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-'Octonauts, to your stations!'
Here we are - the lava tubes.
Great. Let's get started.
I don't see any lava.
That's because it's all underground. The hot lava flows under the sea bed.
When it dries it makes caves like these.
They are called lava tubes.
Inside, it can get very hot.
That's what we're going to find out. Shellington?
We'll use these special thermometers to see how hot they are,
but going inside a lava tube can be dangerous
so we'll check from the outside - like this.
This one's very, very hot.
I've used a thermometer lots of times to take sick creatures' temperatures.
This shouldn't be too hard.
Just be careful everyone and watch out for loose boulders
and steam vents.
Yar! Yarr! Yargh!
PESO PANTS AND GASPS
Wah! Ah! Oh...
Oh! Oh, this would be a lot easier if I were bigger and faster.
Hey, buddy, you all right?
Who said that?
I did, down here.
The name's Frank. What's yours?
Peso, we heard you shout. Is everything all right?
I, um, I'm fine, but I found a rock and its name is Frank.
(I think the heat might be getting to him, Captain.)
Hiya, fellas! I'm Frank!
What do you see?
Frank isn't a rock, he's a water bear!
How you doing?
Water bears are tiny creatures that live all over the world.
Oceans, forests, snowy mountains - we live everywhere.
My uncle Gary even went into outer space.
But you're so small.
We may be small, but we're tough.
You got to be tough to live around here with all the lava tubes
and big rocks and steam...
STEAM VENT HISSES
The lava tube!
Time to sound the Octo-alert.
Octonauts, to the HQ.
Octonauts, a teeny, tiny water bear has fallen into a hot lava tube
and we've got to get him out.
Captain, exploring lava tubes is extremely dangerous.
You never know when one might suddenly erupt.
Then we'll need some way to look inside
and see what we're dealing with.
-Already on it, Captain.
This Rover Cam will show us the inside of the lava tube.
I just hope Frank is all right in there.
Dashi, over there.
It's Frank's rock.
Can you pick it up, Dashi?
The heat must be damaging the Rover Cam,
but I almost have it.
Oh! Lost it!
It's too hot in there.
Then we'll just have to go in and find Frank ourselves.
You can't just swim into a lava tube, it's as hot as an oven in there.
That's why I brought these -
heat-proof diving suits.
These will protect you from the heat
and the Octo-goggles will help you see Frank.
If we follow the Rover Cam's cable, it should lead us to Frank's rock.
RUMBLING, THEY GASP
That doesn't sound good.
Captain, there's a lot of unusual lava movement
beneath the cave. It could erupt at any moment.
You'd better find Frank quickly.
Oh! Uh-oh! Head down.
Oh! I thought the whole cave was going to collapse.
I can't see.
Look - the Rover Cam! It's right here in front of us.
Oh, yeah. Ha-ha!
These Octo-goggles really do make things look bigger.
Look! There's Frank's rock.
Oh, he's not there.
Peso, buddy, over here.
Frank! Are you all right?
We're here to...
Hey, it's pretty great down here, ain't it?
I met a lot of nice folks - there's Jo...
-How you doing?
And that's Old Pops.
You mean...water bears can actually live down here?
We sure can!
But don't you little mateys get hot?
I told you we was tough! A little heat don't bother us.
DASHI: 'Captain, the lava tube is about to erupt.'
We're on our way out, Dashi.
You water bears should come with us.
No, we're good. We don't mind the heat.
Yeah, we like it hot.
-The hotter the better.
-No, we're happy where we are.
But the whole cave is about to fill up with lava.
No problem. We'll be just fine.
Hold on. Did you say lava?
RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!
THEY PANIC AND GROAN
-Our little legs don't go so fast.
Don't mind if I do.
-Now, that's service!
-Travelling in style!
Oh, nice day out!
Is it just me or is it getting hotter in here?
Lava! We have to hurry!
HE PANTS This would be a lot easier...
if I were...bigger and faster.
Come on, Peso! My uncle Gary always says,
"It doesn't matter how big or fast you are,
"you just got to be tough.
How can you be sleepy at a time like this?
When water bears get really hot,
we got to sleep until it's safe to wake up.
-See what I mean?
Just a little bit further.
Whoa! Everybody OK?
I think so.
-Yeah, we're good. Are you OK?
-OLD POPS: Wake me when it cools down.
Good, now, let's move.
Wait - where's Frank?
-He was just here.
-Frank, where are you?
He must have fallen off.
-He's not here.
-But that means, he's somewhere back there.
On the other side of those rocks!
We can't leave him behind!
Don't worry, Peso, we'll find a way to get through that rock pile.
But we'll have to hurry.
Allow me, Captain. Yar!
I can see the other side.
Oh! One of you will have to swim through.
That tunnel's too small for me.
But it's just the right size for ME!
It's all up to you, Peso.
I'm coming for you, Frank!
HE GRUNTS AND STRAINS
Frank! Where are you?
He could be anywhere!
Frank! Is that you? SNORING CONTINUES
Oh, thank goodness!
-Are we going for a ride?
Got you, matey!
Octonauts, keep going.
-We made it!
-That was a close one.
Hey! We're outside.
What did I miss?
Everybody made it out of the lava tubes safe and sound.
You said it and it's all thanks to Peso.
Way to go!
I knew you had it in you, buddy.
I may not be the biggest or the fastest,
-but I'm still tough.
-He sure is!
-You're even tougher than my Uncle Gary!
-You're the toughest penguin I ever saw.
That's our buddy!
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