Manatees Octonauts


Manatees

Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. Running out of air, Barnacles struggles to free his paw from the mouth of a giant clam.


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SIREN WAILS

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'Octonauts, to your stations!'

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Barnacles!

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Kwazii!

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Peso!

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-Explore!

-Rescue!

-Protect!

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Octonauts!

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RADIO BEEPS

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-'Captain, are you there?'

-Come in, Dashi.

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There's a dangerous storm approaching with lots of lightning..

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THUNDER RUMBLES

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When lightning strikes the ocean, the electricity

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spreads out through the water near the surface.

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So, even if it doesn't hit you directly, you can still get zapped.

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Thanks for the warning. I'm heading to deeper waters now.

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Barnacles out.

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THUNDER RUMBLES

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Whoa, I've been hit.

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Urghh!

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Whoa, a manatee!

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More manatees. Urghh!

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Whoa, man, what's the hurry?

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Time for an emergency landing.

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Urgh!

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Oh, make that a crash landing!

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Phew! Eh?

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Agh!

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Erm, Giant Clam?

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I think you have something that belongs to me

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and I'm going to need it back.

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In that case, we'll do it the old-fashioned way.

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Urghhh!

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Urghhh!

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Oh, this could take a while.

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Uh-oh, sounds like more lightning.

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It's heading straight for those manatees!

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Time to sound the octoala...

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Oh!

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Oh. Urghh!

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Oh. Can't...quite...reach.

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A-ha!

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A sticky limpet. And a little seaweed.

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Urghh!

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Bull's-eye!

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Ah-ha! Ha-ha!

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Octonauts to the HQ!

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SIRENS WAIL

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Octonauts, the lightning storm

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is heading straight for a herd of manatees.

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-We need to get them to safety.

-Are you with them now, Captain?

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Erm, not exactly, Peso. I'm sort of...stuck.

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Doing something else at the moment.

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But I'll guide the mission from here.

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The lightning storm's picking up speed, Captain.

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Keep tracking it, Dashi. Let's move those manatees to deeper water.

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-Captain, wait!

-Go-ahead, Shelley Fish. I mean JELL-ington.

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I mean SHELL-ington!

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The manatees breathe air, Captain, they can only be under water

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for a few minutes before they need to take a breath.

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The manatees will need to be moved somewhere they can breathe.

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We'd better lead them to the OUCH-opod.

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The OUCH-opod?

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I meant to say get all those manatees inside the Octopod now.

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Aye, aye, Captain. Octonauts, to the GUPs.

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Yiaow!

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Oh, I'm digging this air today.

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You said it, man!

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Nothing beats a little fresh air.

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Captain, we've arrived on the scene.

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-Good, then get those manatees moving.

-Aye-aye, Captain.

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Tunip, come in!

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SHE BURBLES

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Tunip, the manatees will need something to eat.

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Gather what seagrass you can, and bring it to the launchp...

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Uh-oh!

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TUNIP CHIRRUPS

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Nothing to worry about, Tunip. Just get the sea grass.

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Hmm.

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Hmm, hungry barracudas.

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I had better make myself invisible.

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Ahoy, manatees. There's a dangerous lightning storm approaching.

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We're here to lead you to safety.

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-Sure thing, man.

-No problemo.

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We're happy to go with that flow.

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Everybody climb onto a GUP and we will drive you down to the Octopod.

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-SLOWLY:

-Here we come.

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So excited!

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They're moving very slowly.

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How do they ever catch any fish to eat?

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Fish? No way, man.

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We're vegetarians. We only eat plants.

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We never have to chase after our food

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so we like to do things nice and easy.

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Oh. Come in, Captain.

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Go ahead, Kwazii.

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This is going to be trickier than we thought.

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The manatees are really slow.

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(And they're a little disorganised.)

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Well, you've got to get them organised.

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Line them up and get them onto the GUPs one by one.

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I've got to go.

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I'm sure I saw something shiny around here.

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-ALL:

-Shiny?!

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The lightning's getting closer.

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We need to get these manatees to safety - fast.

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-Hello, sir. You'll go to the GUP D with Dashi.

-Cool.

-Ma'am, hi, there.

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-You'll go to the GUP E with Peso.

-All right.

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Sir, Kwazii here will be your driver on the GUP X.

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Aye, climb aboard, matey.

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-Hop on top.

-Smooth ride, man!

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-I think that is all we can fit.

-That is OK, I'll wait here.

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You can get me on the next trip. Don't worry, we'll be right back.

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Come on, mateys, to the Octopod.

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HAWAIIAN MUSIC

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-Shiny!

-Shiny!

-Shiny!

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Urgh!

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Whoa!

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Uh-oh!

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-ALL:

-Shiny thing!

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Looks like there's only one way out of this.

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Oh! Woo-ooh! Urgghh!

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Captain, almost all the manatees are safe inside the Octopod.

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Only one left.

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Good...work...Peso!

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The lightning is now right over the last manatee.

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Oh, dear. Captain, I don't know

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-if we can get her back to the Octopod in time.

-Whoa!

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-I know, it's serious.

-It's not too late to save her, is it?

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Urghh! Yes!

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BOTH: It is?!

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No. I mean, we'll rescue the last manatee.

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Bring the GUP D and the GUP C to the surface and call me

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when you get there.

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Aghhh!

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HE CRASHES

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Urgh!

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Oh!

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ALARM BEEPS

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My air tank is almost empty.

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I won't be able to breathe down here much longer.

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LIGHTNING CRACKS

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Oh no!

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THUNDER RUMBLES

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We're coming for you!

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We manatees don't usually say this, but hurry, man!

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Captain, we've arrived at the surface.

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Good, now flip the GUP D over and open the windscreen.

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This will create an air pocket so the manatee can breathe.

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Then, tow it deep underwater away from the lightning.

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Aye, Captain.

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ALARM BEEPS

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I've got to get my paw out of this clam before I run out of air.

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Agh!

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Urgh!

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Ah-ha!

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URGHH!

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Can you breathe all right in there?

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Oh, yeah. This is far out, man!

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Good, now, let's go.

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LIGHTNING CRACKLES

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Urgh!

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Almost empty. Aah!

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Captain, it worked. The last manatee is safe.

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Hmmm...mmmm.

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Captain?

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Mmmmmm.

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Urghh!

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Aghhh!

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Captain, are you all right?

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Hmmm...mmm.

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HE GASPS

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Uh, I'm fine.

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How are you?

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I'm cool, man.

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-Captain, the storm is passing.

-Thanks, Dashi.

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Now all the manatees can be released.

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Tweak, open the octo-hatch.

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-So long, manatees.

-Bye-bye.

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Come on guys. Let's go breathe some fresh air.

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THEY GASP

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THEY SIGH

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Now that's some nice air.

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Good work today, everyone.

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But, what about you, Captain?

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Yeah, what happened down there?

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Well, let's see, I was struck by lightning,

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eaten by a giant clam, stung by a jellyfish, attacked by barracudas.

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Escaped on the back of a blue whale, smashed into a shipwreck,

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freed myself, ran out of air, and, oh yeah, found you!

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Wow, man!

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Pulling me paw!

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Kwazii, how on earth did you manage to stack all those manatees...

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Animated deep sea adventure series. Captain Barnacles and his intrepid band of explorers roam the oceans in search of adventure and fun. Running out of air, Barnacles struggles to free his paw from the mouth of a giant clam, while simultaneously directing his crew in a delicate manatee rescue operation.


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