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Crocodeilod, gwenyn, defaid ac eliffantod - maen nhw i gyd ar y rhaglen heddiw. Today Megan introduces us to crocodiles, bees, sheep and elephants!


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-Hello and welcome to Gwdihw.

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-Today, I'm looking for

-the world's largest land animal.

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-Do you know what it is?

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-Yes, the elephant.

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-Also today, we visit Rhiannon's cat.

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-We'll find out how bees make honey.

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-Last week, we saw Maldwyn and Olwen

-getting sheep ready for the show.

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-Let's find out how they got on

-in Haverfordwest Show.

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-On The Farm

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-Here's Fferm Penparc.

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-Gilbert, Olwen and Maldwyn

-live here.

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-Olwen and Maldwyn help Dad

-to prepare the sheep...

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-..ready for the show.

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-We're at the show.

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-Hello, how are you? We've finally

-reached Haverfordwest Show.

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-We're getting the sheep ready

-for the ring.

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-We're competing in the

-Young Handlers competition.

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-They're about to start

-the Young Handlers competition.

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-I'm taking the lamb into the ring.

-Look out!

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-It's important

-to lead the sheep properly.

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-We must look at the judges

-all the time.

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-I'm going to win

-because I'm the best handler.

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-I'm tired.

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-It's important to look smart

-and wear a white coat...

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-..to catch the judge's eye.

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-The judge is looking for someone

-who stands out.

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-It looks as if they've won.

-Congratulations to them.

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-We weren't first,

-we weren't third, we weren't second.

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-Hooray for blue!

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-We're going for a walk

-around the show.

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-Hooray!

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-I want to see tractors

-and motorbikes.

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-I want to see the horses.

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-I want to see the JCBs

-and the tractors.

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-We've had a good show.

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-Three firsts, three seconds

-and a reserve champion.

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-Well done, Olwen and Maldwyn, and

-fair play to Gilbert for helping.

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-It's time for some sensible

-information about animals.

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-I'm not sure if the next dog

-is sensible though.

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-Tref's Three.

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-Hello, I'm Tref,

-the best dog in the world.

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-I'm an expert on animals.

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-Today I'll name three creatures

-that begin with the letter A.

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-First, A for...

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-..anemone.

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-The anemone...

-These live at the bottom of the sea.

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-They're different colours

-and look like pretty flowers.

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-Don't smell them -

-they have poisonous tentacles.

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-That's how they catch their food.

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-They eat insects and tiny fish.

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-Secondly, the armadillo.

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-The armadillo

-lives in South America.

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-The armadillo sleeps

-for 16 hours a day.

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-We should call it a lazydillo!

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-Thirdly, arth coala (koala bear).

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-Koala bears live in Australia.

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-Its name is koala bear

-but it's not a bear!

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-It's closer to a kangaroo.

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-It carries its young

-on a pouch on its belly.

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-The koala bear's favourite food

-is eucalyptus leaves.

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-They don't eat anything but

-the leaves of the eucalyptus tree.

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-The koala bear's favourite drink

-is Coca Koala!

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-Only joking.

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-Time for the quiz.

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-One of these creatures

-breathes through its backside!

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-The shark?

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-The cow?

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-The sea turtle?

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-Can you guess?

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-It's the sea turtle.

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-Believe it or not,

-it breathes through its backside.

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-Working Hard

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-Hello, I'm Brian. I'm a honey bee.

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-You've caught me on a busy day.

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-I'm collecting honey

-from these colourful flowers.

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-There's nothing better to do

-on a sunny afternoon.

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-I'm not actually collecting honey.

-This is called nectar.

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-I'm collecting it

-before returning to the beehive...

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-..where it becomes honey.

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-I'll show you.

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-I have two stomachs - one for eating

-and one to store the nectar.

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-I suck the nectar like this.

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-When my belly is full, I take

-the nectar back to the beehive.

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-Come on, you can see

-where we keep the nectar.

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-My honey and my friends' honey

-is kept here.

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-In which hole can my honey go?

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-I know. This one.

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-Remember,

-honey on toast is very tasty.

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-Weren't they busy bees?

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-Hey, look at this then.

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-The crocodile.

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-It's the creature

-that's most similar to a dinosaur.

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-They have very long bodies,

-almost three times longer than me.

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-The crocodile is a large lizard.

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-It has plates on its skin,

-just like the snake.

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-Crocodiles have long tails

-and small noses.

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-The crocodile isn't scared

-of anything.

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-They eat, well,

-all kinds of animals.

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-They live in rivers and lakes...

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-..but they don't live in Wales,

-thank goodness.

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-If you see one of these anywhere

-in the world, don't get too close.

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-Let's join a much smaller animal -

-Pws the cat.

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-My Animal

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-I'm Rhiannon, I have a cat.

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-Here's Pws and he's been with us

-since he was seven years old.

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-He's two now.

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-I couldn't decide on a name.

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-We called it Charlie first,

-then Jerry.

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-Then we all decided

-we wanted to call him Pws.

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-Pws is very fussy.

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-He only eats one brand of food.

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-Pws is a black and white cat.

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-Look carefully

-and you'll see his black moustache!

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-Pws isn't like every other cat.

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-When he's cold,

-he sleeps on the shelf.

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-When he's hot,

-he sleeps in the sink.

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-We don't have a cat flap.

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-If he wants to go out, he jumps up

-and goes out of the window.

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-He sees very clearly at night.

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-A lot better than me.

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-To keep clean, cats lick their fur.

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-The cat is one of the most popular

-pets in the world.

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-They don't make a mess and there's

-no need to take them for a walk.

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-Pws and I are good friends.

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-Draw a Picture

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-Do you know what this is?

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-Yes, a rabbit.

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-Amazing Animal

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-I've been looking forward to

-seeing one of these for a long time.

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-The world's largest land animal -

-the elephant.

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-Look at its size.

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-There are two kinds of elephant.

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-The African elephant

-and the Asian elephant.

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-These are Asian elephants.

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-Their ears are smaller

-than African elephants.

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-They mostly eat plants -

-no meat at all.

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-They drink a lot of water every day.

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-Believe it or not,

-they're strong swimmers.

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-They use their noses as snorkels.

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-I love elephants.

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-Despite being so big,

-they look like fine animals to me.

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-Look at their tusks.

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-They use them to dig for food.

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-They can live to be very old.

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-I've enjoyed myself

-learning about elephants today.

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-If you want to try our quiz or

-draw a picture, visit our website.

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-Join us next time for more fun

-with amazing animals on Gwdihw.

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-# There are lots of creatures

-in our world

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-# Some have fur,

-others have feathers

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-# In the sea, on land, or high above

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-# Which creatures do you like?

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-# Have you ever counted

-a zebra's stripes?

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-# How many hairs are on a gorilla?

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-# How tall is a flamingo?

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-# Do you want to swim

-with a dolphin or a seal?

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-# There are lots of creatures

-in our world

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-# Some have fur,

-others have feathers

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-# In the sea, on land, or high above

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-# Which creatures do you like? #

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Crocodeilod, gwenyn, defaid ac eliffantod - maen nhw i gyd ar y rhaglen heddiw. Today Megan introduces us to crocodiles, bees, sheep and elephants!