S: Ollie the Otter Goes to Work
BC: Ollie the Otter Goes to Work
FC: Ollie the Otter Goes to Work | Written By Cody Palacios Austin Clair
1: Ollie | Our good friend Ollie | this is Ollie. He is a river otter, and lives right here in the United States
2: Before Ollie goes to work he enjoys a belly full of clams. Ollie uses his belly as his table, so there is no mess
3: Ollie's job is a clam farmer. As you know Ollie loves to eat clams, and his job is to get them, and bring them to his boss Barry the Bear
4: This is Barry the Bear. Barry is about eight feet tall and over-powers Ollie with is massive yells.
5: Ollie is part of the Chordata division. He is in this group because of one bone he has running down most of his body. Ollie's division has about fifteen other otters in it with him. They all help each other when they cant find clams. when Ollie and his gang get enough clams to impress Barry the Bear, they get to go home and enjoy what they have worked for all day.
6: After a long and tired some day, Ollie goes back to sleep and waits for the next day to begin.
7: As Ollie wakes up his day begins like all the days before. He eats his clams on his belly, swims to work, and goes back home to sleep.
8: OLLIE THE OTTER! | BERRY THE BEAR | YUMMY CLAMS
9: THE GREAT CHORDATA DIVISION | AFTER A HARD DAYS WORK
10: THE END
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