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-'Octonauts, to your stations!'
Those baby gators must have just hatched.
Are you sure we're safe?
Alligators can be dangerous, but as long as we keep our distance,
-they won't bother us.
-I don't know.
They look like big, green swamp monsters to me.
Oh, they're not monsters, Kwazii.
Look how tenderly that mother gator cares for her babies.
Shiver me whiskers. She's eating one of them!
No, that's how a mother gator carries her baby.
She's returning it to the nest safe and sound.
Well, I still think they might be swamp monsters.
Come on, it's getting late. Let's head back to the Octopod
-and get some sleep.
Would ya look at this place?
Yargh! Stay back, ya swamp monster!
Shiver me whiskers!
A baby swamp monster.
Uh, I mean, a baby gator.
That's me tail, and I'm rather attached to it, if you don't mind.
Sorry, mister. It looked like a big, fuzzy worm.
What in the seven seas are you doing here, little matey?
I took a nap in the mouth of that big, metal gator thingy.
The next thing I knew, I was here.
What is this place?
This here's the Octopod, and my name's Kwazii.
Pleased to meet you. I'm Nipper.
You sure are!
Ooh, what's in here?
That's me gear.
Oh, oh! And what's this for?
Slow down, Nipper. I'll get Captain Barnacles,
and we're going to take you back to your mum.
Aw, can I stay a little while? Please? Pretty please?
I like it here.
Well, the captain IS still sleeping.
-I guess I can tell him when he wakes up.
Oh, this looks tasty.
You must be hungry. Let's go and get you some breakfast.
We've got kelp cakes, kelp kebabs,
and a big bag of kelp marshmallows.
Nipper? Where'd you go?
Avast, little matey. What do you think you're doing?
Sorry, I didn't mean to scare him. I just wanted a drink of water.
All right, Nipper.
Now I think we better go and wake Captain Barnacles.
Oh, where does this go?
Wait, come back!
Cool! Nothing like going swimming first thing in the morning.
Nipper, hold on!
He can't give this pirate the slip.
All right, matey.
-Enough fun and games, time to...
-Hey, what's this do?
-Nipper, no! Yiaow!
Gotcha! The open ocean's no place for you, Nipper.
I can take care of myself. I'm an alligator.
You're a little alligator, and there be plenty of big ocean
creatures that'd love a tasty gator snack.
Did someone say snack?
Like that one. Yiaow!
Nipper, I'm coming for you!
Kwazii, what's going on?
We've been swept away by an ocean current, matey. Hang on.
I don't like ocean currents. I want to go home.
Phew, you OK?
I think so, but where are we?
I'm not sure, but we better call for help.
Kwazii to Captain Barnacles. Come in, Captain.
-Kwazii, is that you?
-Aye, Captain, and I've got a bit of a problem.
Where are you, Kwazii?
That's just it, I don't exactly know.
-But it's not a good place for Nipper.
-Nipper, who's Nipper?
A baby alligator, of course.
A baby... Oh, never mind.
Just stay put, Kwazii. We'll find you.
-Octonauts to the launch bay.
Octonauts, Kwazii and a baby alligator are lost somewhere out in
-A baby what?
Alligator. His name's Nipper.
-But how did you...?
-It's a long story, matey.
The important thing is that we find them and bring them back.
I don't see them on the map. He must be pretty far away.
Kwazii, do you have any idea where you are?
We're somewhere in a big, rocky reef.
We're not alone. There are a lot of hungry creatures out here,
-and they'd all like a piece of Nipper.
-Hungry predators aren't
the only danger. The ocean is made of salt water, and Nipper is used
-to freshwater swamps without salt.
-I thought alligators could swim in
-Crocodiles can, but alligators can't, and Nipper is
an alligator. They're two different species. Crocodiles can get rid of
the salt water they drink, but alligators can't. If alligators
stay in saltwater too long they get very, very sick.
He's right. I don't feel so good.
Kwazii, get Nipper to the surface.
You must hold him out of the water.
Aye, Captain. Stand by.
Whoa! Double whoa!
Seagull snack, seagull snack.
I saw him first.
Yiaow! Keep back you feathered, flying bill traps.
I want my mama!
The surface is no good either, Captain.
We need to get this little gator to freshwater fast.
How can we get Nipper back to freshwater if we don't even know
-where they are?
-Actually, there might be a way to solve both
problems at once. According to the map,
there are several freshwater springs on the ocean floor nearby.
-Freshwater in the ocean?
-Yes, at these springs,
freshwater bubbles up from the sea floor and rises to the surface.
We don't know where Kwazii is, but we do know where the springs are.
If we mark each spring by putting coloured tracer
dye in the water...
Then Kwazii can see them from a distance.
And then all he has to do is take Nipper to the nearest spring
-and keep him in the fresh water until we can rescue them.
-And the dye won't hurt any creatures living nearby?
These tracer dye tablets are 100% creature safe.
Great idea, professor. Octonauts to the GUPs.
All the tracer dyes are in place.
Just look for the bubbles of coloured water.
It's snack time for swordfish!
Yiaow! Not a moment too soon.
Avast, I see the red one.
That's a freshwater spring.
Head towards it, and we'll pick you up from there.
Oh, it's so far. I don't think I can make it.
Just hang on a bit longer, matey. I'll get us there.
Look out, sharks!
Oh, a wee snack for a big shark.
Nothing's going to stop me.
Shiver me whiskers, we've got a real mob on our tail.
Yeah, a real hungry mob.
If you want this little Nipper, you're going to have to go
-Snack time is over.
Because they're saltwater fish,
and the freshwater spring leaves a bad taste in their mouths.
Here's something a little tastier for your mouths, fish biscuits.
And don't come back, ya scallywags.
-That's telling 'em, Kwazii.
I'm feeling better already.
I think it's time we took you back to your mother.
Thank you so much for bringing my dear little Nipper back.
I was worried sick.
Man, you should've seen it.
There were scary sharks, and eels, and seagulls.
But Kwazii and I, we fought 'em off together.
-We sure showed them.
-That's so cool!
So, still think they're swamp monsters?
Nah, they're all right in my book.