During a golfing tournament, Olive stumbles across the principles of photography.
Brenda and Frank set about modernising Mammoth Inn.
Frank and Pilbeam go on a fishing expedition, using magnets as bait.
The islanders need to find a better way to milk a mammoth.
A village clubs together to build a spiral ramp around a tower.
By combining a swing, a roundabout and a series of gears, a merry-go-round is built.
The islanders decide it's time to wash the mammoths.
Olive masters the fine art of weighing a mammoth by using an intricate lever system.
Brenda's wedding ring falls down the sink.
The Mammoth Island Orchestra improves its performances.
The air turns electric as the mammoths and riders harpoon lemons and get a bit of a shock.
Schools programme. Troy accidentally discovers springs during the coconut harvest.
Olive and her family learn about refrigerators and air conditioning.
Schools science programme. Troy and Olive's mail cart keeps running out of control.
A ride through the mountains and canyons with the mammoths proves chaotic.
The inventor just can't stop himself from singing in the mammoth-fuelled shower!
Brenda's laundry comes in very handy when the Islanders decide to take a trip.
Troy is in charge of the first Mammoth submersible ferry's maiden voyage.
Schools programme. Troy believes that there's a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow.
The islanders come up with a plan to build a new road.
Pilbeam discovers that with the aid of an awning and a strong wind, even mammoths can fly.
Olive designs some faster pizza-delivery vehicles.
Olive sets out to build a fire pump.
The discovery of the steam engine opens up all sorts of possibilities for the theme park.
Pilbeam and the mammoths have to swim ashore when the bridge collapses.
Schools programme in which the inhabitants of Mammoth Island face practical problems.
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