcity!

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To the Desert!

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Ms. Frizzle? Yes Arnold?

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For once, I’m prepared…. Regulation Desert
gear…

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As outlined in Chapter 7 of my new Field Trip
Survival Guide….

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Ms. Frizzle, do your worst!

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I’ll do my best, Arnold!

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Well, are you guys coming,

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or do I have to save these desert animals all
by myself? To the bus!

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Follow that Phoebe!

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Hey Arnold, so what d’you have in that
knapsack anyway.

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A little sunblock, snake bite kit, a few dozen
Malloblasters…

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What?! No football!?

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Carlos, we are NOT going to the desert to
have FUN!

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We’re not? The desert is full of surprises,
Phoebe.

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And this bus is so slow! Can’t we go any
faster, Ms Frizzle?

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Every second we waste means those poor
little animals are out there suffering.

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That’s one way of looking at it, Phoebe! Okay
bus! Do your stuff!

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All right!

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Way to go!!

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Are we there yet?

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Chill, Phoebe. We only just took off.

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We’re flying over mountains. Didn’t you say
“Students Against DESERT Scarcity”?

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Yeah, and mountains have PLENTY of shelter,
food and water.

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Ms. Frizzle! We must be going the wrong
way!

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Wrong way? Why, Phoebe. If it weren’t for
the mountains, there wouldn’t be a desert.

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What do mountains have to do with the
desert?

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Haven’t you guys ever heard of a rain shadow?

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No…

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Some deserts are made by what’s called the
rain shadow effect.

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When warm moist air rises over the
mountains…

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its water vapor condenses into rain or snow.

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The mountains catch all the moisture,

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so the air reaching the other side is dry as a
desert.

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Look out below!!

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It’s not fair! Why should the mountains get all
the water!

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If you keep asking questions, Phoebe. You’ll
find an answer!

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Oh, and there’s the perfect parking spot! Hold
on tight!

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Field Trip Tip Number 63, “ln the event of a
rapid loss of altitude

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you may want to put on a parachute.” Liz, my
parachute.

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That’s not a paraCHUTE, that’s a
pair-a-SHOES!

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Look at this place!

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Whew! The Thermoprobe reads 1 07 degrees
Fahrenheit! That’s HOT!

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How can anything live here?

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Is it just me? Or does this look like the “Final”
field trip.

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Come along, class. We’re here to experience
the desert!

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Take chances! Make mistakes! Get dusty!

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Field Trip Tip Number 87…Not a problem!

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Come on, you guys. Students Against Desert
Scarcity, remember?

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We’ve got work to do!

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Desert Scarcity? What about Dessert
Scarcity? I’m hungry!

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Hey, Arnold, where are those Malloblasters?

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I’m afraid they’ve melted.

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How can you even think about eating

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when all these poor little animals are suffering
from hunger?!

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The only poor little animals I see…are US!

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There’s one!

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Why that’s a collared lizard!

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And that’s a funny-looking bird!

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That, Keesha, is a fine example of a hungry
roadrunner chasing a delicious lizard to eat!

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Come on! We have to protect that lizard!

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At my old school, lizards never ran on their
hind legs!

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Quick, everyone, back in the bus!

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Phoebe. What are we doing??

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How would you like to be a lizard being
chased by a hungry roadrunner?

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A situation worth exploration, Phoebe!

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Wow, cool, we’re shrinking

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As I always say…’when the going gets hungry,
the hungry get going.’

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Bad oh bad oh bad bad bad.

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And getting worse! It’s gaining on us!

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I hate field trips where we get eaten!

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Any minute now, we’re going to know what it
feels like to be EATEN!

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Field Trip Tip Number 107:. To avoid being
eaten become inedible.

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WHAT’s THAT MEAN?!!

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Class? Do I hear a suggestion to avoid
digestion?

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According to my research, Arnold,

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it means we ought to become something that’s
not very appetizing.

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On the button, DA! One inedible horned lizard
coming up!

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Phew! Close one!

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Well, first-hand experience tells us
roadrunners don’t like lizards with spikes!

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Would you?

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So, the little animals here have special ways
to avoid getting eaten

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Iike running fast or being prickly…

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Phoebe, that’s right!

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Which means they don’t need your help,
Pheebs.

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Are you sure about that? Life is tough in the
desert.

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Don’t we know it! It’s too hot to chase after
animals!

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Or to be chased! Phew! I’m burning up!

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Exactly! And somewhere out there is a poor
little animal which is burning up, too!

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Now come on, we’ve got to find it and help it!

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Stop the bus, please.

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Everybody out!

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Not again.

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Single file, class.

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I’m hot!

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I’m tired!

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I’m hungry!

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I’m prepared.

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Phoebe, we’ve been looking and looking…and
we haven’t found anymore animals.

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None, Phoebe. And I’m burning up!

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Me too!

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You’re hot! What about that poor little
jackrabbit?!

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See? It’s sitting there with the sun beating
down on its head! And it’s wearing a fur coat.

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Field Trip Tip Number 1 58

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when the sun is beating down on your head,
put on a hat. Got that covered.

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Thanks, Arnold!

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Hey!!

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Here little jack rabbit. This will keep you from
getting too hot…a nice hat to shade your–

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Phoebe

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Arnold! Now how will that jackrabbit keep
cool?

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Well…

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EAR-conditioning, Phoebe!

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EAR-conditioning! Good one, Ms Frizzle!

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Thanks, Carlos

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Carlos! How can you joke at a time like this?

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According to my research, it’s not a joke,
Phoebe!

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You know how a car radiator cools off hot
water from the engine…

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some desert animals have big ears which do
the same thing.

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When their warm blood moves through their
big ears, it gets cooled off in the same way!

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Stay cool.

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Come on, Pheebs, just admit it.

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The lizards don’t need your help and neither
do the jackrabbits.

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Okay. So the jackrabbit has a way to keep
itself cool. But what about that!

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That is a desert tortoise! You don’t usually see
them out in the heat like this.

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See? An animal in need! Come on! We’ve
got to help it!

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We do?

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Carlos, don’t be so selfish

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How would you like to be a tortoise roasting in
the hot desert sun?

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I wish you hadn’t said that…

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As I always say, there’s more than one way to
beat the heat!

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Oh, no!

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So THlS is what it’s like to be a desert
tortoise!

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Where are we?

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In a tortoise burrow. An underground shelter.

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It’s A LOT cooler down here.

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Ah! Good observation, Keesha!

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Yes! Another animal that can keep cool
without your help, Pheebolino!

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But Carlos! I just thought of something!

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Maybe the reason we didn’t see any animals is
because they all burned up before we got here!

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I knew it! We’re too late!

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What’s happening?

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Class, the bus is now on automatic turtle!

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We’re being pushed by another desert
tortoise!

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Are we still in the desert?

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Wow, what happened?

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The sun went down and the desert has totally
changed!

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Oh Carlos look! How sweet, eleven, twelve,
thirteen, fourteen…

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Hey! We weren’t too late! The reason we
didn’t see any animals is

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because they were just waiting for the sun to
go down!

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50 degrees Fahrenheit! You don’t have any
sweaters in that knapsack, do you Arnold?

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Once the sun goes down, the air cools off.

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Field Trip Tip Number 257:.

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To beat the heat do like most desert
animals…come out only at night.

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There you have it, Phoebe. Another way
desert animals help themselves!

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It’s okay, Phoebe. There’s nothing wrong with
being wrong.

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As I always say, ‘Make mistakes. Make
mistakes. Make mistakes.’

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It’s the best way to learn something.

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But, let’s face it – Students Against Desert
Scarcity is a bust.

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Okay, Carlos. Okay. You don’t have to rub it
in

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I might have made a mistake about that lizard.

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And I might have made a mistake about the
jack rabbit.

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And I even might have made a mistake about
the tortoise.

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But there’s one thing I know I’m not wrong
about…

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How much you wish you’d stayed home today?

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No. How much everything here on the desert
needs water!!

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You’re telling me!

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Thanks, Ralphie.

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Phoebe!

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Well, if no one’s going to help me give water
to all these poor little animals..

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I’ll just do it MYSELF!

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Phoebe! Where are you going?

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I said I was going to give these poor animals
water, and I’m going to…

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Phoebe, I know this may sound crazy, but hear
me out.

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Okay, Carlos – I’m listening.

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These animals didn’t need your protection
from being eaten

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or from burning up in the sun, right?

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Right…

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They can cope. Right?

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Right…

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00:16:12,760 –> 00:16:16,070
Well, maybe they don’t need your water,
either.

229
00:16:16,160 –> 00:16:18,958
Carlos, HOW CAN YOU SAY THAT??

230
00:16:19,040 –> 00:16:21,349
You KNOW there’s no water in the desert.

231
00:16:21,440 –> 00:16:24,352
You said so yourself. Rain
shadow…remember?

232
00:16:24,640 –> 00:16:27,837
But look at them. They couldn’t live without
water.

233
00:16:27,920 –> 00:16:31,549
And they are definitely alive. They must get it
somehow.

234
00:16:31,640 –> 00:16:35,519
Okay, then, if you’re so smart, tell me HOW!

235
00:16:35,720 –> 00:16:41,078
Come on, Carlos, take chances, get messy,
make MlSTAKES.

236
00:16:41,160 –> 00:16:43,958
I…I don’t know.

237
00:16:44,080 –> 00:16:48,551
Exactly. Maybe people like me come out here
and give the animals water.

238
00:16:49,160 –> 00:16:52,072
Maybe people like me keep these animals
alive.

239
00:16:53,280 –> 00:16:55,714
Hey, at least save the water for the animals…

240
00:16:55,840 –> 00:16:57,353
What are you talking about?

241
00:16:57,480 –> 00:16:59,072
Didn’t you just splash me?

242
00:17:00,080 –> 00:17:02,116
Is that… rain??

243
00:17:07,240 –> 00:17:09,595
Everyone back on the bus!

244
00:17:09,720 –> 00:17:10,869
Rain?

245
00:17:10,960 –> 00:17:12,075
In the desert?

246
00:17:12,200 –> 00:17:15,078
It doesn’t rain here very often class, but…

247
00:17:18,120 –> 00:17:23,194
as I always say, not very often is a long way
from never!

248
00:17:23,440 –> 00:17:26,750
And the desert is a long way from needing my
water…

249
00:17:27,000 –> 00:17:30,595
And we’re a long way from the bus. Come on,
Phoebe!

250
00:17:30,680 –> 00:17:36,073
Doesn’t it feel GREAT? NOW we’re talking
WATER.

251
00:17:36,560 –> 00:17:46,674
It’s amazing. We went from absolutely no
water to….FLOOOD!

252
00:18:04,520 –> 00:18:08,593
Good morning, class! Everything’s right as
rain!

253
00:18:09,200 –> 00:18:10,792
Where are we?

254
00:18:10,880 –> 00:18:12,393
What happened to the desert?

255
00:18:14,600 –> 00:18:16,989
Is this a dream?

256
00:18:17,280 –> 00:18:22,035
No, Phoebe, it’s the desert after a rainstorm.

257
00:18:22,120 –> 00:18:25,749
Everything’s changed. There’s so much
activity.

258
00:18:25,840 –> 00:18:30,595
What happened to all the scarcity? Look at all
these plants and animals.

259
00:18:31,400 –> 00:18:34,915
Desert life never ceases to amaze me!

260
00:18:35,280 –> 00:18:39,034
Do you see what I see? Flower power!

261
00:18:39,200 –> 00:18:42,351
It’s as if they were waiting for enough water to
bloom.

262
00:18:43,080 –> 00:18:45,548
There are shrimp in this puddle!

263
00:18:45,680 –> 00:18:47,875
Shrimp? In the desert??

264
00:18:48,880 –> 00:18:51,633
Ah huh and pigs too, look!

265
00:18:51,880 –> 00:18:56,396
Actually that’s a peccary, a desert relative of
pigs.

266
00:18:56,480 –> 00:18:58,471
And this cactus is full of water!

267
00:18:58,760 –> 00:19:04,676
According to my observations, this piece of
cactus is juicy on the inside

268
00:19:04,760 –> 00:19:07,035
and waxy on the outside.

269
00:19:07,280 –> 00:19:10,716
Hey…maybe that waxy stuff keeps the water in.

270
00:19:10,920 –> 00:19:15,152
As I always say, when it pours, the desert
stores.

271
00:19:15,400 –> 00:19:17,311
You know, Phoebe. You were right.

272
00:19:17,400 –> 00:19:18,958
The desert does need water.

273
00:19:19,040 –> 00:19:22,476
And the animals need protection from being
eaten and from the heat.

274
00:19:22,720 –> 00:19:25,154
Yeah but Carlos, you were right too.

275
00:19:25,280 –> 00:19:29,592
They don’t need us to help them. They’re
already equipped to live here.

276
00:19:29,720 –> 00:19:31,631
That’s right, Phoebe.

277
00:19:31,720 –> 00:19:36,350
Everything that lives here has adaptations to
help cope with life in the desert.

278
00:19:36,800 –> 00:19:39,075
Come along, class! Back to the bus.

279
00:19:39,160 –> 00:19:43,597
You mean soaking up water as quickly as
possible is an adaptation?

280
00:19:43,960 –> 00:19:46,269
Absolutely correct!

281
00:19:46,360 –> 00:19:48,635
And having spikes is an adaptation…

282
00:19:48,760 –> 00:19:50,671
…that helps keep you off the menu.

283
00:19:51,200 –> 00:19:53,031
And burrowing under the sand

284
00:19:53,120 –> 00:19:56,874
and having big ears is an adaptation for
beating the heat.

285
00:19:57,840 –> 00:20:01,515
Yes! All the things that live here have
adaptations for survival.

286
00:20:01,600 –> 00:20:03,989
It makes so much sense, doesn’t it?

287
00:20:06,480 –> 00:20:11,429
Field Trip Tip Number 999. For those without
desert adaptations

288
00:20:11,520 –> 00:20:14,353
always travel with a teacher with frizzy
red-hair.

289
00:20:29,720 –> 00:20:33,599
Well, I have to say, except for the part where
we almost got eaten…

290
00:20:33,720 –> 00:20:36,632
…and the part where we almost burned up in
the sun…

291
00:20:36,720 –> 00:20:39,029
and the part where we almost drowned in a
flood…

292
00:20:39,120 –> 00:20:42,237
…my field trip manual was REALLY helpful.

293
00:20:45,080 –> 00:20:47,640
So glad you enjoyed it, Arnold.

294
00:20:48,280 –> 00:20:50,191
Well, now that I know that all these plants

295
00:20:50,280 –> 00:20:53,192
and animals have adaptations to help them
cope with living in the desert,

296
00:20:53,320 –> 00:20:55,595
that gives me some time to save something
else.

297
00:20:56,040 –> 00:20:58,315
Phoebe, I don’t think this is a…

298
00:20:58,400 –> 00:21:00,834
I tell you, we’ve got to DO something!

299
00:21:01,000 –> 00:21:03,309
Phoebe! We just DlD something!

300
00:21:03,400 –> 00:21:05,436
A whole bunch of somethings!

301
00:21:05,640 –> 00:21:10,953
But this time it really is an animal in need.
We’ll call ourselves SASH!

302
00:21:11,040 –> 00:21:12,359
SASH?

303
00:21:12,440 –> 00:21:15,398
Students Assisting Sleepy Heads!

304
00:21:15,560 –> 00:21:17,949
CARLOS!!

305
00:21:19,640 –> 00:21:24,031
He obviously has no adaptations to cope with
desert field trips!

306
00:21:24,240 –> 00:21:28,870
According to my research, Phoebe,
hibernation lS an adaptation!

307
00:21:32,320 –> 00:21:38,031
As I always say, if you can’t take the heat, get
out of the desert!

308
00:21:45,920 –> 00:21:47,148
Is it the magic school bus?

309
00:21:47,240 –> 00:21:51,518
Is it the magic school bus?

310
00:21:51,600 –> 00:21:52,715
Is it the magic school bus?

311
00:21:52,880 –> 00:21:53,790
Is it the magic school bus?

312
00:21:53,920 –> 00:21:55,353
Is it the magic school bus?

313
00:21:55,520 –> 00:21:59,399
stay tune with us and be a smart kid

314
00:22:05,720 –> 00:22:09,190
Are you sure the Producer wanted this fake
cactus, Liz?

315
00:22:14,160 –> 00:22:15,354
I better go…

316
00:22:15,640 –> 00:22:21,351
Me? At my old school, kids NEVER answered
the phone. Hello…?

317
00:22:21,560 –> 00:22:23,437
Is this the Magic School Bus?

318
00:22:23,520 –> 00:22:24,396
Yes, but…

319
00:22:24,480 –> 00:22:26,550
Good, because you see I’m starting up a new
group…

320
00:22:26,640 –> 00:22:29,677
Save Our Kangaroo Rats…and I want Phoebe
to be president.

321
00:22:29,920 –> 00:22:32,832
You do? I mean that’s nice of you to say

322
00:22:32,920 –> 00:22:35,480
but kangaroo rats don’t need to be saved.

323
00:22:36,000 –> 00:22:39,834
You mean, they have adaptations which make
it possible for them to live in the desert, too?

324
00:22:40,120 –> 00:22:44,159
Right. For instance, they may never take a
drink in their entire lives.

325
00:22:44,280 –> 00:22:47,750
They can get all the water they need from the
seeds and plants they eat.

326
00:22:48,280 –> 00:22:51,670
Well, do they have an adaptation to help them
cope with the short nights?

327
00:22:51,760 –> 00:22:53,318
Short nights?

328
00:22:53,400 –> 00:22:57,313
Yeah, watching that show you’d think that night
time lasted about five seconds.

329
00:22:57,640 –> 00:23:01,235
Oh, well, we were a little short on time…

330
00:23:01,360 –> 00:23:02,076
Ah-ha!

331
00:23:02,360 –> 00:23:06,512
But just a little! We wanted to show how
desert animals come out at night.

332
00:23:06,760 –> 00:23:08,478
It’s an adaptation, you know!

333
00:23:08,720 –> 00:23:11,188
Okay, speaking of “adaptations,”

334
00:23:11,320 –> 00:23:14,596
I don’t know of ANY plant that grows from a
seed the instant it rains.

335
00:23:14,680 –> 00:23:17,956
Look, when you have a lot of information to
cover in a half hour,

336
00:23:18,040 –> 00:23:21,191
you don’t have time to wait for seeds to grow
into plants!

337
00:23:21,400 –> 00:23:24,119
But they do grow very quickly in the desert.

338
00:23:24,320 –> 00:23:27,471
Did you want to see the desert in full bloom
after the rain or not?

339
00:23:27,560 –> 00:23:31,314
Of course I did…And did you know that cactus
needles are really leaves?

340
00:23:31,440 –> 00:23:33,192
Is that an adaptation?

341
00:23:33,360 –> 00:23:36,511
Yes! Unlike leaves, needles don’t lose any
water!

342
00:23:37,400 –> 00:23:40,233
And you know what else? Not all deserts are
hot..

343
00:23:42,120 –> 00:23:45,908
Even places that are very cold are called
deserts if they don’t get enough rain.

344
00:23:46,240 –> 00:23:48,993
Fascinating! Well, thanks for calling.

345
00:23:49,080 –> 00:23:53,039
Wait! One more question! Do you actually
know Phoebe?

346
00:23:53,160 –> 00:23:54,388
Yes. In fact–

347
00:23:54,480 –> 00:24:00,237
Could you do me a favor? Just tell her I think
she’s the greatest. Goodbye!

348
00:24:00,440 –> 00:24:02,954
Maybe I should answer the phone more
often…

349
00:24:04,720 –> 00:24:05,835
THE END