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Yr Octonots ac Antur y Rhew

Rhaid i'r criw rwystro criw o bengwiniaid rhag disgyn i mewn i agendor rhew. Capten Cwrwgl and Professor Iago work together to prevent a group of penguins from falling into an ...


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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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-Are you sure this is the place?

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-I'm sure, Harri.

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-The Arctic Polar Scout Emergency

-Post is out here on the sea ice.

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-A-ha! There it is. Let's go!

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-I'll just knock on the... Oh.

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-Captain Cwrwgl! It's good to see

-you back in the old post, sir.

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-Harri, Pegwn, meet Dilwyn.

-Dilwyn, meet...

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-The Octonot guys!

-I mean, the Octonots.

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-I'm Harri.

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-I'm Harri.

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-And I'm Pegwn.

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-This is

-the Polar Scout Emergency Post.

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-Dilwyn's in charge

-and he does an excellent job.

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-I was trained by the best.

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-That's you and Captain Cwrwgl.

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-Before he was Captain

-of the Octonots...

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-..he trained polar scouts

-for the emergency service.

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-What kind of work

-do you do at this post?

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-When someone sends out a call

-for help in the Arctic...

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-..it's my job to hear it and make

-sure they get the help they need.

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-That's why we're setting up

-a connection...

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-..between this post and the Octopod.

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-So we can work together to help

-as many creatures as possible.

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-Ready to test the link?

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-Ready to test the link?

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-Ready, sir!

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-Dela here, Captain.

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-Dilwyn, meet Dela. She's our

-computer expert aboard the Octopod.

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-Nice to meet you, Dilwyn.

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-Nice to meet you, Dilwyn.

-

-Nice to meet you.

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-So, how's the signal?

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-So, how's the signal?

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-Good.

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-SIREN SOUNDS

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-OK, that's a call for help.

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-It's not coming from the Arctic.

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-It's coming from

-the opposite side of the world.

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-The Antarctic.

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-The Antarctic.

-

-Yeah, and...

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-It's an old ice research station

-that's been shut down for years.

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-There shouldn't be anyone

-living at that station at all.

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-But someone's sending a call

-for help.

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-Someone needs to answer it.

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-Dilwyn, stand by.

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-Octonots, to the HQ!

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-Our mission is to answer a

-call for help...

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-..from the other side of the world.

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-Dilwyn?

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-I'm sending through a map now.

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-Here we are in the Arctic.

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-The call came from this ice

-research station in the Antarctic.

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-And who lives at the station?

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-It's been shut down for years.

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-And nobody's heard a peep

-from it until now, mateys.

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-Dela,

-set a course for the Antarctic.

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-We'll keep you posted.

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-Cool! I mean, right, sir.

-And good luck! Dilwyn out.

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-Activating launch.

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-Welcome to Antarctica.

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-Octonots, to the GupS.

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-We've come all the way

-from the Arctic to the Antarctic.

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-But what's the difference?

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-Ah, there are lots of differences,

-Harri.

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-For one thing, polar bears

-live only in the Arctic.

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-And penguins live in the Antarctic.

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-And just look at the map.

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-The Arctic is north.

-The Antarctic is south.

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-When it's winter in the Arctic,

-it's summer in the Antarctic.

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-The Arctic is a frozen ocean

-surrounded by land.

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-The Antarctic is a frozen land

-surrounded by ocean.

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-They're both too cold for cats!

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-But the Antarctic

-is even colder than the Arctic.

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-The Antarctic is the coldest place

-on Earth all year round!

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-Ooh! My whiskers are shivering

-just thinking about it.

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-Hot cocoa.

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-That should warm me up.

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-Thanks, Gwyddno!

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-Bleugh! What was that?

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-I'm not sure.

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-I'm not sure.

-

-Whatever it is, we're surrounded!

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-And one of them

-is heading straight for us!

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-Pegwn?

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-Ifan!

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-Octonots, this is my cousin Ifan.

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-He's an Adelie penguin.

-What are you doing out here?

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-Making our once a year journey from

-the sea back to our nesting grounds.

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-That can't be easy.

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-No. But I've seen so many

-amazing things along the way.

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-Look at the beautiful shape

-of this ice.

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-Ifan, please keep

-up with the rest of the group.

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-But look who I found!

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-Cousin Pegwn! So nice to see you.

-I wish we had time to talk.

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-We have to get

-to our nesting grounds soon.

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-And after this big swim, we have

-a long march across the land.

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-I understand. Goodbye, Ifan.

-Safe journey, everyone!

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-Thanks, Pegwn!

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-Thanks, Pegwn!

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-Say hello to your family!

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-You penguins make the Antarctic

-seem a little friendlier, matey.

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-Everyone, it's time

-to take the GupS onto land.

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-Settle in and get comfortable.

-We've got a long trip ahead of us.

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-We're getting close

-to the ice research station.

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-Keep your eyes peeled.

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-It's difficult to see anything

-out there.

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-Who knows, mateys,

-with all this wind and snow...

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-..the station may have

-disappeared without a trace.

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-Captain,

-flashing light straight ahead.

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-I think we've found

-our research station.

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-Let's see if anyone's home.

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-In all this wind and snow,

-it's easy to get lost...

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-..so everyone hold on to this rope.

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-That way, we'll stay together.

-Ready?

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-Wait! Where's my...?

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-Wait! Where's my...?

-

-Hot cocoa!

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-See you later.

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-Alright, Octonots. Let's move out.

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-Hello!

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-No answer.

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-What's that?

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-Let's see what this does.

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-Yah!

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-Yah!

-

-Octonots, follow me.

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-Who knows what lies within?

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-What's that scurvy sound?

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-Whatever it is,

-it's coming from in there.

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-It's some kind of recording.

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-Whoa! The floor is tilted.

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-All this snow and wind has

-pushed the station over on its side.

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-Look, a cup of tea and...

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-A biscuit!

-With only one bite out of it.

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-Somebody had to eat and run.

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-And somebody's been filling up

-a lot of notebooks.

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-"Getting closer. Very loud now.

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-"Must be deep down in the ice."

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-Whoa!

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-Whoa!

-

-What was that?

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-Argh!

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-Everybody out! Here, grab on!

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-Is everyone OK?

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-Safe and sound.

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-But we still don't know

-who called for help.

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-Tracks.

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-Hmm. These tracks are

-the paw prints of an Arctic fox.

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-But that doesn't make sense.

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-Arctic foxes don't live in the

-Antarctic.

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-Let's see where these lead.

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-I don't believe it!

-Professor Iago?

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-Oh! I don't believe it! Cwrwgl!

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-Did you call for help?

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-Yes, yes. I was beginning

-to think that nobody heard me.

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-Octonots, this is Professor Iago.

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-When I was a polar scout...

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-..he taught me how to do field

-research in the Arctic.

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-I taught you

-how to recognise tracks...

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-..how to listen for sounds

-that others miss, and...

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-Ha-ha-ha!

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-..how to dodge

-one of my surprise snowballs.

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-Very good!

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-Thanks, but what are you doing

-so far from home, Professor Iago?

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-I came here to do research

-many years ago.

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-No-one knew you were here.

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-My radio broke long ago,

-but I couldn't leave.

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-I'm on the edge of an amazing

-discovery, but it may soon be lost.

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-Lost? Why?

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-Follow me. Quick, quick.

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-This is why I called for help.

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-I realised that the ice

-was moving...

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-..and pulling the station

-into this ice chasm.

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-When it falls in...

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-When it falls in...

-

-All of your work goes with it.

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-And disappears forever.

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-As you can see,

-it could fall in at any moment!

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-Then we've no time to lose! Ira?

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-We can pull this

-ice research station to safety...

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-..faster than you can say buncha

-munchy crunchy frozen carrots!

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-Octonots, let's do this.

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-Whoa!

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-Activate snow spikes.

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-Thank you, Octonots. You saved

-the station and my life's work!

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-Now, I can share my amazing

-discovery. Follow me! Quick, quick!

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-I always pounce on the chance to

-investigate a strange new sound.

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-When I arrived in Antarctica,

-I discovered this...

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-DEEP RUMBLING

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-The bloop sound!

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-Who or what was making it?

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-I tracked the sound

-deep in the ice until, finally...

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-..I discovered that

-the mysterious bloop is made by...

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-A humongous Blooptopus?

-A gigantic Bloopzilla?

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-A monstrous Blooperoceros?

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-No, no! The bloop sound

-is made by enormous ice quakes.

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-Ice quakes?

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-Yes, yes! It's the sound

-the ice makes when it breaks..

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-..and moves.

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-..and moves.

-

-Congratulations. That's quite a...

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-Hush, listen. Do you hear that?

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-BEEPING SOUND

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-I hear nothing.

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-I'm afraid we don't have

-your Arctic fox hearing.

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-Here, listen through speakers.

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-CLICKING SOUND

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-CLICKING SOUND

-

-Ah, yes. I hear it now.

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-But what is it?

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-Sounds like the pitter-patter

-of lots of little feet.

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-No, no. It's not pitter-patter.

-It's a... woodlewaddle.

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-A woodlewaddle?

-But what woodlewaddles?

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-My cousins - Adelie penguins - they

-woodlewaddle. They're heading back.

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-They could be heading

-for the ice chasm.

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-With wind blowing the snow around...

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-..my cousins might not see

-the chasm before it's too late.

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-We need to warn them to stay back.

-Everyone, to the GupS.

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-Cap, the flares are ready to go.

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-They should be bright enough

-so the Adelie penguins can see them.

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-Good work. Now we just have to

-make sure our timing is right. Dela?

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-The radar shows that the Adelie

-penguins are close to the chasm.

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-Alright, Pegwn, let's send up

-the flares. On my count.

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-Three, two, one.

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-Ooh! Oh, what's that?

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-Did you see those lights?

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-Attention, penguins.

-This is your cousin Pegwn speaking.

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-It's Pegwn! Listen.

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-Please stay where you are

-and don't go any further...

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-..or you'll fall into an ice chasm!

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-Everybody, stop!

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-Thanks, Pegwn!

-We'll stay where we are.

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-But we still have to get

-to our nesting grounds.

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-Can they go around the ice chasm?

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-The ice chasm is miles long. Going

-around it could take a long time.

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-They're already tired

-from their long trip.

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-If they travel extra miles

-around this chasm...

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-..I'm not sure

-all of them will make it.

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-We'll just have to find a way

-to get them over this ice chasm.

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-A bridge might work, but what could

-we make it out of?

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-There's nothing but snow and ice.

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-It takes more than that

-to build a bridge.

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-Brr! I need something to warm me up.

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-It's so cold that my hot chocolate

-freezes as soon as I pour it!

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-Harri, you're a genius!

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-I am?

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-I am?

-

-I know how to make a bridge.

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-First, we drill a tunnel

-through the ice...

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-..and the heated drill will melt

-the ice into water as we go.

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-Then the water will pour out

-from our side of the chasm...

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-..and as it hits the other side,

-it'll freeze up.

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-Just like my hot chocolate!

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-Octonots, let's make an ice bridge!

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-Brace yourselves!

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-Penguins,

-you can start crossing the bridge.

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-But please be careful.

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-Come on, Ifan.

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-Is everyone safe and accounted for?

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-Is everyone safe and accounted for?

-

-Yes, Captain.

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-Where's Ifan?

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-Ooh. Wow.

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-Ifan!

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-Hi, Pegwn!

-Look at these amazing icicles.

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-And over here, the ice is wavy!

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-You need to hurry

-and cross the bridge now.

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-You never know

-when another ice quake could hit!

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-Come on, Ifan. No time for stopping.

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-Alright, I'm coming.

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-Ice quake!

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-Oh! Oh! Oh!

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-Ifan!

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-Wait, I hear a rustling sound

-from somewhere in the ice chasm.

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-Yes, yes. That's definitely

-the sound of penguin flippers.

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-He's alive!

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-How can we get him out?

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-If only we could fly!

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-If only we could fly!

-

-Poor Ifan!

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-Don't worry, we'll save him!

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-One of us will have to go down

-after him.

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-I'm ready to go.

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-I'd like to go. Ifan may be hurt

-and need medical help right away.

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-Agreed. Pegwn, the rest of the team

-will lower you down to Ifan.

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-And we'll pull both of you back up

-safe and sound. That's a promise.

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-Octonots,

-let's set up the rescue rope.

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-All ready here!

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-Ready!

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-Ready!

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-Ready!

-

-On the rope. Going down.

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-Ifan, can you hear me?

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-Pegwn? I'm down here.

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-Yes! I'm coming for you.

-More rope, Captain.

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-Did I fall

-all the way to the bottom?

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-You were lucky!

-You landed on a ledge. Are you hurt?

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-My flippers are fine,

-but I can't move my foot.

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-Hold on, I'm almost there!

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-Pegwn! Aah!

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-Dig in!

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-Good. Hold your positions.

-Pegwn, are you OK?

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-Well, Captain,

-I'm at the end of my rope...

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-..and so is Ifan.

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-You got me!

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-Yes, I've got you.

-Captain, bring us up.

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-Well done, Pegwn. Octonots,

-slow and steady with the rope. Pull!

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-Good work, Octonots,

-and especially you, Pegwn!

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-I've never seen flippers that fast!

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-Just doing my job. And now your foot

-needs a proper bandage.

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-It's time to finish our trip.

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-Oh, dear. Ifan shouldn't waddle

-on his foot for a few more days.

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-I think we can help with that.

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-Forward... waddle!

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-Goodbye.

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-So, how fast can this thing go?

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-Let's find out, matey!

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-Fantastic!

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-Well, Professor Iago,

-are you ready to get back to work?

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-Oh, yes, yes!

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-I'm afraid this research station

-is falling apart.

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-Hmm. What do you think, Ira?

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-Well, it's definitely a fixer-upper,

-so let's fix her up.

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-Just give me

-about eight weeks and two days.

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-This is wonderful, wonderful!

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-Glad you like it.

-I call it the GupI.

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-The I is for ice.

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-I've put in solar panels and

-turbines to harness wind power.

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-The station is on snow treads

-so you can move it away...

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-..from any ice chasm

-that suddenly opens up.

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-That's not all. Raise her up, Dela!

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-These legs can lift the station

-up high if the snow gets too deep.

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-Ha-ha! Incredible!

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-If you like the outside,

-you'll love what's inside. Come on.

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-Your very own hot chocolate machine.

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-Brr! And plenty of biscuits.

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-That's not the best new feature.

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-It's not?

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-We've set up special

-pole to pole communications. Dela?

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-This is the Arctic Polar

-Scout Emergency Post. Dilwyn here.

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-Dilwyn, meet Professor Iago of

-the Antarctic Ice Research Station.

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-Now known as the GupI.

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-Good to meet you, Dilwyn.

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-Ooh, listen. A mysterious new sound.

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-I hear it too.

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-But who or what is making it?

-That is the question.

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-Oh, I believe it was the sound

-of a humongous... slurptopus!

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-Whoops. Sorry.

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-Well, Professor,

-now that mystery is solved...

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-..how would you like

-a cup of hot chocolate?

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-Oh, yes, yes. Yes, please.

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-Oh, yes, yes. Yes, please.

-

-I'm ready for seconds.

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-Good work, Ira.

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-Delicious.

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-.

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Rhaid i'r criw rwystro criw o bengwiniaid rhag disgyn i mewn i agendor rhew. Capten Cwrwgl and Professor Iago work together to prevent a group of penguins from falling into an ice chasm.