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Baby Jaguar: Hola, I'm Baby Jaguar! I'm playing hide-and-seek with my friend Diego. Diego is really good at hiding. Do you see him? Where is he? Over there? I can't find him! Do you see him? There you are!

(Both laughing)

Baby Jaguar: Hi. Thanks for helping me find Diego. You're really good at hide-and-seek.

Diego: That was fun!

Tree Frogs: Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit! Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit!

Diego: Uh-oh! That sounds like the animals are in trouble! We have to get to the science deck fast!

Baby Jaguar: Mreow, mreow!

Diego: Hola, Alicia!

Alicia: Hola, Diego!

Diego: My sister Alicia is an animal rescuer, too! We heard animals in trouble!

Alicia: We need to use our special camera, Click!

Diego: Click will help us find the animals!

Both: Say, "Click!"

Click: Say, "Click". Take a pic. Say, "Click". Take a pic. Soy Click, la camara, I can take a pic! I can can see and hear the animal in trouble! Zoom in, through the forest and out to the sea! To find the animal just call on me! Say, "Click". Take a pic. Hi, I'm Click the camera. We need to find the animals in trouble! The animals in trouble sound like this:

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit!

Click: Let's zoom through the forest and listen for the animals that go:

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit!

Sloths: Eee, eee!

Click: Are these the animals in trouble? No! Those are sloths!

Humpback Whales: Ahoo-ah, ahoo-ah!

Click: Are these the animals in trouble? No! What animals are these? Whales, right! Humpback whales!

Bees: (buzzing)

Click: Are these the animals in trouble? No! What animals are these? Bees! Remember? The animals we're looking for sound like this:

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit! Ribbit, ribbit!

Click: Are these the animals in trouble? Yes! Those are tree frogs! To take the picture of the tree frogs say, "Click"! Got it! Now you tell Diego the animal in trouble are tree frogs!

Diego: What animals are in trouble? Tree frogs? Alicia, we've got to find out more about tree frogs!

Alicia: I'll see what I can find out on my computer! Look, tree frogs live in trees in the rainforest! What color eyes do these tree frogs have? Red, right! So these are red-eyed tree frogs! They have super strong legs so they can jump really high! And look, their toes look like suction cups! Do you see their toes? Yes, their toes help them stick to anything they want to climb!

Diego: Tree frogs are really great at climbing!

Tree Frogs: Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit! Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit!

Baby Jaguar: And they're also good at singing!

Diego: Hey, the tree frogs' branch is shaking!

Alicia: We've got to see more of the picture! To see more of the picture, say "Zoom."

Diego: Do you see what's making the branch shake? The wind! Oh, no! Their branch broke. They're in the river.

Tree Frogs: We fell out of our tree. Fell out of our tree. Someone come and help us, please!

Alicia: Look! They're floating down the river!

Diego: We have to save those little red-eyed tree frogs!

Baby Jaguar: Ooh, ooh! I want to help! I want to help! Can I? Can I, please?

Alicia: Sure, Baby Jaguar! You can go with Diego and I'll go find the red-eyed tree frogs a new tree!

Diego: Come on, Baby Jaguar, let's go save those red-eyed tree frogs! Al rescate, amigos!

[Al rescate plays]

Diego: Clap your hands with me. Clap, clap, clap. (4x) Great! Let's call to the red-eyed tree frogs! Say, "Ribbit, ribbit!" (2x)

All Animals: Go, Diego, go. Vamos, Diego, vamos. Al rescate, amigos! To the rescue, my friends. (2x) Go, Diego, go. Vamos, Diego, vamos. (2x)

[They reach the muddy mud pit]

Baby Jaguar: Oh, no! A muddy mud pit!

Diego: We've got to get across that muddy mud pit to save the little tree frogs! Do you see something we could use to crawl across the muddy mud pit?

Baby Jaguar: The tree! The tree!

Diego: The tree! Great idea! We can crawl across the tree just like tree frogs! Oh, no! The tree's starting to roll!

Bobo Brothers: Bobos, bobos! (Giggling) Yay! Yippee! Woohoo!

Baby Jaguar: Uh-oh, that sounds like the Bobo Brothers! Those silly monkeys are always causing trouble!

Diego: Do you see the monkeys? There they are! The Bobo Brothers are rolling the tree!

Baby Jaguar: Whoa!

Diego: We've got to stop the Bobos! To stop the bobos, clap three times! (Clapping) Now say, "Freeze, Bobos!"

Both: Freeze, Bobos!

Bobo Brothers: Whoops, sorry!

Baby Jaguar: You stopped the Bobos!

Diego: Great job! Come on, amigos!

Baby Jaguar: Mreow, mreow! We made it across the muddy mud pit!

Tree Frogs: Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit! Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit!

Baby Jaguar: We hear the red-eyed tree frogs, but I don't see them!

Diego: The tree frogs are floating down the river! Help me use my spotting scope to find the river! Make a spotting scope with your hands, then find the river! Do you see the river? Yes, there it is! Alli esta! Let's find out where it's going? The river flows to the pyramid!

Baby Jaguar: And look, there go the red-eyed tree frogs!

Tree Frogs: We're headed for the pyramid! Ribbit, ribbit! Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit!

Baby Jaguar: Diego, they really need our help!

Diego: We've got to call and tell them we're coming! Say, "Ribbit, ribbit."

Both: Louder! Ribbit, ribbit!

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit! Ribbit, ribbit!

Diego: The red-eyed tree frogs heard us! We've got to save them! Al rescate!

(Squeaking and bouncing)

Baby Jaguar: What was that, Diego?

Diego: I think it's the... cha-cha coconut trees!

Trees: Cha, cha, cha-cha-cha! Cha, cha, cha-cha-cha!

Baby Jaguar: The cha-cha coconut trees?

Diego: Yeah! When they dance, they drop giant coconuts!

Baby Jaguar: They're dancing now, Diego!

Trees: Cha, cha, cha-cha-cha! Cha, cha, cha-cha-cha!

Both: And here come the coconuts!

Diego: We've got to jump over those coconuts!

Baby Jaguar: Like tree frogs!

Diego: Help us jump like tree frogs! Here come the coconuts! Get ready to jump! Jump, jump, cha-cha-cha! Jump, jump, cha-cha-cha!

Baby Jaguar: Jump, jump, cha-cha-cha!

Trees: Cha, cha, cha-cha-cha!

Diego: Oh, no, they're dancing faster! We have to jump faster!

Both: Jump, jump, cha-cha-cha! Jump, jump, cha-cha-cha! Jump, jump, cha-cha-cha! Jump, jump, cha-cha-cha! (Both laughing) (Both laughing)

Diego: We made it through the cha-cha coconuts! Come on! Look, there's the pyramid! Do you see the red-eyed tree frogs?

Baby Jaguar: There they are!

Tree Frogs: We're going in the pyramid. Going in the pyramid. Someone come and help us, please!

Diego: Where did the red-eyed tree frogs go? Into the pyramid?

Baby Jaguar: How are we going to get in? How are we going to get in?

Diego: Maybe there's a door! Do you see a door? Yeah, there's one right there!

Baby Jaguar: But it's way up at the top of the pyramid!

Diego: That's okay! We can climb like red-eyed tree frogs to get to the door! I'll use my suction cup sticky gloves to help me climb! They look just like the tree frog's toes!

Baby Jaguar: Those are cool suction cup sticky gloves, Diego!

Diego: Thanks! Hop on, Baby Jaguar!

Baby Jaguar: Here we go!

Diego: We have to climb up the pyramid! To help me climb, sing the Spanish word, "Sube." Can you sing, "Sube?" Great! Sing, "Sube." Sing, "Sube!" Sube! Sing, "Sube!" Sube! We've got to get up to the door so we can get inside!

Baby Jaguar: The red-eyed tree frogs need our help!

Diego: Come on and help us climb! Sing, "Sube!" Sube! Sing, "Sube!" Sube! Sing, "Sube!" Sube! Sing, "Sube!" Sube! Yay! We made it!

Baby Jaguar: Whoa! It's dark in here, Diego! How are we going to find the tree frogs?

Diego: This flashlight can help us see inside the pyramid! Let's go! We can shine the flashlight along the river to help us find the tree frogs!

Baby Jaguar: Good idea, Diego!

Diego: Do you remember what color the tree frogs' eyes are? Red, right! Let's look for the red eyes of the tree frogs! If you see any eyes, yell, "eyes." Eyes! Are they red? No! So these aren't the red-eyed tree frogs!

Baby Jaguar: Those are snakes!

Diego: Let's keep looking!

Both: Eyes!

Diego: Are they red? No!

Baby Jaguar: Those are owl eyes! We need to find the red-eyed tree frogs!

Both: Eyes!

Diego: Are they red?

Both: Yes!

Baby Jaguar: Is it the red-eyed tree frogs?

Both: Yes!

Tree Frogs: We're headed for the waterslide! Ribbit, ribbit! Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit! Whee!

Baby Jaguar: We've got to follow them, Diego.

Diego: We need something we can use to float down this cool waterslide.

Baby Jaguar: What can we use? What can we use?

Diego: My Rescue Pack can transform into anything we need! To activate my Rescue Pack, say, "¡Activate!" Louder! ¡Activate!

All: Yo! Rescue Pack!

(Lively music plays)

Rescue Pack: Ah, Rescue Pack! Coming to the rescue! Al rescate! Rescue Pack! Coming to the rescue! I'm Rescue Pack, I got your back! I can turn into a parasail or a kayak! A zip cord, a snowboard, whatever you need! We can do it, nothing to it! Ah, Rescue Pack! Coming to the rescue! Al rescate! Rescue Pack! Coming to the rescue! Ah, Rescue Pack!

Rescue Pack: Yo! Rescue Pack here! Diego and Baby Jaguar need something to float down the waterslide. Can a bicycle float down the waterslide? No! Can a go-kart float down the waterslide? No! Can a rubber raft float down the waterslide? Yes, good thinking! Tell Diego he needs a rubber raft.

Diego: What do we need? A rubber raft!

Baby Jaguar: Let's go, Diego!

Diego: One, two, three! Whee!

Both: Whee! Whoo!

Diego: Whoo! Whoo, that was fun!

Baby Jaguar: Look, there are the red-eyed tree frogs! Let's go, Diego!

Diego: Vamonos! Let's go save those tree frogs!

Baby Jaguar: Mreow, mreow! Which path do we take, Diego!

Diego: We can figure out which path to take if we listen to the sound of the tree frogs!

Parrot: Ai, ai!

Bird: Chirp, chirp!

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit! Ribbit, ribbit!

Diego: Are the tree frogs on the first path, the second path or the third path? The third path, right! Let's go save the tree frogs!

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit! Help us, help us!

Baby Jaguar: The river is moving faster!

Diego: The tree frogs are moving faster!

Tree Frogs: The river's moving faster. River's moving faster. Someone come and help us, please!

Diego: Do you see where the river's taking them? Where is the river taking them? The waterfall! We've got to hurry!

Tree Frogs: We're headed for the waterfall! Ribbit, ribbit! Help us, help us! Ribbit, ribbit!

Diego: Quick, we've got to save the tree frogs! Say, "Jump, tree frogs!" Louder!

Both: Jump, tree frogs!

Diego: You helped the tree frogs jump!

Tree Frogs: Diego, Diego! We made it saved us! Thank you, thank you! Ribbit, ribbit!

Diego: You're welcome! Now it's time to take you home! (Beeping) That's Alicia on my video watch! Alicia, have you found a safe tree for these frogs?

Alicia: I've found just the place, Diego! It's strong and safe and full of friends!

Diego: Great, Alicia! We're on our way! Come on, amigos!

Alicia: You made it!

Diego: The tree frogs are so excited about their new home!

Alicia: I found just the place! It's right up there!

Baby Jaguar: The tree frogs' new home is full of tree frog friends!

All: We love our tree! We love our tree! It's a happy, happy, happy place to be!

(Laughter)

Diego: Well, that sure is a happy tree! Do you want to live in that tree?

Tree Frogs: Oh yes! Oh yes! We love the tree! It's a happy, happy, place to be!

Alicia: Look how happy they are to see each other!

All: We love our tree! We love our tree! It's a happy, happy place... to... be!

Diego: This is the perfect tree for our red-eyed tree frog friends!

(All cheering)

[Animal end song plays]

Diego: Tree frogs! Come on, say it with us! Tree frogs! Say it louder!

All: Tree frogs!

Diego: Everybody scream!

All: Tree frogs!

Diego: Excelente! Tree frogs live way up high in a tree.

Alicia: And they use their strong legs to jump. So can we!

Diego: Come on, jump up like tree frogs!

Both: Jump, jump, jump, jump, jump! Jump, jump, jump, jump, jump!

Tree Frog: We can climb really fast with our suction cup toes!

Diego: What sound do they make? Come on, everyone knows!

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit!

Diego: Say, "Ribbit, ribbit!"

All: Ribbit, ribbit!

Alicia: Ribbit, ribbit!

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit!

Baby Jaguar: Ribbit, ribbit!

Tree Frogs: Ribbit, ribbit!

Diego: Ribbit, ribbit!

All: Ribbit, ribbit!

Diego: Mision completa! Rescue Complete! You are a great animal rescuer! What do tree frogs do?

Both: Let's review!

Diego: Does a red-eyed tree frog have red eyes or purple eyes?

(Cursor clicks the red eyes)

Diego: Red eyes, right!

Alicia: Does a tree frog live in the rainforest or the city?

(Cursor clicks the rainforest)

Alicia: The rainforest, right!

Both: That was easy!

Alicia: To help it climb, does a tree frog use its toes or its nose?

(Cursor clicks the toes)

Alicia: Its toes, right!

Diego: You got it! Just one more puzzle piece to go! Does a tree frog hop using a pogo stick or its strong legs?

(Cursor clicks the strong legs)

Diego: Its strong legs! Look, it's a picture of the red-eyed tree frog!

Alicia: Let's put this picture of the red-eyed tree frog in our Animal Science Book!

Diego: We found out so much about tree frogs today.

Alicia: And there's so much more for us discover.

Both: Together!

Diego: Hasta luego, amigos!

Alicia: See you soon!

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