Pennod 11 Octonots


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Pennod 11

Mae Harri yn gwarchod aligator bach ond pan fydd hwnnw'n dianc o'r Octofad, rhaid i Harri a gweddill yr Octonots ei achub. Harri adopts a baby alligator but it escapes!


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-Octonots, to your stations.

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-Cwrwgl.

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-Harri.

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-Pegwn.

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-Explore.

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-Rescue.

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-Rescue.

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-Protect!

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-Octonots!

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-Interesting. Those alligators

-must have only just hatched.

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-Are you sure we're safe?

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-They can be dangerous but if we

-keep our distance, we'll be fine.

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-I don't know.

-They look like green beasts to me.

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-They're not beasts.

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-The mother cares

-for her babies tenderly.

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-Shiver me timbers!

-She's eating one of them.

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-No. That's how the mother

-carries her babies back to the nest.

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-I still say they're beasts.

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-It's getting dark,

-let's head back to the Octopod.

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-OK, Captain.

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-Great.

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-Wow!

-This place is well worth seeing.

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-Go away, marsh beast.

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-Yaaawww! Shiver me timbers.

-A little marsh beast.

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-A baby alligator, I should say.

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-That's my tail.

-I'd like to keep it, thanks.

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-Sorry, sir,

-it looked like a hairy worm.

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-What are you doing here?

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-I fell asleep

-in the mouth of that metal thing.

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-The Gup.

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-I think so. Next I knew, I was here.

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-Where am I?

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-You're in the Octopod and I'm Harri.

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-How are you? I'm Danto.

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-Great name.

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-Great name.

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-Ooh, what's here?

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-Careful. Those are my things.

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-What does this do?

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-Steady on, Danto. I'll fetch Captain

-Cwrwgl and we'll take you home.

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-Can I stay here a while?

-Can I, can I, can I? I love it here.

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-Well, the Captain is asleep.

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-I'll tell him when he wakes up.

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-Ooh, this looks tasty.

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-You must be starving.

-Let's get some breakfast.

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-Now then, we have kelp cakes,

-kelp kebabs and kelp sweets.

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-Danto? Where are you?

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-Oh, no.

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-Steady on. What are you doing?

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-Sorry. I didn't want to scare him.

-I just wanted some water.

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-That's OK. I think

-we should wake up Captain Cwrwgl.

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-Where does this go?

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-Where does this go?

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-Wait! Come back.

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-I love swimming

-first thing in the morning.

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-Danto, wait.

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-I need to show him

-who's boss around here.

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-Right, me hearty,

-that's enough fooling around.

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-What does this do?

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-No!

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-No!

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-Wargh!

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-Got you. The sea isn't suitable

-for you, Danto.

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-I can look after myself.

-I'm an alligator.

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-You're a baby alligator and there

-are plenty of sea creatures...

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-..that would love

-a juicy piece of alligator.

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-Juicy piece?

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-Like that.

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-Harri!

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-I'll be there now, Danto.

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-Harri, what's happening?

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-We're being swept away

-by the current.

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-I don't like currents.

-I want to go home.

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-Phew. Are you OK?

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-I think so, but where are we?

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-I'm not sure.

-We'd better call for help.

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-Harri to Captain Cwrwgl.

-Can you hear me?

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-Harri?

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-I have a problem.

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-Where are you?

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-Where are you?

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-That's the problem. I'm not sure.

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-It's not safe here for Danto.

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-Danto? Who's Danto?

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-Danto? Who's Danto?

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-A baby alligator.

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-An alligator? Oh, never mind.

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-Stay there, we'll find you.

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-Octonots, to the diving bay.

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-Octonots, Harri and a baby alligator

-are missing in the sea.

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-What?

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-What?

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-An alligator called Danto.

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-How did you...?

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-How did you...?

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-It's a long story, me hearty.

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-We must find them

-and bring them back here.

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-I can't locate them.

-They must be far away.

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-Harri, do you know where you are?

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-We're in a rocky reef.

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-We have company. There are hungry

-creatures wanting a piece of Danto.

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-That's not your only problem.

-The sea is saltwater.

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-Danto's used to freshwater.

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-Alligators can swim in the sea.

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-Alligators can swim in the sea.

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-Crocodiles can, alligators can't.

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-Danto's an alligator.

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-A crocodile can get rid

-of the saltwater it drinks...

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-..but alligators can't.

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-An alligator

-can get very ill in saltwater.

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-He's right. I don't feel well.

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-Harri, take Danto to the surface.

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-Hold him out of the water.

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-Ready to go.

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-Oh, dear! Yaaawww!

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-Gull food!

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-I saw it first.

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-Away you go, greedy gulls!

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-I want Mam.

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-We can't stay on the surface.

-We need freshwater immediately.

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-How can we help you

-when we don't know where you are?

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-There might be a way to solve

-both problems at the same time.

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-There are freshwater wells

-on the ocean bed.

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-Freshwater in the sea?

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-Yes. In these wells, bubbles of

-freshwater rise up to the surface.

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-We don't know where Harri is

-but we know where the wells are.

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-If we can add colour to the water...

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-Harri can spot them from a distance.

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-All he has to do is take Danto to

-the nearest well and keep him there.

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-Precisely.

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-The colour won't harm any creatures?

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-No, these tables

-are safe for sea creatures.

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-Great idea. Octonots, let's do this.

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-I'm red.

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-Green.

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-Orange.

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-Yellow.

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-All the colour is in place.

-Search for the coloured water.

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-Lunch time for a hungry fish.

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-Finally.

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-Wait, I can see the red one.

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-It's freshwater.

-Head towards it and we'll find you.

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-It's too far.

-I don't think I can make it.

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-Hold on for a little while longer.

-We'll get...

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-Sharks!

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-A little bite for a big shark.

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-Nothing will stop me. Yaaawwww!

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-Shiver me timbers,

-we're being chased.

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-And they're very hungry.

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-If you want Danto,

-you'll have to go through me first.

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-That's disgusting.

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-High time for me to go.

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-They're going.

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-Why?

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-They're saltwater fish.

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-The freshwater

-leaves a bad taste in their mouths.

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-Here's a tastier bite.

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-Fish biscuits.

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-And don't come back.

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-You tell them.

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-I feel better already.

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-I think it's time

-we took you back to your mother.

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-Thank you for bringing

-Danto home safely. I was so worried.

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-You won't believe what I saw.

-Sharks, eels and gulls.

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-Harri and I sent them packing.

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-They learnt their lesson!

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-Do you still think they're beasts?

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-No, they're great.

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-Yaaawwww!

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-Danto!

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Mae Harri yn gwarchod aligator bach ond pan fydd hwnnw'n dianc o'r Octofad, rhaid i Harri a gweddill yr Octonots ei achub. Harri adopts a baby alligator but it escapes!