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Pennod 26

Mae'r milfeddyg yn ymweld a walabi a chawn gwrdd a sebras, ieir a moch cwta. Rhaglen ola'r gyfres. The vet visits a wallaby & we meet some zebras, chickens and guinea pigs. Last...


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-Hello and welcome to Gwdihw.

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-Today, I've come to Chester Zoo

-to see the zebras.

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-Coming up, we'll pay a visit

-to Tomos and Fflur.

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-We'll call at Ysgol Dihewyd.

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-And we'll see a kite in its habitat.

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-First, over to Lois and the vet.

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-The vet.

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-I'm Lois. I've come with

-Dafydd the vet to Borth Animalarium.

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-Dafydd looks after animals.

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-He makes sure

-they're healthy and happy.

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-Today, we've come to see wallabies.

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-Here are the wallabies.

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-There are several wallabies here.

-One of them has a bad tooth.

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-She's having treatment

-to make it better...

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-..but we've come here

-to see how she's getting on.

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-What's the difference

-between a kangaroo and a wallaby?

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-There isn't much,

-apart from a kangaroo's much bigger.

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-How old is the wallaby

-we've come to see?

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-She's about 15,

-which is quite old for a wallaby.

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-They can live until they're 20,

-so 15 is quite old.

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-Where do wallabies come from?

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-Where do wallabies come from?

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-They come from Australia.

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-What do they eat?

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-What do they eat?

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-They eat grass and leaves.

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-How do they move?

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-As you can see, they move

-by bouncing on their back legs.

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-They can move very quickly.

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-They use their long tail to maintain

-balance while they move quickly.

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-Where do they keep their young?

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-Wallabies and kangaroos...

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-..carry their young in a pouch

-at the bottom of their bellies.

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-The young are called joeys.

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-They can live in the pouch

-for up to a year.

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-Has that wallaby had a baby?

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-Yes, a female.

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-There she is.

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-Why is she white?

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-Young wallabies are usually the

-same colour - brown or grey/brown.

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-From time to time,

-a white one is born, but it's rare.

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-Let's look at the wallaby.

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-There we are.

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-We'll start with the head.

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-Can you see

-the right side of the face...

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-..where she's lost her hair?

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-That's where her bad tooth was.

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-Can you see that small hole?

-The pus seeped out of that.

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-We're giving the wallaby medication

-and she is improving slowly.

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-Will the hair grow back?

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-Once that's dried,

-the hair will grow back.

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-So she'll be fine.

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-So she'll be fine.

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-Yes.

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-It'll take time

-but she'll be fine in the end.

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-It's time for the quiz.

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-Which of these animals

-makes this noise?

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-A horse?

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-A wolf?

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-Or a leopard?

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-Let's hear it again.

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-Do you know?

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-Well, a wolf howls likes that.

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-My pet.

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-I'm Tomos.

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-I'm Tomos.

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-I'm Fflur.

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-We have guinea pigs.

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-They're almost three years old.

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-We've had them

-since they were babies.

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-The brown and white one

-is called Twts...

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-..because Mam used to call me Twts,

-and the black one's called Bwts...

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-..because Mam used to call Tomos

-Bwts.

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-They eat dandelions.

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-And carrots, muesli and nuggets.

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-They gnaw everything.

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-Yes. They gnaw wood, hair

-and even clothes.

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-They live here.

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-Dad built the hutch.

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-They're always gnawing their way

-through the floor.

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-We've bought fruit made out of wood

-for them now to nibble instead.

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-Cute.

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-Cute.

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-What are you doing to me?!

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-Their poo looks like sweets.

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-Eurgh!

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-They make a screechy sound

-like this.

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-We love Twts and Bwts.

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-Tref's Three.

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-Hello! I'm Tref, an animal expert.

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-Today, I will name three creatures

-that begin with the letter E.

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-First, E for epa (ape).

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-Apes walk on two legs

-and they don't have tails.

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-Types of apes include gorillas...

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-..chimpanzees...

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-..orang-utans...

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-..and, believe it or not, humans!

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-They say

-that humans are a type of ape!

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-I'm glad I'm a dog.

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-Secondly, E for ebol (foal).

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-A foal is a baby horse.

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-After it's born, it can walk

-and trot almost immediately!

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-Wow!

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-A foal's leg

-is almost the same size...

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-..as it'll be

-when the animal's fully grown.

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-That's why their legs look so long

-when they're young.

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-Thirdly, E for estrys (ostrich).

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-This is the largest bird

-in the world.

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-It's been around

-since the age of the dinosaurs.

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-Ostriches don't fly.

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-They can grow

-to be almost three metres tall.

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-That's a lot taller than humans.

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-It's also the fastest animal

-on two legs.

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-It can run as fast as a horse!

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-Did you know that its eyes

-are bigger than its brain?

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-It really is!

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-Thanks, Tref.

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-I said

-I was going to look for zebras.

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-Look what's behind me here.

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-They're very similar to horses.

-Well, they're from the same family.

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-Like horses, their hearing and sight

-are very good.

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-They can also sleep standing up.

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-They have black and white stripes

-so they can hide in their habitat.

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-No two zebras have the same pattern.

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-Every zebra's different.

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-We go to Ysgol Dihewyd next

-to collect eggs.

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-At school.

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-We keep hens at the school.

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-We have at least six or seven eggs

-every day.

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-We collect the eggs twice a day

-every day.

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-There are six eggs today.

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-But the children

-don't eat or sell the eggs.

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-They let them hatch.

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-This is our incubator.

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-We keep eggs in it for 21 days.

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-Then they hatch.

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-This chick hatched this morning.

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-The shell breaks

-and the chick comes out the egg.

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-Over there are the hatched chicks.

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-Three weeks ago, we had 12 eggs.

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-We now have ten chicks.

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-They hatched yesterday

-and this morning.

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-When a chick hatches,

-it's soaking wet.

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-They feel cold.

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-They feel like they've been

-in the fridge for an hour.

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-After the chicks hatch...

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-..they go under the infra-red lamp

-to keep warm.

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-These were born yesterday

-or this morning.

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-These were born five days ago.

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-The chicks

-can be many different colours.

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-Ours are black and yellow.

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-It takes six months

-for the chick to grow into a hen.

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-Their feet feel spiky.

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-It's really cute and it's soft.

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-Draw a picture.

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-Can you guess which animal this is?

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-Yes, a giraffe with a long neck.

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-Amazing animal.

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-These are kites.

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-Large, beautiful birds.

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-They have very long wings.

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-From one wingtip to the other...

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-..a kite is almost as big

-as a very tall man.

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-They have grey heads

-and bright eyes.

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-They see everything from high above.

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-They can dive to the ground at speed

-to catch small animals such as mice.

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-They like to be in woodland.

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-So, next time

-you're near woodland...

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-..look up

-to see if you can spot one.

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-That's it from Gwdihw for now.

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-I hope you've enjoyed getting

-to know all the wonderful animals...

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-..as much as I have.

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-If you want to have some fun,

-then visit our website.

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-You can draw a picture

-and make a video of your pet.

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-For now, goodbye!

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-# There are lots of creatures

-in our great 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 touched

-a hedgehog's spines?

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-# Or milked a goat or fed a fox?

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-# Have you seen an unusual animal?

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-# What about a hippo,

-wolf or terrapin

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-# There are lots of creatures

-in our great 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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Mae'r milfeddyg yn ymweld a walabi a chawn gwrdd a sebras, ieir a moch cwta. Rhaglen ola'r gyfres. The vet visits a wallaby & we meet some zebras, chickens and guinea pigs. Last in series.