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Octonauts, to your stations!
SEA SPONGE GROANS
Is there a doctor in the house?
Oh, no, what happened to you?
The reef, I got knocked off of the reef.
Don't worry, my name's Peso and I help any creature who's hurt or sick.
May I examine you?
So polite, I like this one.
That does sound strange!
We'll need to take an X-ray to see what's going on in there.
There's a tiny shrimp inside you.
And there's a sea star and a snail.
There are all kinds of tiny creatures inside you.
Of course there are, I'm a sea sponge.
But I feel like there's something inside me
that doesn't belong.
Shellington, we need you in the sick bay right away!
Oh, this is wonderful!
I've never seen a finer example of commensalism!
It means, all the little creatures inside the sponge
get a safe place to live, even though
the sponge doesn't get anything from them.
It's not for nothing they call us sponges the hotels of the sea!
And it doesn't bother you?
Not at all, I've never had any problems...
Yes, and if the sponge isn't happy, we aren't happy!
Where are we, anyway?
Yeah, nobody bothered to ask us before they yanked us
off our reef and stuck us in this pan.
What's with all the poking and prodding
and light shining in my eyes!?
This used to be a nice place to live!
Come on, everybody, let's get out of here.
Uh-oh! They're running out of room.
We need to find places to put all these creatures...fast!
Oh, oh, oh...
Sorry...erm, excuse me...
Finally, a room with a view!
That's the last one, Peso.
Do you feel any better now that everybody's out?
-No, there's still something in there.
-What could it be?
I don't know...
but there's only one way to find out.
We've got to take a closer look inside.
Tunip, spongerscope, please.
All right, this shouldn't hurt but you may feel a little...
Having a look in...no.
See anything yet, Peso?
Shellington, what is that creature?
It looks like a louse,
a whale louse.
What are you looking at?
A louse, no wonder I'm feeling so lousy!
That thing doesn't belong inside of me.
You're telling me!
He doesn't look like he's feeling very well, either.
Of course he isn't!
Whale lice can only survive on whales.
Not inside sponges.
Excuse me, Mr Louse,
but we need to get you out of this sponge right away!
Oh, no! No way!
I'm a whale louse, I ain't leaving until somebody finds me
a whale to live on.
Captain, the sponge won't feel better until the louse is out of her
and the louse won't feel better until he's back on a whale.
Then, there's only one thing to do.
Peso, sound the Octo-alert!
Octonauts, to the HQ!
Octonauts, we have to find a whale for a sick whale louse!
And we need to find it fast!
Both the sponge and the louse are feeling worse and worse.
THEY GROAN AND WHIMPER
Oh, there'll be plenty of whales swimming these waters.
We'll find the nearest one
and give the little castaway a home to call his own.
It's not that simple, Kwazii.
Different kinds of whale lice live on different kinds of whale.
We have to work out which whale species this louse came from.
I'm running a scan now.
There, looks like this louse came from a Sperm Whale.
There's no time to lose.
Octonauts, let's do this!
Don't worry, we'll have this louse out of you in no time.
Just as soon as we find him a sperm whale.
There's something big coming up.
Avast! It's a whale!
Oh, but it's a blue whale, not a sperm whale.
Hmmm, keep looking, everyone.
-No, that's a humpback whale.
I knew that.
I'm starting to feel a little faint.
Oh, you're feeling faint, how do you think I feel?
They're getting worse.
We're coming up on another whale now.
I can't tell what kind it is, Captain.
It's a...it's a...sperm whale!
Excellent! Peso, you'd better suit up...uh-oh!
Hey, you stay away from my baby!
Oh, the whale's mother.
Sperm whales will do anything to protect their young.
Hang on, everyone!
The mother whale's not giving up!
Peso, Kwazii, I'll keep her distracted.
You get the louse on her.
How are we going to do that?
All right, get ready, matey.
OK, Mr Louse, this is it!
Oh, oh...I don't know if I can make it.
Oh, for goodness' sake!
But this is where you belong, on a sperm whale!
I'm just too weak!
Hurry, Peso, I don't know how long I can keep her distracted!
I've run into some complications, Captain.
I'm going to have to perform an emergency lousectomy!
But I'll need my medical bag.
Ha-ha, just tell me what you need, matey!
I need tweezers.
Now, I can't see inside you, so let me know when I'm getting close.
A little...a little to the left.
Oooh, too far left.
Now, to the right.
You've almost got him.
Hey, hey, I'm home!
How do you feel?
Oh, now that I'm back on a whale, I feel great!
And what about you?
I feel great!
Captain, the louse is on the whale.
I repeat, the louse is on the whale.
Both he and sponge are doing fine.
-Great work, Peso.
-This is fascinating!
Another example of commensalism.
The louse gets a home and the whale doesn't mind at all.
But she does mind us being this close to her baby.
We need to get out of here.
Ya, whoa! Gotcha!
And stay away!
Ahhh, it's good to be back!
Easy now...come on, no shoving...one at a time, please.
Hello, there, come on in now.
Oh, good to see you again.
Ah, home sweet home! Ha-ha!
Look at these broken rocks.
The whale must have brushed against the reef here.
Aye, the louse must have fallen off when the whale knocked
the sponge loose.
Well, now they're both back where they belong, healthy and happy and...
Excuse me, got room for a few more in there?
Of course, as long as you're not a whale louse, I don't mind at all!
Come on, fellas, in we go!
It's a wiggly one! Ha-ha-ha!