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a'r Walrysod Bach

Mae nith a nai Capten Cwrwgl yn helpu eu hewythr i geisio achub tri walrws bach sydd mewn perygl ar ffloch ia. Capten Cwrwgl's niece and nephew help save walrus pups on a drifti...


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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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-I'm glad you could visit us

-on the Octopod, Arthur and Martha.

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-Uncle Cwrwgl, can we show

-Pegwn our new Polar Scout badges?

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-Of course. Pegwn, my niece

-and nephew have been working hard.

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-Take a look.

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-That's our Star-Finder badge.

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-We learned how to find our

-way using the North Star.

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-We got this badge for learning

-how to make a shelter out of snow.

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-You'll really like the next one,

-Pegwn.

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-The Seaweed Bandage badge. Ha-ha!

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-We learnt how to make an emergency

-bandage out of seaweed.

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-We got to practice

-on a real-life narwhal.

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-Great work, cubs.

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-There are lots more badges

-that we don't have.

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-We're going to earn every single

-one, just like you, Uncle Cwrwgl.

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-Ahem, well, actually, I don't have

-every single Polar Scout badge.

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-You don't?

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-Are you sure?

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-There is one that's slipped

-through my paws over and over again.

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-I remember the first time

-I saw a walrus in trouble.

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-Oh, my flipper hurts.

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-I offered to help.

-Don't worry, I'll... Oof!

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-Move along, little polar bear.

-Us walruses can handle this.

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-But I didn't give up.

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-My tusk is stuck.

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-I'd be happy to...

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-Oof!

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-Get back. Walrus emergency.

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-That's how it went every time.

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-I'm just trying to... Whoa!

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-Oof!

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-Huh? Oh!

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-And so, I never managed

-to earn my Walrus Rescue badge.

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-It's time for you cubs

-to earn your next badge.

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-This one is for swimming through

-an obstacle course of ice floes.

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-Let's go!

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-Good luck, cubs.

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-Here's your challenge.

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-Swim through this maze

-of ice floes in under five minutes.

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-I bet I can do it in four minutes.

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-I bet I can do it in four minutes.

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-Bet I can do it in three.

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-Ha-ha-ha! Here we go.

-On your marks, get set...

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-Boo-hoo!

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-I think somebody's calling for help.

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-It's coming from the other side

-of these ice floes.

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-Come on, Cubs, follow me.

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-This could be

-a real Polar Scout emergency.

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-These paws are ready for action.

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-Do not be afraid.

-We are Polar Scouts.

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-We are here to answer

-your call for help.

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-We don't want help.

-We want our mums.

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-We can help you find your mums.

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-Help us find them?

-No, no, we want them to find us.

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-That's why we're making

-all this noise.

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-What are you, anyway?

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-We're walruses.

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-You're too small to be real

-walruses. Walruses are big.

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-With big, pointy tusks.

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-These are walrus pups.

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-Oh, so they're babies.

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-But we're still 100% walrus.

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-Understood. Where did your mums go?

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-To find food, but they've been gone

-for a long time and we're hungry.

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-Very hungry!

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-Very hungry!

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-Really, very hungry.

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-Hmm, let's see if we can spot

-your mums out there.

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-Why don't you just go looking

-for them?

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-We're too hungry to swim very far.

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-And anyways, our mum said

-to wait right here, and not move.

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-So we're not moving.

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-An iceberg, it's moving fast.

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-Our mums said not to move

-from this ice floe.

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-Well, they didn't say what to do

-if the ice floe moved.

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-I know what to do. Ay! Ay!

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-Ay! Ay! Ay!

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-Ay! Ay! Ay!

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-Cubs, would you...?

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-Sound the Octo-alert!

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-Octonots to the HQ!

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-The cubs and I are on a runaway

-iceberg with three walrus pups.

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-The pups are too weak from hunger

-to swim very far.

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-We got to sound the Octo-alert.

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-We need to get these pups to safety.

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-We've located your iceberg.

-We'll be there as soon as... Uh-oh.

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-You're on a crash course

-with two other icebergs.

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-When the icebergs crash,

-you could get hurt.

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-Harri, Pegwn, take the GUP-S and

-catch up to us as fast as you can.

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-Bring something

-for the walrus pups to eat.

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-They're really very hungry.

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-You and the vegimals

-can help prepare...

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-..bottles of walrus pup formula.

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-We're on our way, Captain.

-To the GUP-S, mateys!

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-We'll catch up to that iceberg,

-and fast.

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-Ready to mix up

-some walrus pup formula?

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-That iceberg's getting really close.

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-Too close.

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-Too close.

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-Move to this side.

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-Now it's really very close.

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-Hold on, everyone,

-this could get bumpy.

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-We've got it!

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-Well done.

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-Watch out!

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-Got it.

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-Oh! Everyone move back.

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-Cwrwgl to Harri,

-are you getting close?

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-We're under the icebergs, Captain.

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-Yarr, it looks like

-you're trapped right in the middle.

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-And running out of room. Use the

-ice drill to break through the ice.

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-This scurvy ice is too thick.

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-Turn on the heat so the drill

-melts the ice as it goes.

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-Heating drill now.

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-That speeds things up.

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-Hold on, Captain.

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-Don't worry. Help is on the way.

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-We're getting really, very squished.

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-Mum holds my flipper

-when I'm scared.

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-I wish someone

-would hold my flipper.

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-Here, take my paw.

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-Oh, thanks, that's better.

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-Harri.

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-Need a lift, mateys?

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-Just in time, Harri.

-Come on, everyone, into the GUP-S.

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-Activate bottles.

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-We need to find their mums.

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-They may have returned to the ice

-floes by now, so let's start there.

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-Captain!

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-Captain!

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-Where are you? I can't see you.

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-Where are you?

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-Where are you?

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-Who's this now?

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-Who's this now?

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-Excuse me.

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-I think I can help.

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-I think I can help.

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-I don't think so.

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-Oh, easy now.

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-Ladies,

-I don't like the looks of this one.

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-Oh, here we go again.

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-Oh, here we go again.

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-Mum!

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-Mum!

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-There you are.

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-What a relief.

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-Are you alright, love?

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-We waited a long time but we were

-carried off by a big iceberg...

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-..and Captain Cwrwgl

-and his friends saved us.

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-Huh?

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-He does have that hero look

-about him, doesn't he?

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-Ladies, how can we ever thank him

-for saving our pups?

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-Cuddle!

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-Wow!

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-There it is,

-the Walrus Rescue badge.

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-Well done, Uncle Cwrwgl.

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Mae nith a nai Capten Cwrwgl yn helpu eu hewythr i geisio achub tri walrws bach sydd mewn perygl ar ffloch ia. Capten Cwrwgl's niece and nephew help save walrus pups on a drifting ice floe.