Pan fydd afiechyd yn taro cymuned o gimychiaid coch, rhaid i'r Octonots frysio i ddod o hyd i driniaeth. When a population of crawfish is struck by illness the Octonauts must fi...
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-Octonots, to your stations.
-Thanks again. See you later.
-That gator was the last swamp
-creature that needed us today.
-Time to head back home.
-Pegwn, Cregynog, look at this.
-There are all sorts of holes
-in the swamp floor.
-Those holes look like
-They dig them with their claws.
-It's like a little village.
-What are they doing?
-Ooh, boy, our shells is itchy.
-We use anything we can
-to scratch these itches.
-Let me see if I can help.
-They're covered in spots.
-What do you make of it, Pegwn?
-It's called shell rot, but I've
-never seen cases this bad before.
-Someone must have made
-everybody else sick.
-Have any of you recently
-travelled outside your village?
-No way, no how. We stay put.
-It's safer for us that way.
-Did any strangers
-visit your village?
-There was a stranger
-what come through a few days back.
-Was right after when folks started
-getting the spots and all sick.
-Do you remember what he looked like?
-Do you remember what he looked like?
-Hmm, he was a strange-looking fella.
-Strange-looking in what way?
-Strange-looking in what way?
-Lots of ways, I suspect.
-I didn't pay much attention.
-The swamp was so muddy that day.
-I couldn't see my claw
-in front of me.
-Plus, I was falling off into my nap.
-Oh! I can't even take a nice nap
-on account of these terrible itches.
-Every single crawfish is sick here.
-This is a major medical emergency.
-Pegwn to Captain Cwrwgl.
-We have a village of crawfish here
-with itchy spots on their shells.
-I'll sound the Octoalert.
-Octonots, to the launch bay.
-A village of crawfish has come down
-with a case of strange, itchy spots.
-We must cure the crawfish
-and stop the spots spreading.
-Sounds like an all-hands-on-deck
-Every Octonot and vegimal
-is needed. To the swamp!
-Alright, we'll need to split
-into three teams.
-Pegwn, Cregynog and Wythenyn, set
-up a medical tent to treat the fish.
-Dela, Ira, vegimals, make sure
-nobody enters or leaves the village.
-This'll stop the spread.
-We'll search the swamp
-for the mystery creature...
-..who made everyone sick
-in the first place.
-Octonots, let's do this.
-Our job is to keep the sickness
-from spreading if we can.
-Just hang onto this rope, stay put,
-and don't let anyone get past you.
-We need to try and find a cure
-for the shell rot.
-The poor crawfish are really itchy.
-You can poke around my shell
-all you want...
-..if it'll help you find a way
-to stop this itching.
-The shell rot is caused by a fungus,
-No wonder it spreads quickly.
-The shell rot is caused by a fungus.
-A fungus? There's a fungus among us?
-There's a fungus among us!
-There's a fungus!
-Yes, and we need to find a cure.
-Luckily, I have just the thing -
-It's another crawfish with spots.
-He can't be from the village.
-There's a good chance
-he's the outsider...
-..that spread the shell rot
-to the other crawfish.
-Excuse us, we need to talk to you.
-Please come out. We're here to help.
-Only help we need
-is with this itching.
-Ugh, the missus has got it too.
-Let me guess, a stranger
-came through a few days back.
-Next thing you know, you all
-ended up with those itchy spots?
-How do you know that?
-The same thing happened
-to some other crawfish.
-Can you describe the stranger?
-He was big.
-You have swamp mud in your eyes
-He was tiny, but he did swim fast.
-The missus doesn't always
-get the facts right.
-The truth is, he swam slow.
-Is there anything that you both
-agree on about this stranger?
-Yeah, he was kind of furry,
-would you agree?
-Well, yeah, maybe.
-More hairy than furry,
-At least what I saw of him, seeing
-as how he was swimming so fast.
-Thank you. We'll be back to help
-as soon as we find a cure.
-A lot of good that did us.
-Well, they both agreed
-he was hairy or furry.
-I wonder how Pegwn's
-getting on with a cure?
-And now some anti-fungus cream
-So far, so good. None of them
-seem to be itching any more.
-Oh! Never mind.
-I don't know what else to try.
-The anti-fungus cream usually works.
-Is the muddy water the crawfish
-swim in part of the problem?
-Perhaps it would help to wash them
-with fresh, clean water.
-It's worth a try. Ira, come in.
-Can you spare a couple
-of the vegimals?
-Sure can. Gwyddno, Meira.
-I need them to go to the Octopod...
-..and bring back some fresh water
-from the kitchen sink.
-Hear that? Fresh water.
-Mystery critter up ahead,
-Captain, and he's a furry one.
-Bet it's that scallywag
-we're looking for!
-Wait! Hold it right there, matey.
-We're looking for a creature...
-..who's been spreading
-shell rot around the swamp.
-Someone furry, like you.
-Spreading shell rot? Ha!
-I'm a nutria.
-I don't even have a shell.
-He doesn't have any spots, either.
-Something's tickling me feet. Hey!
-Look, he's getting away.
-Did you see the crab's shell?
-Covered with spots.
-And her claws were furry-looking.
-She must be the one.
-Looks like she's heading
-to the crawfish village.
-Why? She's already given everyone
-there shell rot.
-Something tells me
-she has no idea where she's heading.
-Well done, you two. Fresh water
-straight from the Octopod sink.
-Let's see if the fresh water
-has any effect on the spots.
-Yuck! This here water's salty.
-It spilled and you refilled it
-with water from the launch bay pool?
-But that's ocean salt water.
-Not fresh water.
-I'm so sorry. I know you crawfish
-only live in fresh water.
-Your spots, they look better.
-I don't feel
-none of that itchiness no more.
-Jumping jellyfish, the saltwater dip
-seems to be the cure...
-..we've been seeking
-for the shell rot fungus.
-Dela, Ira, round up every crawfish
-and bring them here for treatment.
-we've found a cure for the crawfish.
-Wonderful. But, Pegwn, there's
-a strange crab heading your way.
-She's the creature
-that caused the shell rot.
-She could make everybody sick
-all over again.
-We have to catch her
-and cure her, too.
-We're working on it.
-Wait, there she is, Captain.
-I can't take it, I tell you!
-Oh, I can't take this itching!
-Easy, now. We're here to help.
-Well, how about that,
-a Chinese mitten crab.
-She's not from the swamp at all.
-She's an invasive species.
-She doesn't belong here.
-I'm a long way from home.
-She must have got the shell rot
-on her travels...
-..and spread it
-when she passed through.
-Do you think I like having this?
-I just want to get rid
-of this itch and go home.
-I think we can help on both counts.
-Thank you for curing us
-of all them itches.
-Oh, me too. Feels so good
-to be rid of that itch.
-There's no more fungus among us.
-There's still a little fungus
-among us. Two more patients for you.
-The missus can go first.
-She's got the most.
-I've got the most?
-You've got the most spots.
-You got your facts all wrong.
-I think you've got the most spots.
Pan fydd afiechyd yn taro cymuned o gimychiaid coch, rhaid i'r Octonots frysio i ddod o hyd i driniaeth. When a population of crawfish is struck by illness the Octonauts must find a cure.