Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Adorable Baby Animals with Dave Salmoni & Keegan-Michael Key

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OUR NEXT GUEST IS A --

>> ANIMALS!

>> Jimmy: IS A ZOOLOGIST WITH A

LOVE FOR DANGEROUS BEASTS.

HIS NEW SHOW ON FACEBOOK WATCH

IS CALLEDANIMAL BITES WITH

DAVE SALMONI.”

FROM ANIMAL PLANET, PLEASE

WELCOME DAVE SALMONI.

>> HOW ARE YOU?

I'D SHAKE YOUR HAND BUT IT'S

PROBABLY NOT A GREAT IDEA.

>> HOW WITH YOU.

>> GOOD, DAVE.

I'M BEING RUDE TO EVERYBODY, NOT

SHAKING ANYONE'S HANDS.

>> WHAT A CUTE -- YOU CAN BE

RUDE.

YOU'VE GOT YOUR HANDS FULL.

>> THIS IS AN ALLIGATOR.

>> Jimmy: YEAH, IT'S A LITTLE

ONE, RIGHT?

>> IT IS ACTUALLY A LITTLE ONE,

RIGHT.

THESE GUYS CAN BE OVER 1,000

POUNDS.

GO AHEAD AND SIT DOWN.

>> Jimmy: REALLY?

WILL THAT ONE GET UP TO --

>> THEY ALL BASICALLY GROW TO

THE SIZE OF THEIR ENCLOSURES OR

WHAT THEY EAT SO IF THIS GUY'S

IN A WILD AREA WHERE THERE'S BIG

THINGS LIKE PIGS AND DEER THAT

HE HEATS, HE'LL BE 16'1" POUNDS.

BUT IF HE IS IN AREAS WHERE HE'S

LIVING OFF FROGS AND LITTLE

BIRDS, THEN HE'LL STALE STAY A

LITTLE SMALLER.

>> Jimmy: WHY DO THEY HAVE THAT

SMILE LIKE THEY'RE MOCKING YOU.

>> THEY HAVEN'T EVOLVED IN

MILLIONS OF YEARS.

SO MILLIONS OF YEARS AGO, THERE

WAS ANIMALS THAT LOOKED JUST

LIKE THIS, AND THE ONLY REASON

THEY HAVEN'T CHANGED IS BECAUSE

THEY HAVEN'T NEEDED TO.

THEY'RE REALLY GOOD PREDATORS.

LET ME SHOW YOU MY FAVORITE

THING.

>> Jimmy: DID YOU HAVE ONE OF

THESE IN YOUR APARTMENT?

>> I'M LIKE, DID I MISS A SCENE

IN "PREDATOR"?

WE HAD ONE OF THESE.

WE HAD A NILE MONITOR, WHICH

LOOKED VERY CLOSE TO THIS BUT HE

HAD A SHORT FACE.

>> YEAH.

SO WITH THESE GUYS --

>> HE BLINKED AND I FREAKED OUT.

>> I GOT TWO NERVOUS GUYS.

SO WITH THESE GUYS ARE

PREDATORS, MY FAVORITE THING

ABOUT THEM IS IF YOU LOOK, THE

NOSE IS ABOVE THE TOP OF THE

HEAD AND THE EYES ARE AT THE TOP

SO WHEN THIS GUY, EVEN IF HE'S

1,000 POUNDS, CAN LIVE UNDER THE

WATER AND ALL YOU'LL SEE THE TWO

LITTLE BUMPS ON THE TOP AND HE

CAN SIT LIKE THIS AND JUST WAIT

AND IF ANYTHING THEN COMES NICE

AND CLOSE, SO, LOOK AT THIS GUY.

SO IF YOU LOOK FROM THE TIP OF

HIS NOSE TO ABOUT HIS BACK FOOT,

ANYTHING IN THAT CIRCLE, HE CAN

GRAB.

SO HE'LL REACH OUT AND YOU LOOK

AT HIS TEETH, ZOOM IN REAL

TIGHT, THEY'RE LIKE LITTLE PEGS.

THERE'S NO SPECIAL TEETH, NO

MORALS OR INCISORS.

THEY'RE ONLY FOR GRABBING.

ONCE THEY GET AHOLD OF YOU,

THAT'S IT.

THEY GOT YOU.

BUT THEY CAN'T TAKE BITES.

IF IT'S NOT BITE-SIZE, THEY TAKE

IT IN THE WATER, TRY TO SOFTEN

IT UP.

HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE DEATH

ROLL?

>> YEAH.

>> THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE DOING,

BASICALLY TAKING SOMETHING

THAT'S BIG AND REALLY TRYING TO

GET A BITE-SIZE CHUNK.

>> Jimmy: THEY'RE DROWNING IT.

>> THEY DON'T CARE.

THEY KNOW WHEN THEY'VE GOT YOU,

THEY'RE GOING TO GET YOU

EVENTUALLY.

WHEN THEY'VE GOT YOU, THEY KNOW

IT'S OVER.

THE DEATH ROLL IS TO GET A

CHUNK.

THERE'S NO POINT IN KILLING

SOMETHING REALLY BIG IF THEY

CAN'T EAT IT SO THEY'LL GRAB IT,

BRING IT DOWN AND TRY TO SPIN

JUST BECAUSE IT WILL RIP A CHUNK

OFF THEY CAN SWALLOW.

>> Jimmy: THIS ONE IN

PARTICULAR, HOW LONG BEFORE IT

GROWS INTO A FULL-SIZE

KELLEYANNE CONWAY?

>> IF HE EATS A LOT, IT COULD BE

ABOUT A YEAR.

DO YOU WANT TO HOLD THIS GUY?

>> Jimmy: NOPE.

KEEGAN-MICHAEL WILL HOLD IT.

>> LET ME BRING THE FRIENDLIER

SIZE VERSION.

>> Jimmy: OH, LOOK AT THAT.

LUNCH.

ALL RIGHT.

>> NOW.

>> Jimmy: THAT IS -- ARE THEY

GOING TO GET PROGRESSIVELY

SMALLER?

>> HERE YOU GO.

YOU GRAB HERE.

GRAB THE TAIL THERE.

THUMB DOWN BECAUSE IT CAN BITE

YOU.

>> Jimmy: OH, GREAT.

THANKS.

>> NOW YOU'RE A GATOR WRANGLER.

>> Jimmy: DON'T SAY HE CAN BITE

YOU BEFORE.

>> YOU GOT IT, JIMMY.

YOU TRICK -- I DIDN'T REALIZE

YOU WERE GOING TO SAY YES TO THE

BIGGER ONE.

BUT I CAN LET YOU HOLD THIS ONE.

>> I COULD HAVE GONE FOR THE

JOKE BUT THAT'S HOW MUCH I LIKE

ANIMALS.

>> Jimmy: YOU WANT TO HOLD THIS

ONE?

SPEND A LITTLE TIME WITH THAT

GUY.

>> HAND UP AT THE FRONT, MAKE

HIM FEEL COMFORTABLE.

HE WILL BITE YOU IF YOU LET HIM.

>> Jimmy: IF THAT BITES, DOES IT

HURT?

>> YEAH, THAT GUY WILL HURT YOU.

>> THOSE ARE LIKE STRAIGHT-UP

NEEDLES IN HIS MOUTH.

>> IT WILL HURT ENOUGH THAT IT

WILL BRUISE A BIT, MAYBE A

LITTLE BIT OF BLOOD, BUT THE

OTHER GUY, HE'S BIG ENOUGH TO

TAKE A CHUNK OFF.

>> HE'S GOT NICE EYES.

>> I DON'T KNOW IF YOU CAN GET

REALLY CLOSE IN THE CAMERA.

YOU CAN SEE THESE GUYS ARE

AQUATIC.

SEE THAT WEBBED FOOT.

THESE GUYS ARE EXCELLENT IN THE

WATER.

IF YOU OPEN THIS HAND A LITTLE

BIT, YOU CAN SEE HE'S LIKE A BIG

RUDDER.

DO YOU KNOW THESE MEN BEHIND

YOU?

I THINK HE WANTS THIS.

SO NEXT ANIMAL.

WE GOT SOMETHING, JIMMY, I THINK

WHAT'S THIS?

I WAS WRONG.

THAT IS NOT AN ALLIGATOR.

NOW THIS IS A --

>> Jimmy: YOU FOUND THAT IN THE

ALLEY, DIDN'T YOU?

>> THIS IS A HYRAX OR ROCK

DUSSY.

>> Jimmy: THAT A POKEMON OR AN

ANIMAL.

>> WHAT DO YOU THINK HIS CLOSEST

RELATIVE?

>> WOMBAT.

>> IT IS CLOSEST RELATED TO AN

ELEPHANT.

THEIR KNOWS IS VERY SIMILAR TO

AN ELEPHANT'S TRUNK.

>> Jimmy: NO, IT'S NOT.

>> ANATOMICALLY.

I THINK YOU'D HAVE TO BE A

TAXONOMIST.

SO THEY'RE REALLY CUTE, FUN.

>> Jimmy: THAT IS A CUTE ONE.

>> WHERE DO THEY LIVE?

>> AFRICA.

IN LITTLE ROCKY OUTCROPS.

IN GROUPS BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY IN

AFRICA THERE'S A LOT OF THINGS

THAT LIKE TO EAT SOMETHING THIS

SIZE SO THEY USE EVERY EYEBALL

THEY CAN.

IF ANYTHING DANGEROUS COMES

ALONG, THEY WHISTLE.

AND THEN IT MEANS, DANGEROUS

THINGS ARE COMING AND THEY'LL GO

HIDING.

>> Jimmy: THIS WOULD MAKE AN

EXCELLENT STOCKING STUFFER,

WOULDN'T IT?

ARE YOU ALLOWED TO HAVE THESE AS

PETS?

>> YOU PROBABLY ARE ALLOWED.

NAY WOULDN'T MAKE GREAT PETS.

NONE OF THESE EXOTIC ANIMALS

MAKE GOOD PETS AND THIS GUY

WANTS TO LIVE IN A LITTLE CAVE

IN SOME ROCKS SO HE WOULDN'T BE

A FUN PET TO HAVE.

>> Jimmy: OKAY.

ALL RIGHT.

WELL, SO FAR, THE ANIMALS ARE

NOT TOO TERRIFYING.

>> THESE ARE FUN ANIMALS.

YOU KNOW ME.

JIMMY, COME AROUND.

BRING THIS WITH YOU.

AND AIM IT.

WATCH.

DON'T SPILL.

COME ON OUT HERE.

HI.

COME HERE.

JIMMY, I NEED SOME OF THAT FOOD.

AIM IT OUT TO THIS GUY.

THESE ARE OSTRICH.

.

>> Jimmy: THERE YOU GO,

OSTRICHES, ENJOY THAT FOOD.

EAT UP.

THEY HAVE NO MANNERS AT ALL, DO

THEY?

>> THAT'S ALL RIGHT.

NOW YOU CAN HOLD HIM.

>> Jimmy: GUYS, I GOT SOME OF

THIS STUFF FOR YOU.

OH, YEAH.

THERE YOU GO.

>> ARE THEY GOING TO GO AND GET

PEOPLE IN THE AUDIENCE?

>> THEY'LL STAY WITH THE FOOD.

>> THAT GUY'S EXPLORING.

>> KEEGAN, COME ON UP.

WHILE THEY'RE EATING, YOU CAN

FEEL HOW SOFT THEY ARE.

THIS GUY'S ONLY ABOUT THREE

MONTHS OLD.

THE BIG MALES CAN BE 250 POUNDS

AND THEY'LL STAND UP OVER MY

HEAD.

>> Jimmy: ARE THEY REALLY DUMB?

>> VERY BIG.

ANOTHER INTERESTING THING ABOUT

THESE GUYS IS PEOPLE THINK,

THEY'RE JUST A BIRD.

BUT THEY CAN BE VERY DANGEROUS.

YOU SEE THAT BIG TOE DOWN THERE?

>> HE AIN'T PLAYING.

>> SO MOST OF THEIR WEIGHT IS IN

THEIR LEGS SO THEIR ABILITY TO

KICK IS UNBELIEVABLE AND THAT

BIG TOE, THAT NAIL, WILL BECOME

THREE TO FOUR INCHES LONG SO

WHEN THEY FEEL LIKE THEY HAVE TO

DEFEND THEIR TERRITORY, THEY CAN

ACTUALLY BE QUITE AGGRESSIVE.

>> I'M GLADD YOU TOLD ME THAT.

>> Jimmy: THIS IS THE WEIRDEST

EATING I'VE EVER SEEN.

>> DO YOU WANT TO TOUCH HIM

WHILE HE EATS?

>> Jimmy: NO, I DON'T WANT TO

TOUCH ANY OF THE ANIMALS.

>> THEY LOOK A LOT IKE

DINOSAURS.

THESE GUYS ARE CLOSELY RELATED

TO DINOSAURS.

WE THINK ALL DINOSAURS EVOLVED

INTO BIRDS.

>> Jimmy: COULD THE ALLIGATOR T

BIG ONE, EAT THESE TWO?

>> OH, YEAH.

>> Jimmy: COULD WE GET HIM OUT

HERE?

I DON'T KNOW, IT'S JUST A --

IT'S HAKUNA MATATA.

>> THAT WOULD BE A RATINGS

SWEEP.

KEY, AND THERE'S A GIRAFFE IN

OUR STUDIO, A BABY GIRAFFE,

YEAH?

>> THIS IS A BABY GIRAFFE, ABOUT

FIVE MONTHS OLD.

>> Jimmy: THANK YOU FOR THE

FLOWERS.

>> HE'S GOING TO TRY TO EAT THIS

MAYBE.

FIRST THING YOU'LL NOTICE IS

THAT HE'S GOT A VERY BIG, LONG

TONGUE.

HIS TONGUE CAN BE 21 INCHES.

>> REALLY.

>> Jimmy: WOW.

>> THEY HAVE SOMETHING

INTERESTING IN THEIR ABILITY TO

EAT.

IN AFRICA, A LOT OF THE LEAVES

HAVE THORNS ALL OVER THEM AND

THEY RELEASE A TANNIN SO ANIMALS

CAN'T EAT THEM, WHEREAS HIS

MOUTH HAS THICK, THICK SKIN, SO

HE DOESN'T GET RIPRICKED BY THE

THORNS AND HE CAN EAT THOSE

LEAVES.

>> THESE ARE NICE SOFT AMERICAN

LEAVES.

>> WHAT YOU'RE SEEING IS A YOUNG

BOY, SUPER CURIOUS, SUPER

INTERESTED.

>> HE'S JUST CHECKING EVERYTHING

OUT.

>> INTERESTING THING ABOUT BABY

GIRAFFES IS THAT THEY --

>> Jimmy: HI.

HOW YOU DOING?

HE TOLD ME NOT TO PET YOU.

>> THEY HAVE SENSITIVE FUR.

IF YOU REACH OUT AND PET HIM, IT

MAY STARTLE HIM AND THEY WANT TO

PLAY.

HE WAS BORN AROUND PEOPLE, BEEN

NOTHING BUT TREATED AMAZINGLY BY

PEOPLE SO HE THINKS WE'RE ALL

HIS FRIENDS.

YOU CAN SEE ALL THIS ACTION.

>> Jimmy: WE BARELY EVEN KNOW

HIM.

WHY WOULD HE THINK WE'RE HIS

FRIENDS?

>> KIDS ALWAYS TRUST PEOPLE.

INTERESTING FOR BABIES.

MOMS GIVE BIRTH STANDING UP, SO

A BABY WHEN THEY'RE BORN, DROPS

OVER FIVE FEET.

>> Jimmy: REALLY?

>> AND SO THEY CAN ACTUALLY GET

UP AND RUN WITHIN AN HOUR.

>> BABY RUN FAST AFTER AN HOUR?

>> YEAH, THESE ARE REAL FAST

ANIMALS.

WHEN THEY GET OLDER, THEY CAN

RUN 65 KILOMETERS AN HOUR.

>> Jimmy: IF ONLY I KNEW WHAT

THAT MEANT IN MILES, I'D BE VERY

IMPRESSED, I'M SURE.

>> I'D DO THE CONVERSION BUT I'M

CANADIAN.

>> MAYBE THE ARGENTINIAN KNOWS.

>> GIRAFFE POPULATION HAS BEEN

DECREASING BY 40% SO THEY ARE

SUSCEPTIBLE TO EXTINCTION MOSTLY

BECAUSE THEY HAVE LAND USE

ISSUES.

THERE'S ENCROACHMENT IN WILD

SPACES SO THESE GUYS ARE VERY

VULNERABLE TO THAT.

>> Jimmy: WOW.

>> IF YOU LIKE THESE GUYS, THIS

IS A GOOD SPECIOUS TO LEARN

ABOUT ALL THE PROBLEMS ANIMALS

FACE IN AFRICA SO GO AND

RESEARCH, GO TO AN ACCREDITED

ZOO, LEARN ABOUT GIRAFFE.

>> Jimmy: HOW MUCH IS THIS ONE?

BECAUSE MY KIDS WOULD LOVE TO

HAVE SOMETHING LIKE THIS.

>> ONCE AGAIN, YOU KNOW ME.

THESE DON'T MAKE GOOD PETS AT

ALL.

BECAUSE THEY ARE SO BIG.

THIS IS THE TALLEST ANIMAL ON

THE PLANET.

>> Jimmy: I'M SO SORRY ABOUT

WHAT HAPPENED WITH TOYS "R" US.

>> I HAVE AN INTERESTING

QUESTION.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT A GROUP OF

GIRAFFES IS CALLED?

>> Jimmy: NO.

>> NO.

>> A JOURNEY.

>> A JOURNEY OF GIRAFFES.

>> Jimmy: LIKE THE BAND?

>> EXACTLY LIKE THE BAND.

A HUMAN HAS SEVEN VERTEBRA IN

ITS NECK.

HOW MANY DO YOU THINK A GIRAFFE

HAS?

>> Jimmy: 12.

>> I'M GOING TO SAY LIKE A

HUNDRED.

>> SEVEN.

THE SAME NUMBER AS WE HAVE.

>> IN THAT WHOLE NECK?

>> Jimmy: DOES HE KNOW THAT?

>> I DON'T KNOW IF HE DOES.

ANOTHER FUN THING.

LOOK AT THE TOP OF HIS HORNS

THERE, NICE TUFT.

AS HE GETS OLDER, THOSE TUFTS

ARE GOING TO GO BALD, BECAUSE OF

ALL OF THE WRESTLING AND THE

SPARRING HE LIKES TO DO.

IS THAT'S HOW YOU CAN TELL THE

SEX OF A GIRAFFE WHEN YOU SEE

THEM IN THE WILD.

IF THEY HAVE BALD HORNS, THEY'RE

MALES.

AND IF THEY HAVE THOSE TUFTS,

USUALLY FEMALES.

>> Jimmy: JUST LIKE HUMANS.

BALD MEN AND HAIRY WOMEN.

THAT'S BEAUTIFUL.

>> HE'S A GROWING BOY.

>> ANOTHER INTERESTING FACT IS

THEIR HEART CAN BE TWO FEET AND

25 POUNDS.

>> Jimmy: HOLD ON.

TWO FEET AND 25 POUNDS?

THAT'S A BIG HEART.

>> BECAUSE IT'S GOT TO PUMP ALL

THE WAY UP TO THAT BIG HEAD

THERE.

>> Jimmy: YEAH.

WOW.

THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL -- DOES IT

COME IN OTHER PATTERNS AS WELL?

OH.

I WAS A LITTLE -- YEAH.

>> IT'S A LOT LIKE A

FINGERPRINT.

THEIR PATTERNS ARE UNIQUE SO

THAT PATTERN IS COMPLETELY HIS

OWN.

>> Jimmy: RIGHT.

>> THAT'S GREAT.

HEY, BIG GUY.

>> Jimmy: WE'RE GOING TO TAKE A

BREAK.

"ANIMAL BITES WITH DAVE SALMONI"

IS ON FACEBOOK WATCH.

WILL YOU HAVE THE GIRAFFE ON

THAT?

>> I HOPE SO.

I'LL INVITE HIM.

>> Jimmy: WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK

WHAT'S THIS, DAVE?

>> IT'S AN ALPACA.

>> Jimmy: IT LOOKS LIKE A

STUFFED ANIMAL.

>> IT FEELS LIKE A STUFFED

ANIMAL.

>> Jimmy: CAN WE HAVE THIS ONE?

>> YOU CAN.

THESE GUYS ARE A DOMESTIC

ANIMAL.

THIS IS ONE YOU CAN HAVE.

>> Jimmy: THIS IS GOING TO BE MY

GIFT TO YOU AND YOUR WIFE FOR

YOUR WEDDING.

CONGRATULATIONS.

>> HI.

WELCOME HOME.

>> Jimmy: HAPPY WEDDING.

THANKS FOR WATCHING.

GOOD NIGHT, EVERYBODY.

>> YOU'RE GOING TO BE MY KID.

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