Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. The Octonauts attempt to rescue a group of narwhals trapped behind Arctic ice.
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-'Octonauts, to your stations!'
Brr! I can't believe we're back in these chilly waters again.
-It's all in the name of science, Kwazii.
Arctic zone creatures make some fascinating sounds.
And with the Octopod's underwater microphone, we can record them!
-Ooh, what's making that sound?
-Oh, heh, just my tummy.
I ate some of Tunip's kelp cakes with a wee bit too much hot sauce!
Wait! I'm picking up something else. Listen.
MOANING AND GROANING
Sounds like walruses to me.
The computer will match the sound to the animal
and we'll see if you're right, captain.
Ah, walruses! Now let me guess the next one.
SQUELCHING AND BUBBLING
'Tis a strange sound from a strange creature.
And this strange creature could only be the...
They talk by blowing gas bubbles out of their behinds.
Out of their behinds?!
Oh, what's that coming from?
-Sounds like some kind of whale song.
-It is! Bowhead whales.
They only live here in the Arctic.
So their sounds can't be recorded anywhere else.
-Hello! We're the Octonauts.
-Pleased to meet you.
That's an enormous head, even for a whale!
The head of each bowhead whale is as big as a bus.
We're not aiming to brag now, but we bowheads do have
the strongest, toughest heads in the Arctic.
-Tough enough to smash through just about anything.
And we make some pretty big sounds too. Ready, boys?
I'm getting a perfect recording of them.
Bowhead whales sing all the time.
While they're travelling, playing, even eating.
It's how they talk to each other.
It's nice to make new friends out here on the Arctic range,
but now we've got to hit the trail.
It's feeding time. Come on, giddyup, partners!
-Y'all take care now!
-Yaow, what's that?
-It sounds familiar.
-Sounds like a call for help.
Then we haven't got a moment to lose.
Kwazii, Peso, to the launch bay!
It's coming from inside that ice tunnel.
Shiver me whiskers, Captain! Look! There's been an avalanche.
They must be somewhere behind all that ice. Ahoy in there!
-Narwhals, are you all right?
-Help us, please!
-We are trapped in here, we can't get out!
-I know that voice.
-Da! Barnacles? Is this you?
-Yes, old friend. What happened?
Me and my two friends, we dove down very very deep.
Everything was good, yes?
Until the pack ice move and trapped us in here.
The ice, it is too thick for a narwhal to punch through!
-And we are almost out of air.
-Then we need to get you out of there now.
Octonauts to the HQ!
Octonauts, three narwhals are trapped under the ice
and they're running out of air.
Jumping jellyfish! Narwhals are whales, and whales breathe air.
They can only stay underwater for a while,
then they need to come up to breathe again.
We'll get them out of the ice, but first, let's get them some air.
We'll run a breathing tube down there now!
Octonauts, let's do this!
I've found a small opening for the breathing tube.
-Here you go.
-We're pushing in a breathing tube, Boris.
-It won't be long now.
-Da, please hurry, old friend!
We are feeling very weak!
Arrgh! It's caught on something. Ugghh! Urrrgh!
-Yes! That did it.
-Oh! There it is!
HE BREATHES DEEPLY
Ah, thank you! Much better.
Now that you've got air to breathe, it's time to break through the ice.
Dashi? Let's try the GUP-C's icebreaker.
-Not even a crack.
-Let's bring in the drill.
Tweak, we'll need the GUP-D.
All right, cap.
I'll have 'em out faster than you can say bunch of munchy crunch carrots!
Narwhals, back away as far as you can.
Oh! The drill's stuck. That ice is just too thick.
I'd better pull out! As soon as everything stops spinning...
Easy does it...
-Oh, no! The breathing tube!
Oh, it is no use!
We are back where we started, and we will soon need air again!
We're not giving up on you, Boris. Octonauts, we tried the GUPs.
We need something stronger to break through this ice,
and we need it NOW!
We could melt the ice with a blowtorch?
-Good idea, but it would take too long.
-How about blasting it with a sonic slicer?
-The ice is too thick.
I have an old pirate cannon under me bed.
-But I'm out of cannonballs.
That's it! The bowhead whales!
Tough enough to smash through anything!
Good thinking, Tunip.
Now all we have to do is find our new bowhead whale friends.
Let's call them to the Octopod by playing their songs.
Try it louder, Dashi. We don't have much time.
We need your help.
Narwhals are trapped in the ice and we can't break them free.
We bowheads are the greatest icebreakers in the seven seas,
-ain't that right, boys?
You ready to take a ride, partner?
-Captain, help is on the way.
-Thanks, Dashi. How much longer?
Aaagh! Boris, narwhals, everyone! Get back!
Yeah! Ha ha ha!
THEY GASP AND BREATHE
Now that's what I call a ride!
Captain Barnacles, my dear old friend.
Thanks to you and your Octonaut crew for saving us.
-And you too, our mighty bowhead whale friends.
-Oh, shucks, Boris.
Weren't nothing. Always glad to help a fellow whale in need.
Yes, thank you, bowheads.
It's amazing what you can do when you put your heads together!
Hee hee hee! Especially when you've got heads THIS big!
Ain't that right, boys? Happy trails, partners!
-Yip, yip, yip!
-Thanks for the ride!
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Animated deep sea adventure series. Captain Barnacles and his intrepid band of explorers roam the oceans in search of adventure and fun. When the Octonauts are unable to rescue a group of narwhals trapped behind Arctic ice, they recruit a bowhead whale to help them break through!