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Octonauts, to your stations!
That's a damsel fish.
That one's a blue-headed wrasse.
That one over there is a surgeon fish.
What's that one over there?
That's... Er, well,
from here it sort of looks like...
an old boot?
Ah, that's a weird name for a fish.
No, I mean,
it actually IS an old boot.
It's just some rubbish.
Shiver me whiskers,
there's rubbish and litter everywhere.
Dashi, any idea where it's coming from?
It looks like debris from a storm
and it's moving along pretty fast.
A current is pulling it all into this bay here.
That's not good.
A bay like that must be home to all kinds of creatures.
They could get tangled up in the litter
or try to eat it and get sick.
Then we need to get to that bay before the rubbish does.
Activate manual steering.
Already on it, Captain.
Octonauts, the rubbish will be drifting into that bay soon.
Spread out and begin warning any creatures you see.
Avast, garden eels!
There's a bunch of dangerous rubbish headed this way.
You'd better take cover.
Sounds like a r-eel mess!
Hey, hey! Thanks.
Well, that was easy.
Good work, everyone.
It looks like all the creatures
have either left the bay or found shelter.
Just in time, too. The debris is almost here.
Then I guess we're ready to begin Operation Clean Up.
Wait, did you hear that?
A pod of dolphins!
Look at me, ha-ha!
Not just ANY dolphins.
I said, they're spinner dolphins.
Look how they're leaping out of the water.
Spinner dolphins love to jump and splash around.
We'd better get them out of the bay before the litter gets here.
Can I have your attention, please?
Um, better turn up the volume.
I'm Captain Barnacles of the Octonauts
and we need to warn you about...
Gah! It's no use, Captain.
These spinner dolphins are just too noisy.
All right, everyone.
Let's take it down a notch.
Ah, that's better.
If I could just have your attention...
Sorry, friend. It'll have to wait.
It's time for us to power down.
Are you looking for the way out of the bay?
It shouldn't take long if you just...
No, don't leave. Hello?
It's like they can't hear me.
Fascinating. I've read about this, but I've never actually seen it.
Do you know what's going on, Shellington?
I think so, Captain.
This is how spinner dolphins sleep.
They swim together along the sea floor
like they're on autopilot.
They can sleep and swim at the same time?
It's a bit like sleepwalking,
or in this case, sleepswimming!
Can they see?
Sort of, but they can't really hear while they're in their sleep state.
I guess we should wake them up, then.
Spinner dolphins always go to sleep at certain times of the day.
Waking them up early could frighten and confuse them.
Well, we'd better do something.
The debris is starting to wash into the bay.
Looks like this clean up just got a little more complicated.
Octonauts, circle formation!
Octonauts, we've got to clean up this mess
and keep these sleeping dolphins safe at the same time.
Tweak, clear a path through the rubbish for the dolphins.
You got it, Cap.
Kwazii, Dashi, Shellington and Tunip.
You gather up the rubbish
and bring it to Peso and me on the beach.
Aye, aye, Captain!
Octonauts, let's do this.
Oh, me, oh, my!
TUNIP ANGRILY CHIRRUPS
Keep going, Octonauts.
We've almost got it.
Tweak, how are the dolphins doing?
So far, so good, Cap.
The dolphins are still sleep... Whoa!
If one wasn't tricky enough,
now we have TWO groups of sleeping dolphins to keep safe.
Don't worry, mateys.
I'll clear a path for these dolphins.
And I'll stay with these guys.
Hmm, that's odd.
When I go right,
they go right.
When I go left,
they follow me to the left.
Follow me, guys.
Kwazii is here to lead the way.
In their sleep state,
the dolphins must think that GUP-B is part of the pod.
Keep it up, Kwazii.
Ah-ha, I could keep this up all day, Captain.
As long as these dolphins stay asleep,
I can keep them safe and...
Wh-what's going on?!
Huh? The bay! It's full of litter.
We've got to get out of here!
I think we might have a bit of a situation here.
I don't like this.
Attention, dolphins. If you could just calm down for a moment...
If they keep this up much longer, someone's going to get hurt.
We have to get them out of here.
That's what I've been trying to tell them.
you didn't say anything.
Wait a minute.
You made that exact same jump earlier.
It must mean something.
Not the jump, the splash.
We spinner dolphins make different splashes
that mean different things.
It's like our own special language.
That splash means, "Follow me."
So why aren't the other dolphins following you?
Oh, they're making so much noise that they can't hear my splash.
Hmm. Maybe we can help you make a louder splash.
Leave that to me, Captain.
Huh? Now what's got into them?
You just told them there's a hungry shark nearby.
Do it like this.
Let me try that again.
What did I say this time?
You just told them to swim in circles.
Kwazii, take a look at this.
It looks like she does a leap, spin,
double twist, then splash.
Try to copy her exactly.
Leap, spin, double twist, splash. Got it.
Double, er, twist...
Ha-ha! They heard that.
This way! Woohoo!
Come on, let's splash together.
Yow! This way, dolphins!
I'll help you find your way through the rubbish.
Left, now right.
Watch out for that old net, there.
Just a little further. It looks like one more splash will do it.
Let's make it a big one, matey.
Nice work, Octonauts.
We've cleaned up all the rubbish and all the dolphins are safe.
Thanks for the help, Octonauts,
and sorry our napping caused so many problems.
Should we show them our new splash, Kwazii?
On three, matey.
One, two, three!
Oh-ho, very impressive!
What does that one mean?