Mae rhywbeth rhyfedd ar y traeth ac mae ofn ar y crads bach. There's something strange down on the beach and the creatures are nervous. But before long Deri the dog has solved t...
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-The seaside town of Tenby is
-a colourful place, full of wonder.
-It has beaches, pools, numerous
-cliffs and an ancient castle.
-Come with us,
-we'll have lots of fun.
-We'll join the little creatures
-of the beaches.
-It's a lovely summer morning.
-There's something strange
-on the sand.
-The dog runs by -
-it won't go too close.
-The birds keep away too.
-I think I'll go and have
-a closer look.
-You don't know what it is.
-The raven asks the other creatures
-about this strange discovery.
-It heads to the rock pool.
-The pollack can't help
-but she asks the anemone.
-It looks a little like you.
-Is it a member of your family?
-Yes, it's long and red,
-just like an anemone.
-But it's not one of those.
-I don't recognise it at all.
-Lleu the gudgeon feels nervous.
-I'm not moving from here
-until someone solves the mystery.
-Do you think we can eat it?
-Maybe we can play with it.
-Or wear it as a hat.
-The little creatures
-can't work out what it is.
-I'm going to hide in my shell,
-just in case.
-We'd better hide together.
-Next, the raven heads off to ask
-the animals on the cliff-top.
-Good morning. What's the problem?
-The raven tells the cow
-about the discovery on the beach.
-I have no idea what it is.
-How about you?
-The ponies don't know either.
-Maybe if we stand very still,
-it'll go away.
-The sheep and the rabbits
-are very nervous too.
-Something strange on the beach?
-I'm staying here.
-Me too, we'll be safe on the cliff.
-Even Wil the seagull is confused.
-What on earth is it?
-Further down the beach,
-Waldo is confused too.
-He doesn't know
-what kind of bird he is.
-I don't know what I'll look like
-when I grow up.
-Waldo decides to ask
-some of the other birds.
-Will I look like you when I grow up?
-You do have spots like mine
-but you're much bigger than me.
-You're not a rock pipit,
-that's for sure.
-Waldo decides to ask another bird.
-A pigeon is feeding on the beach.
-will I look like you when I grow up?
-You're much bigger than me already.
-Waldo decides to ask the rabbits.
-Excuse me, what kind of bird am I?
-Ask Wil the seagull.
-OK, if you're sure he knows.
-The clever rabbits know
-what kind of bird Waldo is.
-Wil, Wil, the rabbits said
-you'd know what kind of bird I am.
-Of course I do.
-You're a seagull, just like me.
-Wil is such a majestic bird.
-In the meantime,
-back on the sand dunes...
-..Deri the dog is having fun.
-As he runs around,
-he notices the strange object.
-Hey, hey, hey.
-Don't worry, it's not dangerous.
-It's a bucket, to make sandcastles.
-Deri has finally solved the mystery.
Mae rhywbeth rhyfedd ar y traeth ac mae ofn ar y crads bach. There's something strange down on the beach and the creatures are nervous. But before long Deri the dog has solved the mystery.