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-'Octonauts, to your stations!'
So, Captain, a little vegimal told me that this
new GUP that Tweak's building is called the GUP-H.
-That's right, Kwazii.
-And what exactly does the GUP-H do?
-Ah, it's a surprise.
-You'll find out soon.
-Agh. But I reckon I can guess it first.
Maybe the H is a clue. The GUP-H is made for...hopping!
No, that's not it. How's it going, Tweak?
Right on schedule, Captain,
we're almost ready to show everybody what this GUP can do.
Very good, we'll be in the Octopod if you need us.
Just one more guess, sir. The GUP-H is for...hiccupping.
-All of our GUPs are for helping, Kwazii.
Uh-oh. Captain, I'm picking up a reading on the wavetracker.
Looks like a tidal bore is heading from
the ocean into the Amazon River.
A tidal bore is a huge wave that moves up the river.
The extra water in the river makes it rise really high.
Creatures can get hurt or even thrown out of the water
-onto the shore.
-Then let's head to the river to help.
Kwazii, Peso, Shellington - to the GUP-A.
Dashi, we've reached the river. Where's the tidal bore now?
According to the wavetracker,
the tidal bore hit the river about an hour ago.
-You've just missed it.
-Thanks, Dashi. We're heading in.
Octonauts, keep your eyes peeled
-for creatures who need our help.
-It's awfully quiet.
-Hmm, that's strange.
No creatures down here? We'd better check the surface.
Where is everybody?
KWAZII AND PESO: Did you hear that?
-It's coming from the shore.
Aye, maties, there's a group of tiny frogs in the trees,
and one of them is...waving to us?!
-Ahoy there, little matey.
-Oh, don't touch, don't touch!
-Don't worry, I'm not going to hurt you.
-No, but he could hurt you.
-Oh, come on. This little guy? Hurt me?
I'm a poison dart frog.
I don't bite or sting, but my skin is covered in poison.
So if you touch me, you're in trouble, big trouble.
That's why poison dart frogs have such brightly coloured skin.
It's like a "do not touch" sign.
But I'm pleased to meet you just the same. Name's Robert-Robert.
Pleased to meet you too. I'm Captain Barnacles,
and this is Kwazii, Shellington and Peso.
We're looking for anyone who needs help after the tidal bore.
We've got a big, big problem. Fish in the trees.
The tidal bore must have thrown all the fish up into the trees.
That's not good for the fish, they need water to breathe.
-They do have SOME water.
-But not enough to last long.
There now, back in the river where you belong.
But there are lots more stuck up high, really high in the trees,
and that means trouble, big trouble, for us poison dart frogs!
-FROGS: It's a disaster!
Our eggs are about to hatch, and when they do...
You need the puddles of water up in the trees for the tadpoles!
But why do they need puddles of water?
When they hatch, they're not frogs yet, they're called tadpoles.
-They look like fish and swim in water.
-Right, exactly right.
Each puddle makes a perfect little home for our tadpoles
so they can swim around and stay safe.
But now, all of the puddles up in the trees are full of fish!
We need to get the fish out of the trees
and make room for the tadpoles - and fast.
-Octonauts - to the HQ!
Octonauts, the tidal bore has swept fish high into the trees.
Our mission is to get them out of the trees and back into the water.
I'm ready to climb the highest tree, Captain.
Trees in the Amazon are very tall, Kwazii,
it could take a long time to climb from the bottom to the top.
Hmm, we need a faster way. Tweak, what do you think?
The GUP-H is ready, Cap.
Then meet us here at the rescue site as fast as you can.
Time to launch the GUP-H, Tunip.
I sure hope this works.
Yes! Now we'll get to the others faster than you can say...
Don't worry, Tunip, this'll steady her out.
-Whoops! Wrong button, sorry.
This is my first time flying this thing.
-There, that's better.
Tweak to Captain Barnacles,
we have liftoff and are on our way.
Very good, Tweak. In the meantime,
let's rescue fish stuck in the lower branches of the trees.
Robert-Robert, will you and the other frogs
help us find all the stranded fish?
Will do, will do, when we find the fish we'll point
and signal with a...
That's how we croak. Herbert-Herbert,
will you keep watch on the eggs and signal us
when they start to hatch?
-Will do, will do.
-Thanks. Poison dart frogs, let's hop to it.
All right, Octonauts, let's hop to it too.
Oh, steady, ugh...
Found a fish, found a fish.
Oh, a piranha. All right, into the bucket, and no biting.
-Here's another, here's another!
I'll take you back to the river, little fishy.
CROAK Up here, up here!
This way, this way!
I see one, I see one!
-Me too, me too!
Tadpoles! The tadpoles are hatching, the tadpoles are hatching!
-I'm excited, so excited.
Time to start putting the tadpoles in puddles.
-Is it just me or is it starting to get windy?
-That's not wind.
Yeow! It's a giant flying bug!
-It's the GUP-H.
-I based the design on a dragonfly.
And the H is for helicopter!
You're just in time, Tweak. Octonauts, let's do this!
Ho-ho, that tickles!
Robert-Robert, are all the little ones safe and accounted for?
Yes, they are, yes, they are, every tadpole has its own puddle
- except for one. Mine!
Isn't she cute? I named her Roberta-Roberta.
Time to find one last puddle.
-Help! Robert-Robert needs help!
Tweak, Tunip, do you read me?
Loud and clear, Cap.
Robert-Robert is up in the tree tops, and he needs help.
I see him, Captain, and the little tadpole on his back.
Tweak, take us over to that tree.
Kwazii, remember, he's a poison dart frog, so don't touch.
Oh, oh, oh...
Don't worry, little matey, I've got you!
Ah, oh, ah... AGH!
-Oh, thank you, thank you.
Thank you, thank you.
POISON DART FROGS: Thank you, thank you! Thank you, thank you!
Good work, Octonauts, time to head home.
Hey, Kwazii, guess what else the H in GUP-H stands for?