Bumbling cavemen Ig and Uk awake to find a volcano on their doorstep. Could their only hope be a dinosaur who’s good at maths?

When Aardman veteran Peter Peake turned his hand to something a little more leftfield, he looked to the prehistoric age for inspiration, creating a number-crunching dinosaur and a sardonic pair of cavemen, voiced with the help of comedian Bill Bailey. Seemingly educational, with its backdrop of mathematical theorem and a dinosaur made from a set square, this short is anything but dry with its quirky brand of humour and occasional mild profanity…

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