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The students are now the animals, each with their own strange behaviors and unique habitats. It's the job of the Safari Guide and the Camera-person to bring the information of these animals to the public eye.

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  • A safari background for the safari animals.
  • Grassland for grassland animals.
  • Desert for desert animals.
  • This contains two lions and a ninja, where the ninja then sneaks up on the lions and attacks them, thereby fulfilling his role in the eco-system by being the superior predator.
  • Asian habitat for the china-type animals / Forest Habitat for forest-type animals.
  • This contains a donkey, sheep, and bunny. As a natural part of life, the bunny first eats the donkey and then the sheep. Finally satisfied with its meal, it returns to its burrow to await fresh prey.
  • Swamp habitat for the swamp-type animals.
  • This scene contains a Naked Mole Rat and a Hobo, who both fight over the can of ravioli. The naked mole rat is then eaten as a side with the can of ravioli.
  • Snow habitat for the snow-type animals.
  • (Split into 2)Asian habitat: we get to view the lovely sight of a panda consuming massive amounts of bamboo, only to be eaten by a monkey, which is then eaten by a tiger/ A ferret has a full meal with its wolf companion, the dinner being several bears.
  • As a wonderful part of the circle of life, a vampire feeds on six victims that, unfortunately, wandered into the swamp, and then the corpses are fed to the alligator, before the alligator eats the vampire as well.
  • Without a single warning, the majestic snow owl swoops down and grabs the snow leopard, taking off into the night. The wolf is afraid, and warily watches the trees, only to be taken by surprise and eaten by the snow leopard, who was working with the owl.
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