We are now down to eight teams in March Mammal Madness. Our contenders have faced some tough physical and mental challenges to reach this point. What awaits them now? Is it …the “slopstacle” course? The Aggro Crag? The shrine of the silver monkey? We double dare you to join us and find out! Tell them what they’ll win, Harvey!
— Full-featured and easy to use, this Zenith VCR features an easy-to-use index search system, 5-speed clear motion and a remote that controls both the VCR and the TV! Tell ’em about it, Mo! –Our players will be timed from starting line to splashdown They must complete each obstacle before moving on to the next one. Best time wins. – Are you ready Olmec? – Let’s rock. Hey MC! Okay, now that we’re in the final rounds, home-field advantage is gone. The battles now take place in a random environment, and this time, it’s a lake! So I’m reporting from Lake Tahoe, where the tiger quoll is swimming. He’s not very happy about being in the lake, and he’s trying to get to land as soon as he can. But the sea lion’s in the lake too, and the sea lion loves it. He sees the quoll and doesn’t know what it is, and swims around it just for fun. The quoll doesn’t like this. But the sea lion thinks it’s a toy, and he grabs the quoll’s leg and dives down with it! I’m having dolphin – hopping mouse flashbacks. Agh! Anyway, the quoll is sunk. The sea lion is moving on to the Final Roar! The randomized location for this encounter was: Sand hill. The tiger found itself in Uwharrie National Forest in North Carolina. It padded through a stand of old pines and heard a strange noise… that was just a woodpecker. The tiger continued on and came across a most distressing sight: The spinner dolphin, alone and beached on the ground. The tiger nudged the dolphin, but the dolphin’s days have come to an end. The tiger strolls on to the Final Roar! Once upon a time, a moose and a manatee met in a mangrove in Senegal. As they foraged for plants, the manatee bumped into the moose’s legs. The moose politely stepped aside. The manatee turned to swim in the other direction, but swam straight into a net! The manatee struggled, but the net caught on its wounds from the boat in the Everglades. Suddenly humans appeared…but for once, they were actually helpful! It was the Eco-Guard, who work to help protect the mangrove forests. They rescued the manatee from the net, and took her away to release her somewhere safer. But the Moose is left standing alone in the mangroves, the winner! [Schwing!] MC the environment randomizer put our tag teams in a thorn forest. So I’m reporting to you from India! None of these guys liked the thorn forest. But they found a grassy area, and the zebra and the warthog started foraging next to each other. The oxpecker was cleaning the zebra, and it was really digging into one of its wounds from fighting that other zebra earlier. The zebra was nervous. and it was hurting, and it was mad, so it kicked out, and BONK! It hit the warthog’s tusk! The tusk sliced open the zebra’s hoofpad too. The zebra kicked out again, because then it was really mad, and the warthog went down like a ton of… …uh, warthogs. So the oxpecker hopped over to the warthog, but the mongoose ran at it and said “leave my tag team partner alone!” The oxpecker flew off, and then the zebra limped off, and the mongoose sat next to its fallen partner. But all of a sudden, the warthog sat up! It had only been knocked out! Warthogs have really hard heads. Team WarGoose is all alone on the battlefield! They’re the winners! We are now down to four. Each division has chosen its champion. What mental and physical challenges will they now face as they move on to the Final Roar? Find out next week and join us for March Mammal Madness. I am MC Marmot, signing off.