Pennod 2 Antur Natur Cyw


Pennod 2

Cyfres i blant sy'n trafod byd natur a gwahanol fathau o greaduriaid. Heddiw, cawn hanes y jiraff. Series for pre-school children about animals and nature. Today, we learn about...


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-# Antur Natur Cyw

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-# Lots of fun

-with Gethin and the gang

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-# All kinds of creatures

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-# If you want, come and join us

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-# Off we go

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-# Let's have lots of fun

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-# We'll learn a lot along the way

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-# Off we go,

-let's have lots of fun

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-# With our friends, large and small

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-# On Antur Natur Cyw #

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-Hello, everyone. I'm Gethin.

-I like anything to do with nature.

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-Learning about animals

-and making things to help them.

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-I also like growing plants.

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-Cyw likes to help sometimes too.

-Isn't that right?

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-Cyw?

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-Cyw?

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-Plwmp, where's Cyw?

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-Cyw?

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-Cyw?

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-Here you are.

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-What are you doing, Jangl?

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-Eating leaves?

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-I know what we can eat.

-We can grow our own vegetables.

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-A message on my magic watch.

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-Hello, Gethin.

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-How can I help you?

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-Which animal is the tallest?

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-The tallest animal in the world?

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-That's a good question.

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-They have long legs

-and even longer necks.

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-Do you know what they are?

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-Well done, the world's

-tallest animal is the giraffe.

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-Not like Jangl, unfortunately.

-Jangl's still growing.

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-Jangl's only small.

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-I've had an idea.

-Let's go on a nature hunt.

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-Do you want to come?

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-Do you want to come?

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-Yes.

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-I'll see you soon.

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-Follow me, Jangl.

-Cyw will get ready.

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-Right, let's call for Oli.

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-Hello, Oli. OK?

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-Off we go.

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-Jangl, look. Another giraffe.

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-Just like you.

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-Wow.

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-Here's the giraffe,

-the world's tallest animal.

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-The giraffe comes from Africa.

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-They spend

-most of their lives standing up.

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-The giraffe only sleeps

-for two hours every day.

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-Giraffes are all unique.

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-The pattern on every coat

-is different.

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-Giraffes only eat plants.

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-They get most of the water they need

-from the food they eat.

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-They use their long necks to reach

-the food at the top of the tree.

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-If they can't reach, they use

-their tongues to stretch further.

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-Come on, off we go.

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-Look!

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-Wow.

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-Giraffes eat a lot. They spend

-all day eating branches and leaves.

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-That's similar to a lettuce

-about this big.

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-A giraffe is a social animal

-and likes to live in a group.

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-They are led by a male adult.

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-They're not always friendly.

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-To choose the strongest in the group

-amongst the males, they fight...

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-..with their necks clashing.

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-Don't worry, it's not dangerous.

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-Look! Baby giraffes.

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-They're not tall yet.

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-They need a lot of help

-to look after one another.

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-When I was a baby,

-I didn't walk for a long time.

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-It doesn't take long

-for a giraffe to learn.

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-It only takes half an hour

-for it to learn.

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-They need a lot of food and energy

-to be able to do this.

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-They eat a lot.

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-Have you enjoyed

-learning about giraffes? Yes?

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-Right, let's go.

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-Right, we're making

-an indoor garden for Jangl.

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-You can help at home too.

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-You need two glasses...

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-..water...

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-..a plastic pot...

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-..and a box of earth.

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-We have some spring onions.

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-Spring onions.

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-Lettuce.

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-Mint.

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-When you've eaten spring onions

-at home, keep the base.

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-You can cut off a little piece

-of the mint from the top.

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-Ready to make an indoor garden?

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-Be very careful.

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-One glass for you.

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-One glass for me.

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-Start with the water.

-Pour a little into mine.

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-That's enough - you can try now.

-Just a little.

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-Just a little.

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-And some more. Stop.

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-Well done, Oli.

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-Which one first -

-the lettuce or the spring onions?

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-Lettuce.

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-When you've eaten

-most of the lettuce...

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-..or when Jangl

-has eaten the lettuce...

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-..we're left with a little piece

-like this.

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-Place it in the water like that.

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-Down it goes slowly.

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-Well done.

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-The top of the lettuce

-doesn't touch the water.

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-The bottom is in the water.

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-The roots grow from the bottom.

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-Next, the spring onions.

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-After eating the spring onions,

-make sure you keep their bottoms.

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-Place them in the water

-and stand them up carefully.

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-One, two, three.

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-One more, four.

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-What's next?

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-Mint. Well done.

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-As I said earlier,

-cut off the tops of the mint...

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-..and stand them up in the water.

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-Store them for four to seven days

-in direct sunlight.

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-Let's hope little roots

-will grow from the bottom.

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-While we wait for the plants

-to grow roots...

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-..we'll prepare some earth

-to plant them.

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-Yes?

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-Take your gloves off first.

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-One off.

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-Grab some dirt

-and sprinkle it into here.

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-That's it, away you go.

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-Well done. A little more.

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-That's not enough.

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-And more.

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-One more.

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-Watch yourself.

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-Well done.

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-Right, move this to the side.

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-Excuse me, Jangl.

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-Here we go.

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-Some earth,

-ready to plant the roots.

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-Time to get them back. Ready?

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-One, two, three.

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-Next, we'll plant them.

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-I'll start with the lettuce.

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-You can do the rest.

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-Take it out carefully.

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-I'm going to place it

-in the earth...

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-..turn it a little.

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-We'll leave it there...

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-..and hope it grows

-into a big lettuce.

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-Jangl can eat it.

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-Yes, as big as that.

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-You can plant the spring onions.

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-Look, the roots have grown.

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-Wow!

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-Right, place it in the earth

-and turn it.

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-There we go,

-leave half of it showing.

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-Perfect. Well done.

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-That was great, Jangl.

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-One more spring onion.

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-Look at the root on that.

-That will grow into a strong one.

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-In it goes.

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-Well done.

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-Be very careful with the mint.

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-It's difficult.

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-I'll put the first one in.

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-Be careful with that one.

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-There you go.

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-There you go.

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-That's it.

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-I hope they grow into strong plants

-for Jangl to eat.

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-Hungry, Jangl?

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-Off it goes.

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-Let's go!

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-One, two, three.

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-Ready to get it back?

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-Look, they've grown.

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-Ready to eat them, Jangl?

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-Here you go.

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-Read to go, Oli?

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-Yes? Off you go.

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-Cheerio.

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-Hello, everyone.

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-Oli and I have been having fun

-with the giraffes.

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-Do you want to see what we learnt?

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-The giraffe

-is the world's tallest animal.

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-It has a long neck to help it reach

-the leaves at the top of the tree.

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-They walk as soon as they're born.

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-That was fun.

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-I hope you enjoyed it at home.

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-We'll see you next time

-on Antur Natur. Cheerio!

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Cyfres i blant sy'n trafod byd natur a gwahanol fathau o greaduriaid. Heddiw, cawn hanes y jiraff. Series for pre-school children about animals and nature. Today, we learn about the giraffe.