Pennod 4 Antur Natur Cyw


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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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-# 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. I'm Gethin. Here's Cyw.

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-We love everything

-to do with nature.

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-We learn about animals

-and make things to help them.

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-Today, we're feeding birds

-and we've almost finished.

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-Birds enjoy eating seeds.

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-Right, we'll search for somewhere

-to hang this.

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-I hope little birds

-will feed from it.

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-Cyw, I think someone's following us.

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-Here we go.

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-All that's left to do is wait

-for the little birds to feed.

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-What's up, Cyw?

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-Deryn!

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-Why are you in such a hurry?

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-I know you're a bird.

-That's for the forest birds.

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-You live in a house

-with Cyw and myself.

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-I'll tell you what. We could make

-our own bird food together.

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-You can help.

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-Let's head over to the bird shed

-to see if they're hungry.

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-Off we go.

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-We can hide here.

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-The birds won't know we're here.

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-Hello, Deryn.

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-Let's see if we can see

-little birds feeding.

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-If you use binoculars,

-you can see small things clearly.

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-There's a message on the watch.

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-Hello, Cameron. How can I help you?

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-What's the world's largest bird?

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-The world's largest bird?

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-The ostrich

-is the world's largest bird.

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

-Are you coming, Deryn?

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-I'll see you later, Cameron.

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-Down you go, Cyw.

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-While Cyw fetches some bird food,

-Deryn, you can head to the zoo.

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-Come with me.

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-Where are you, Cameron?

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-Here you are.

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-Hello, Cameron.

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-Are you OK? Are you ready to go?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Off we go.

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-Magic watch, take us to the zoo.

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-A magpie.

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-A duck.

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-A pelican.

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-A flamingo.

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-Birds come in all shapes and sizes.

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-Cameron and I are in the zoo today

-to see the largest bird of all.

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-The ostrich.

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-An ostrich's body is so big

-it needs three stomachs.

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-It can eat three times more

-than you or I.

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-Ostriches usually come from Africa.

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-The weather is hot.

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-Its long wings prevent its legs

-being sunburned.

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-Ostriches grow to a height

-of three metres.

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-It's twice my weight.

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-Of course,

-the world's largest bird...

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-..comes out

-of the world's largest egg.

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-It can be 24 times larger

-than a hen's egg.

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-An ostrich is so tall and so heavy

-it can't fly.

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-You're quite right, Deryn.

-Cyw can't fly either.

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-You can tell the difference

-between male and female...

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-..by looking at their feathers.

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-The females have brown feathers

-and the males have black feathers.

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-They can't fly

-but they can't run really quickly.

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-An ostrich's legs are so strong

-they use them to defend themselves.

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-They give any predators

-a quick kick.

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-Usually, ostriches eat roots,

-leaves, flowers and seeds.

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-They eat insects, lizards

-and all kinds of small creatures.

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-They live with animals

-that don't pose them a threat.

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-Yes, Deryn,

-animals like zebras and antelopes.

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-It has large eyes,

-larger than any other bird.

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-It can keep an eye out

-for any danger!

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-Time to do some cleaning.

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-Is there anything in there?

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-No! How about here?

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-No!

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-Well done.

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-Plenty of facts.

-Time to do something.

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-Back to the forest.

-Cameron, are you ready to go?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Off we go.

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-There's not enough food

-for the little birds in winter.

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-Today, I'll show you

-how to make a bird feeder.

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-Ready, Cameron?

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-We're going to use

-a plastic bottle like this one...

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-..to make a bird feeder.

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-We'll make holes

-in the plastic bottle.

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-Ask an adult for help to do this.

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-I've made them already.

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-Here's one for me and one for you.

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-Grab that one.

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-You can see one large hole...

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-..and one small hole.

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-You have one hole

-because the bottle is very small.

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-One large hole there.

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-One small hole here.

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-We have wooden spoons.

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-I'll keep the large one -

-I have the large bottle!

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-You can have the small one.

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-Push the handle of the spoon

-through the large hole...

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-..and out through the small hole.

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-Just like that.

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-Push it the whole way through

-until it's out the other side.

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-Well done. We'll do the same

-with the second spoon.

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-There we go.

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-Little birds will land here

-and eat the seeds.

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-Do you know what's next?

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-Do you know what's next?

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-No.

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-Pour the seeds into the bottles.

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-We'll start with your bottle.

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-I'll fetch the seeds. Here we go.

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-Here's a funnel.

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-We'll start with yours

-because it's smaller.

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-The funnel goes into the bottle.

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-We'll pour the seeds slowly

-through the funnel.

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-Is it working?

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-We'll fill the bottle to the top

-to give the birds plenty of food.

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-We'll do the next one.

-Help me out by holding that.

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-The funnel goes in.

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-Ready?

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-Keep going until the bottle is full.

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-Almost there.

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-I've already gone past

-one wooden spoon.

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-Look who's waiting for us to finish.

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-The funnel goes back in there.

-And the cup.

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-I'll hide these away from Deryn.

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-There we go.

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-We have two bottle tops.

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-One already has a hole in it.

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-Ask an adult to make a hole

-in a top without a hole.

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-Hello!

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-Yours already has a hole.

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-We thread some string

-through the top...

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-..and fasten the tops.

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-We hope the string

-suspends the bottle from the top.

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-Plan.

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-Let's try it.

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-I'll start with yours.

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-A knot at the bottom.

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-Right, yours is done.

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-If you hold that for a moment.

-I'll finish mine.

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-Pull the string all the way through

-and fasten the top to the bottle.

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-Make sure it's very tight.

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-There we go.

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-Well done.

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-Right, let's try them. Off we go.

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-Here we go. Hello, Deryn.

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-Hello.

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-Let's hang the bottles up

-and hope Deryn eats it.

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-Where do you want to hang yours?

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-Here.

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-Off you go.

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-Can you hang it there?

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-I'll help you.

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-There you go.

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-I'll hang mine up here.

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-There we go.

-Will a bird eat the food?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-We'd better go.

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-We'll watch them from over there.

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-Place the feeder as high as you can,

-where cats can't reach them.

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-I think we've done a very good job.

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-Are you ready to go home? Yes?

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-Right, stand over there

-and I'll send you away.

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-Cheerio, Deryn. Cheerio, Gethin.

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-Thanks. Cheerio.

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-Hello, everyone. What, Cyw?

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-I've had a lot of fun

-with Cameron and the ostriches.

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-Would you like to see

-what we've learnt?

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-The ostrich

-is the world's largest bird.

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-It has three stomachs

-and strong legs.

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-Males have black feathers

-and a white tail.

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-Females have brown feathers.

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-Even though they have long wings,

-they can't fly.

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-Well, that was interesting.

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-I hope you've enjoyed at home too.

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-We'll see you next time

-on Antur Natur.

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-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.