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Octonauts - to your stations.
Barnacles! Kwazii! Peso!
Octonauts, tonight we have a very special dinner guest. Dashi?
Everyone, I'd like you to meet my little sister Kashi.
Oh. Sorry, I'm on the very last page of a Donna Doxy mystery -
The Case Of The Curios Cuckoo Clock.
Once you start a Donna Doxy book, it's really hard to stop.
-Who's Donna Doxy?
-The detective undaunted by danger!
She's the main character in a series of mystery books.
They were my favourite growing up.
Dashi gave her whole collection to me. All 100 books!
I've read 54 of them - 55 when I finish this one.
I love a good mystery too, me hearty.
Donna Doxy's taught me all kinds of tricks for solving mysteries.
-Like what, matey?
-Well, I can tell a lot about a person
by looking closely. Take you, for instance.
We've only just met, but your eye patch and that tiny piece
of your ear that's missing
tell me you've been in some dangerous situations.
-I'd say you're reckless but brave.
And from the way your tail keeps twitching,
-I'd also say you're not very patient.
Ha-ha. Amazing! You've described Kwazii perfectly.
And one more thing - there's a trace of pudding on your paw.
You must have snuck in a little dessert before your dinner.
HE LAUGHS NERVOUSLY
-Good job, Kashi.
-That was incredible.
Possibly too good.
It's pretty hard to get anything past my little sister, right, Kashi?
Um... Except when she's reading.
Right, are you ready for the best sister-sleepover-readathon ever?
-I'm ready. Which one do you want to read first, Dashi?
The Case Of The Disappearing Camera. It's one of my favourites.
Octonauts - to the launch bay.
-Oh, wow! An actual Octo-alert.
Octonauts, this sea snail needs our help. Her babies are missing.
It was horrible!
Something monstrous tore through our lovely kelp forest home
-and now my babies are gone!
We need to find those baby sea snails, and fast.
Octonauts - to the kelp forest!
Captain Barnacles, can I help too?
-Kashi is very good at working out clues.
I noticed you're always wearing that uniform,
which means you're always ready for the next mission. Me too, sir.
All right, then, Kashi. Everyone, let's do this!
Dashi, what is that?
Just orcas. We see them around a lot here this time of year.
Come on, now, we have to keep up.
There! That's right where my babies were.
Peso, see if you can find any creatures who saw what happened.
Shellington, Dashi and Kashi, you look for clues right here.
Kwazii, we'll search the nearby kelp for baby snails.
This kelp is torn and crushed.
The whole are almost looks like a giant footprint. Let's measure it.
-It's as big as a bus!
-Somebody must have seen what caused this mess.
It's too huge to miss.
So, you say you saw a strange creature in the kelp?
Sure as my shell, I did. Big fellow, bumpy all over.
No way - that thing was smooth, not bumpy.
Erm, thank you...I think.
I didn't see the thing, but I heard it make a creaky noise.
No, it was a bellowing sound.
-I heard it going, "Snort, snort, snort!"
Flappity flippers! Everyone describes the creature differently.
This is going to be a hard mystery to solve.
-Captain, did you find my babies?
-Not yet, but don't worry,
we'll find them. Did anyone see who took the baby sea snails?
We've looking for a creature who's bumpy but also smooth, and it makes
-a creaking, bellowing or snorting sound.
-Those are different.
-That doesn't help much.
-Well, we know for sure the creature is big.
It left a huge print in the kelp.
Much of the forest nearby was crushed down or torn away.
The baby snails could have been carried away
-on a piece of torn kelp.
-But where did the creature take them?
I'd say we're looking for a monster - a kelp monster!
-Whatever it is, we've got to find it. But be careful, everyone.
There's something big and possibly dangerous out there.
No sign of any creature or snails.
Sure is quiet...and shadowy...
with lots of places to hide.
Ohh! The kelp monster!
He's just a ray. They normally live here.
And he's not big enough to be the creature.
Right. I knew that.
Look! Torn kelp. And there's more over here.
Hmmm. Now, this could lead us to...
-Why are you sneaking up on me?
-Why are you hiding in the kelp?
I'm not hiding, I'm floating,
and it was very relaxing until you swam right into me.
How big is he?
-He's not as big as a bus.
-What do you mean bus? I'm a harbour seal.
-Sorry to have bothered you, Mr Harbour Seal.
-That's all right.
You two are strange, but not the strangest thing
I've bumped into tonight.
What else have you bumped into?
Well, like I said, it was strange.
It was big. It nearly knocked me over when it scraped itself
-along the sea floor. Left behind a big hole.
Yeah, you can see it for yourself on the other side of this kelp.
Now that is unusual...and it might be a clue.
Dashi, look - shells.
But not snail shells - barnacle shells.
These belong to creatures called barnacles
that are usually attached to rocks or even other creatures.
And look - they lead in there.
It's definitely a clue.
As Donna Doxy says, "We're hot on the trail!"
The trail just...ends.
Oh! I was so sure we were onto something.
CREATURE BELLOWS Bellow.
-CREATURE CREAKS BOTH:
Huh? Nothing to see here. Just a big clump of kelp.
Is that a whale?
Yes, a grey whale.
You can tell because he has bumps on his back instead of a dorsal fin.
So, he's bumpy, but also smooth! Just like the crab and urchin said.
And he's making all the noises they mentioned, too.
The kelp monster that took the baby snails was you - a grey whale!
Huh? Don't know what you're talking about. I'm just kelp!
Kelp doesn't talk.
Oh, OK, maybe not, but please don't give away my disguise.
I'm hiding from a pod of orca whales. They want to eat me.
Where'd that grey whale go?
Let's look over here.
We won't give you away, promise.
But we'd like to check you for baby snails.
They may have gotten caught up in your kelp disguise.
Oh. Er, go ahead, then.
There they are!
Oh, sorry about that. I didn't know I had any creatures on my head.
Oh, let's get you back to your mum.
Oh, my precious little babies. I was so worried!
-How did you find them?
-By following the clues.
First we discovered a scraped-up part of the sea floor,
then we tracked a trail of barnacle shells to the end,
where we heard a spooky noise.
That's when we found the grey whale accidentally carrying the snails.
Now it all makes sense.
Grey whale snouts are covered with barnacles.
He must have left the trail by scraping his mouth
along the sea floor to eat.
-But where is the whale?
Really? Grey whales usually travel to warmer water this time of year.
There's a pod of orcas after him - and they'd like to eat him.
Only me! This kelp forest is a safe place for me to hide!
I think we can help you.
Our whale-tracker shows that the orcas are gone!
Oh, what a relief.
Before I go, can I ask one last favour?
There's a piece of kelp stuck in my blow hole. Would you mind?
This will make the perfect souvenir for our case.
Ohh! Thank you for all your help.
Now, how about finishing up our Donna Doxy readathon?
I've got a better idea. Instead of reading a mystery, let's write one!
It's about two sisters who team up to solve cases.
The little sister is the brains of the two.