(mumbling) – [Woman] Oh, I think it
went, let me see Aurora. – [Daddy] Oh oh oh, don’t
crush him don’t crush him. – [Woman] Don’t crush him. – [Children] Join us for Roman & Aurora’s Childhood Adventures! – [Woman] Hi!
– Hi! – [Woman] What are we doing today guys? – Today we are capturing bugs. – [Woman] Bugs, yeah, we’re
going on a bug safari. – Hi, today we captured a big grasshopper. – [Woman] I’m a praying mantis. – Oh yeah. – [Woman] Yeah. – I thought you were a grasshopper. – [Woman] I look like a grasshopper but I’m bigger. Let me see, oh yeah, that’s a big grasshopper. Oh yeah. – I had my (mumbles)
– [Woman] And who are you? Are you an ant? Who are you? An ant? – Uh-huh – [Woman] Oh, you’re a big ant. – This is a praying mantis. – [Woman] I think he’s a big grasshopper. Yeah, he’s a big grasshopper. Ooh, there he goes. (cheerful music and bug vacuuming) Oh my goodness, look at this spider. Look at the bug. (laughter) You caught a praying mantis, Roman? What did you guys catch here?
– Dragonfly. – [Woman] This is what
we caught, a dragonfly. Wow, and it has a blue tint
to it, it’s really beautiful. You caught a bee, Aurora. – Bumblebee. – [Woman] It’s a bee so we
have to be careful, okay? Let’s take a look at the bee. That’s a bee and I don’t
think it’s very happy. What’s happening Roman,
what do you have there? Is that an owl and a praying mantis? Yeah? Is the owl trying
to eat the praying mantis? – Yeah. – [Woman] Ooh. Vacuum the bug Roman. – Come on. – [Woman] Vacuum the bug, yeah. Wow, that is a big brown grasshopper. That is really, really big and it’s brown. And it has stripes too, stripe colors. There we go, there we go. Wow! Don’t touch it, don’t touch it, wow! That is so cool. Look at that giant one. This is even bigger. It’s a bigger grasshopper. Hey mister grasshopper. We’re gonna release you soon. Let’s try to get a bug, okay? How ’bout that one, yeah? (laughter) Where are you guys going? – Oh, (mumbles) – [Woman] Ooh, wow, beautiful. Look at that. Look at that one. I think it went, let me see Aurora. – [Daddy] Oh oh don’t crush him, don’t crush him. – [Woman] Don’t crush him. Such a beautiful butterfly, wow. Wow, those are beautiful colors. – [Aurora] Look, look. – [Woman] Ooh, there’s lots of poison ivy. We have to be very careful. Let’s take a look at the rolley polly. Here we go, look at these leaves. A caterpillar ate through them I think. – [Daddy] It’s a mystery. – [Woman] There like some sort of eggs. – Wow. – [Woman] Now I can see it. Oh my goodness, whoa. – [Daddy] Looks like a giant mosquito. – [Woman] Wow. – [Daddy] Grand prize here. The grand prize monster bug. It is a mean lookin’ bug, whatever it is. – [Woman] So it looks
like we have a rober fly. What does it do, Daddy? – It hunts wasps. – [Woman] Oh my goodness that’s why it had a wasp.
– Hey Aurora come here and show us what it was
carrying when we caught it. – So it was going this. – [Woman] Let’s see, let’s see. – It was carrying this paper wasp. – [Woman] It was carrying that paper wasp. It had eaten it or it was eating it. What a cool rober fly. Okay Daddy, let’s release it. – Bye! – [Aurora] And don’t forget
to subscribe and (mumbles) – [Woman] And look at this
one, this is a centipede. – This is a big one. – Don’t touch him – [Woman] A cicada, look
guys, this is a cicada. – Yeah those are the
ones that are making’ all that noise
– [Woman] All that noise, yeah, wow.