Pennod 3 Antur Natur Cyw


Pennod 3

Cyfres i blant meithrin sy'n trafod byd natur a gwahanol fathau o greaduriaid. Series for pre-school children introducing facts about animals and the natural world.


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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.

-Here's Cyw.

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-We like everything about nature.

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-We learn about animals

-and make things to help them.

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-Today, we're searching for insects

-such as spiders.

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-Plwmp will help us.

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-Are you ready to go, Plwmp?

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-This is an interesting task.

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-Thousands of little creatures

-live everywhere.

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-To see them,

-you need a magnifying glass.

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-Oh, hello, Plwmp.

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-What have you discovered?

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-A worm?

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-You need to be very careful when

-you pick one up. They're only small.

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-Seeing your trunk

-has given me an idea.

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-We can make a pooter.

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-We can pick up the worms

-and see them without hurting them.

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-I'll show you how...

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-Hello, Sasha. How can we help you?

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-For what does an elephant

-use its trunk?

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-Well, elephants use their trunks

-for all kinds of different things.

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-I know, let's go on a nature hunt.

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-Would you like to come with us?

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-Yes.

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-I'll see you soon.

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-While we visit the elephant,

-Cyw can prepare the pooter.

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-Sasha and I are visiting the zoo.

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-We'll see and learn more

-about the elephant.

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-The elephant is the world's

-largest land mammal.

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-They live in Asia and Africa.

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-You can recognise both elephants

-by looking at their ears.

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-An African elephant has large ears,

-the shape of the African continent.

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-The Asian elephant has small ears,

-the same shape as India.

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-You're a special Welsh elephant,

-aren't you, Plwmp?

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-An elephant's trunk can feel

-size, shape and temperature...

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-..just like our hands.

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-They can suck water up their trunks

-and pour it into their mouths.

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-Some elephants

-have two long ivory teeth...

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-..that grow longer and longer

-throughout their lives.

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-This long tooth is called a tusk.

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-Elephants use them to dig for food

-and fight!

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-The elephants drink around

-200 litres of water every day.

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-That's enough to fill three baths.

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-I couldn't do that. Could you?

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-When elephants don't drink...

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-..they eat.

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-They're herbivores,

-which means they don't eat meat.

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-Just branches, bamboo and leaves.

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-Sometimes,

-elephants eat for 16 hours a day.

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-That's a lot of leaves and branches.

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-No wonder they weigh

-100 times more than me!

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-The elephant would be lost

-without its trunk.

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-It uses it to grab its food

-and drink water.

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-Yes, Plwmp,

-your trunk is very strong.

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-Can you use it to blow?

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-Well, Plwmp, have you learnt enough

-about elephants? Yes? Good.

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-Have you learnt enough

-about elephants?

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-Yes? Right.

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-Off we go.

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-Let's head back to the forest

-to make our pooter.

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-It's very similar

-to an elephant's trunk.

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-Easy does it.

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-Bye now.

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-See you soon.

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-We have everything we need

-to make a pooter.

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-Do you know what a pooter is?

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-Similar to Plwmp's trunk...

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-..you can make a pooter to suck

-little creatures, such as ants...

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-..up and into the container.

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-Wow!

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-Ready to go?

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-Right, let's go.

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-We have a plastic tub.

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-A ball of elastic bands.

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-We also have straws.

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-We have red tape.

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-Blue.

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-Blue tape.

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-We also have a small net.

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-We'll start with the plastic tub.

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-Can we open it?

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-We need to make a hole

-for the straw.

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-At home, ask an adult for help.

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-Isn't that right?

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-Fortunately,

-here's one I made earlier.

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-As you can see,

-I've made one hole there...

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-..and one hole there.

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-A hole, a hole.

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-Can you see, Plwmp? One, two.

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-The next thing we need to do

-is grab a straw.

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-Here's the straw.

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-You're very lucky, Sasha, because

-I've done some of the work already.

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-Here we go.

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-What I've done, as you can see...

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-..I have one straw

-with blue tape on it...

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-..and one with red tape on it.

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-Do you know why

-one is red and one is blue?

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-Why?

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-You're not meant to suck

-the red one.

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-Only suck the blue one.

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-The first one,

-insert the blue straw.

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-We have to make sure,

-by opening the tub...

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-There you go.

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-Thank you.

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-We have to make sure we don't suck

-the insects into our mouths!

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-That's not nice, Plwmp.

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-The best way to do that...

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-..is to use this small net.

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-Take the straw out

-and place the net around the straw.

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-Next, use an elastic band...

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-..to secure the net.

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-Nice and tight.

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-Around and around and around.

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-These elastic bands go on and on.

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-Next, push the straw

-back through the hole.

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-And close that.

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-There we go.

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-Just like that.

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-What do we do next?

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-Before that,

-we need to use some tac.

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-Pull a piece... there you go.

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-It's difficult! There we go.

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-There we go.

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-There we go!

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-Spool the tac around the straw.

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-Do you know why?

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-Why?

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-When we suck in,

-it stops the air escaping.

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-Yay!

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-Yay!

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-Yay!

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-There we go.

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-There we go.

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-There we go.

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-We've forgotten one piece.

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-That one.

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-The red straw. Why is it red?

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-You're not supposed

-to suck through it.

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-Well done. Do you know why it's red?

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-Don't suck through this straw.

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-Only this side.

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-Here we go.

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-Right, Sasha,

-the last thing to do...

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-..is spool the tac

-around the red straw.

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-Pop the lid on top of the tub.

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-There we go. One.

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-This one here.

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-Three. One for Plwmp.

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-There you go, Plwmp. Well done.

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-We're all done.

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-Little insects live all around us...

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-..and we can suck them up.

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-What's wrong, Plwmp?

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-Plwmp wants us to test it out here.

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-Let's find out if it works. Ready?

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-Wow! There we go. Look!

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-The stone is in the pooter.

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-This lets us see little creatures

-up close.

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-Release them when you're done.

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-It works just like Plwmp's trunk.

-Thanks, Plwmp.

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-Have you enjoyed learning

-about pooters and elephants?

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-Yes? Are you ready to go home?

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-Thanks for your help. See you soon.

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-I hope you've enjoyed at home too.

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-Are you ready to go home, Plwmp?

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-Come with us.

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-Hello, everyone.

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-What, Cyw?

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-Sasha and I have been having fun

-with the elephants.

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-Do you want to know

-what we've learnt?

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-Elephants use their trunks

-to collect food.

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-And to make a noise!

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-They also use their trunks

-to drink water.

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-They're the world's

-largest land mammal.

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-Well, how interesting.

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-I hope you've enjoyed at home too.

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-See you next time on Antur Natur.

-Cheerio!

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Cyfres i blant meithrin sy'n trafod byd natur a gwahanol fathau o greaduriaid. Series for pre-school children introducing facts about animals and the natural world.


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