Special episode of the animated deep sea adventure series. Tweak has designed a brand new deep sea station to study the deepest, darkest reaches of the ocean.
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Octonauts, to your stations.
KIDS: Barnacles, Kwazii, Peso!
The Octonauts and The Mariana Trench Adventure.
-Barnacles to Tweak. Ready for progress report.
-Go ahead, Cap.
It's looking good down here. The legs are attached.
GRUNTS AND CHIRRUPS
-Ha! And the door is secure.
Halt! Ah, the last two computers are in place on the upper level.
Thanks, Professor. It looks like we're ready.
What do you think, Tweak?
Cap, it's time to put all the parts of our brand new
deep sea Octo-lab together.
Octonauts and vegimals, prepare for full assembly.
-This is it, mateys.
-Activate full assembly, Tweak.
You got it, Cap!
-Full assembly complete.
-Octonauts, welcome to the deep sea Octo-lab.
Octonauts, our mission is to take the deep sea Octo-lab
all the way down to the bottom of the Mariana Trench.
The Mariana Trench is the deepest, darkest place on Earth, mateys.
And once we've set up the Octo-lab, Dashi and Shellington will stay
for a few weeks while the rest of us return to the Octo-pod.
We're just going to leave them behind in the deepest,
-darkest place on Earth?
We'll be the first scientists to live and study down in the trench.
We'll be able to take pictures of parts of the deep sea
-that no-one has ever seen.
-And discover new creatures - I hope!
And do it all in a place so dangerous
that even pirates have never gone there.
That sounds like a big job for only two Octonauts.
Don't worry, Peso. Tweak and I have invented some helpers.
Meet the Octo-bots.
I've programmed the Octo-bots to help with our research.
They have video cameras for eyes so we can see what they see.
And they can collect rocks from the sea floor.
Tunip wants to show you his favourite invention.
The Vegi-bot is programmed to provide all the comforts of home.
-Oh, thank you, Vegi-bot.
Er, no more kelp cakes for me, thank you.
Chiba-chiba! FRANTIC BEEPING
Chiba-chiba! ANGRY CHIRRUPS
Sorry about that.
I'm still working out some glitches in the Vegi-bot's programming
but everything else is ready to go.
Then let's hook the deep sea Octo-lab up to the Octo-pod
and head for the Mariana Trench.
OK, that should fix the problem.
Let's test it out, Tunip.
I'd like one kelp cake please, Vegi-bot.
Oh, thank you. That's perfect.
-Vegi-bot test: successful.
It looks like we're getting close to the Mariana Trench.
-Dashi, it's time to go downwards.
-I'm on it, Captain.
Octonauts, the deeper we go, the darker it gets.
Prepare to travel into the total darkness of the Midnight Zone.
We have to pass through these sea mountains to get down to the trench.
Dashi, let's take it slow.
These sea mountains are tall.
Yes, some of them are taller than any mountain on dry land.
There it is - the Mariana Trench.
-It looks like a humongous bottomless pit of darkness.
The trench is much too deep to see to the bottom from up here.
So how do we know where to put the Octo-lab
if we can't even see the bottom?
We'll have to go down and look.
Kwazii, Shellington, you're with me.
Time to get out of the GUP and head for the very bottom.
We've made it to the bottom. Whoa!
It's a field of hydrothermal vents...but something's wrong.
-Isn't there supposed to be smoke and steam coming out?
-Some of them have crumbled.
Active hydrothermal vents are hot and bubbly with
lots of animals living round them but they don't last for ever.
These vents have gone cold and fallen apart.
Aye, and there's not a creature stirring.
-I'm in position.
-What's the report?
You know I can't see very well
so just give me a moment to work it out.
It's-it's...three different shiny creatures.
-Ooh! One of them has a long tentacle.
-Do they seem hungry?
Are they coming to eat us?
Everybody, snap to it. Hold your positions.
Shh, shh, quiet!
Captain, this area is fascinating
but we can't put the deep sea Octo-lab
on top of these crumbling vents.
Agreed. Let's keep looking for a better place.
They're gone. Coast is clear!
-Glad they didn't find this.
-Or eat us!
-We're safe for now.
Listen, everyone. I'm afraid we can't
live around these hydrothermal vents any more. They're too cold for us.
We're going to march across this trench
until we find a new hydrothermal vent to call home.
-Somewhere nice and hot.
-With lots of steam and gas bubbling up.
A place where baby tube worms...
ALL: Like us...
-..can grow up to be giant tube worms.
-Aha, that's the spirit!
Now then. Come on, find a partner and don't forget the clam.
Climb aboard, old friend. Sideways, march!
# We live in the midnight zone
-# We live in the midnight zone
-# In the dark, but not alone
-In the dark, but not alone. #
Hmm. This area's nice and flat.
I think we've found the perfect place for the deep sea Octo-lab.
-Agreed. Barnacles to Dashi.
-Dashi here, Captain.
We've found our spot. Let's move the Octo-pod into position.
-The Octo-pod is in position, Captain.
-Very good, Dashi.
The trench is too narrow for the Octo-pod at the bottom
so the GUP-C will take it part of the way. Ready, Tweak?
-Octonauts, let's do this.
On my way down, Cap.
-There she is, mateys.
-All right, Tweak.
On my signal, release the cable and let the Octo-lab fall into place.
-You got it, Cap.
Octonauts, the deep sea Octo-lab has landed.
Let's turn on the lights and get to work.
Tweak? I'm not a bit nervous about being down this deep any more.
-The Octo-lab feels completely safe.
-Oh, it is safe, Peso.
Sure, it's cold and dark out there
but we've got plenty of powerful light and heat.
And I put the whole thing on legs so it'll just
bounce around without breaking a thing if we get hit by tremors.
You see, we're down so deep that there's only a thin layer
of the sea floor between us and the hot, melted rock inside the Earth.
When pieces of the sea floor move around on top of the melted rock,
they bump into each other, and we get tremors.
The Octo-lab has special equipment that shows us
whether or not there are any tremors close by.
Let's turn it on.
Looks like everything's calm and steady for now. No tremors.
Phew! I hope it stays that way.
We've collected some fantastic rock samples.
-The Octo-bots are working well.
Uh-oh, something's coming. Come on, boys. Time to roll.
-Where are we?
-I don't know.
-Not a clue.
TUNIP HUMS TO ITSELF
-I smell food.
ALL: Let's roll! Whoa, whoa, wahey!
GULPING AND CHOMPING
-Keep them coming.
-I could eat a million of them.
-Ah, that's good.
-# We live in the midnight zone
-We live in the midnight zone
-# In the dark, but not alone
-In the dark, but not alone. #
-I feel heat!
-And it's coming from this thing.
-A nice warm-up for cold claws.
Snap to it. Sideways...climb!
Left, left, left, left, left, left, left...
Hmm, it's even warmer in here. Come on.
-Uh-oh. We've got a situation.
Chain of claws, everyone.
One, two, three...pull!
THEY GRUNT TOGETHER
All right, let's make this one count. One, two, three...pull!
I think I'd better sound the Octo-alert.
Octonauts, to the lower deck.
Octonauts, we've lost all power to the Octo-lab.
-I need to check the power generator, Cap.
-We'll light your way.
I have to open it up.
There's no telling who or what could be hiding in there.
Oh, something's coming. Hide, everyone!
-Oh, me, oh, my! A wire's been cut.
-But who would do that?
BELCHING, PESO QUIVERS
Now, that's the roar of a wire-cutting monster
if ever I heard one... Yow!
-No sudden moves.
Oh, no worries.
-We can't move at all right now.
-Oh, no. Are you all right?
-Oh, we're fine.
-Just really, really full.
ALL THREE BELCH
Ah, it's tough for us giant isopods to find food down here,
so when we do...
We eat and eat and eat until we can't eat any more.
Sometimes, we eat so much that we're too stuffed to move for a while. Oh!
Giant isopods? Fascinating.
Most isopods are tiny but down this deep, the isopods are giants.
-But if you didn't cut the wire, then who did?
-Look behind you.
-MANY VOICES: Please don't hurt us!
-Don't worry, we won't hurt you.
Oh, I'm sorry, I cut your wire by accident.
What were you doing in our power generator, mateys?
It was nice and warm in there, and we like warm.
We're looking for a nice, hot hydrothermal vent to call home.
We'll help you find a new home, but first,
-we need to get our power back.
-I'll just fix up this wire.
That ought to do it. OK, I'm going to turn it back on.
OCTO-BOTS START BUZZING
Uh-oh, power surge caused the Octo-bots to short-circuit.
They're out of control, Cap!
FRANTIC WHIRRING AND BEEPING
Kwazii, take the other Octo-buggy. Go after Tunip and the Vegi-bot.
Aye-aye, Captain! Ho!
Shellington, you go that way and Dashi, you go that way.
I'll go this way. Let's catch those Octo-bots!
Ah, there you are. Hmm, let me help you with that.
I'm heading back to the Octo-lab with the runaway Octo-bot.
He's picked up a lovely, big rock for your collection.
Captain, thanks to this Octo-bot,
I've found a type of sea cucumber I've never seen before.
And this one is recording some beautiful, glowing sea stars.
How about you, Kwazii? Have you caught up with the Vegi-bot?
-Whoa! Not yet, Captain.
Yargh! We're on the edge of a lake of boiling hot...gloop.
-It sounds fascinating.
-It looks dangerous. Ha-ha-ha!
-Kwazii, turn on the Octo-buggy camera.
-Octo-buggy camera on.
It's a lake of boiling hot sulphur. Incredibly rare.
-Kwazii, can you get a sample?
'Just be careful not to fall in.'
Got it. Yar, the Vegi-bot!
Yagh! Shiver-me-whiskers, there's mud flying everywhere!
-Mud volcanoes - amazing!
-This is great, Kwazii.
Video of underwater mud volcanoes is really rare.
-Follow that Vegi-bot!
-Ha-ha, we'll get him, matey!
-I'll get as close as I can
and you nab him with the grabber, Tunip.
We did it, matey!
-Captain, we have the Vegi-bot.
-Good work, Kwazii.
-Captain, look - a tremor.
-And it's getting bigger.
-Kwazii, be careful.
A big tremor is about to shake things up.
Brace yourselves, everyone.
ALL QUIVER AND GROAN
Yargh, agh! Hang on, Tunip!
We'll go the other way, matey.
Whoa, can't stop now.
Looks like there's only one thing to do - go faster!
-Ha-ha! We made it.
-'Kwazii, Tunip - are you all right?'
Aye-aye, Captain. We're fine.
We just went flying over a river of hot, melted rock.
You've found the perfect new home for our hydrothermal vent friends.
Hydrothermal vents form along cracks in the sea floor just like this one.
Good work, Kwazii.
-Is this hot enough for you?
This is just the kind of home we've been looking for.
This hydrothermal vent is just beginning to grow.
ALL: And we'll grow with it!
That's right. We'll get to watch you and this hydrothermal vent
get a lot bigger.
Let me take a picture of you in your new home. Say, "seaweed!"
Dashi, Shellington, we'll be back down in a few weeks to pick you up.
-We'll miss you.
-Indeed we will.
-That's for sure.
We'll send video reports to the Octo-pod every day.
We certainly have a lot to study. The lake of boiling sulphur,
the mud volcanoes, the brand-new hydrothermal vents.
Aye, and who knows what else you'll find down here, mateys?
TUNIP CHIRRUPS SADLY
I'll miss you, Vegi-boh.
TUNIP SNIFFS AND BLOWS NOSE
Don't worry, Tunip.
We'll take good care of the Vegi-bot.
Remember, if you need us, we'll be here faster than you can say...
Buncha munchy crunchy carrots!
Dashi, Shellington - goodbye for now.
Octonauts, let's head back up to the Octo-pod.
-So long, mateys!
-Vegi-bot, could I have a kelp cake?
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Tweak has designed a brand new deep sea station to study the deepest, darkest reaches of the ocean, but the Octonauts face multiple challenges - from getting it down there to the extreme environment, and strange, prehistoric creatures that greet them once they arrive.