Teletubbies Animals Big and Small (also known as Baby Animals) is a Teletubbies Video all about Animals. Released in 2000 (2001 in America) by BBC and Ragdoll Productions. Includes The Little Lamb (From Making Fantastic Animals) Feeding Baby Penguins How Now Brown Cow (From Colors - Brown (One of the Banned Bear & Lion episodes)) Baby Elephant Crawling (From Crawling) The Butterfly (From Tweet Tweet) Puppies The Dog (From Our Dog Alice) Voice Trumpet Makes Barking Noises (From Kennel) Cygnets Voice Trumpet Quacks at Laa-Laa (From Sarah Fraser And The Ducks)
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Have you watched Teletubbies: Baby Animals yet? What did you think about it?