Yr Octonots a Chantroed y Môr Octonots


Yr Octonots a Chantroed y Môr

Pan mae Cregynnog yn mynd ar goll mewn ogof dywyll o dan y môr, mae'n cael cymorth annisgwyl gan Gantroed y Môr a'i deulu, sydd i gyd yn ddall. The Octonauts and the Remipedes.


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-Octonots, to your stations.

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-Cwrwgl.

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-Harri.

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-Pegwn.

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-Explore.

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-Rescue.

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-Rescue.

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-Protect!

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-The Octonots and the Sea Centipede.

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-Remind me, Cregynnog,

-what are you searching for?

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-Centipedes.

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-They're rather strange

-and there are hundreds of them here.

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-Before you go, let me show you

-once again how to drive this sub.

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-I'll be fine.

-I've seen it being driven.

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-But you haven't driven it yourself.

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-I know how to start the engine.

-Press this.

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-No, not yet.

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-Close the window first.

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-OK, start the engine now.

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-Well done.

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-Be careful. Take your time.

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-Don't worry. I know what to do.

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-Oops.

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-Remember, be careful.

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-Very careful.

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-Oops.

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-Wahey!

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-Ira, we'd better keep an eye on him

-in case he gets into trouble.

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-I agree, Cap.

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-I'll keep an eye on the monitor.

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-No problems so far.

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-Now then, the sea centipede.

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-It swims on its back.

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-It has many legs and long feelers.

-They live in dark underwater caves.

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-Dark caves. Where will I find...?

-Whoa!

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-Whoa!

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-Whoa! Oops.

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-Whoa! Oops.

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-Would you believe it!

-A dark underwater cave.

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-I have to investigate.

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-Cap, Cregynnog has crashed.

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-Sound the Octoalert.

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-To the Octohatch.

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-Octonots, Cregynnog's

-had an accident in his sub.

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-If something's happened, I'm ready.

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-This sub is ready.

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-Pegwn, Harri, off we go.

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Right away. Good luck.

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-Incredible.

-Stalactites and stalagmites.

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-Whoa! You're not a sea centipede.

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-You're a worm.

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-I'll carry on looking.

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-There's Cregynnog's sub.

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-What's left of it.

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-Where's Cregynnog?

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-An underwater cave.

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-Do you think he's in there?

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-Do you think he's in there?

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-We'll soon find out.

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-This cave is never-ending.

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-What was that?

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-Eh? I must be seeing things.

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-Now then. Which way?

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-It sounds as if

-there's something down there.

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-Cregynnog's magnifying glass.

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-Cregynnog's magnifying glass.

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-Oh, no, we have to find him.

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-Caves are dangerous, like mazes.

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-Easy to get in to,

-not so easy to get out of.

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-We'll need to take a rope in

-to find our way back.

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-OK, Captain. How about this one?

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-Good idea.

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-Octonots, let's go.

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-Yaw!

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-What was that? Hello?

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-Anyone there? Don't be shy.

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-My name is Cregynnog.

-I'm an Octonot.

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-Hello? Hello?

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-Huh!

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-What are you doing here?

-This isn't your cave.

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-I'm a scientist, looking for things.

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-You're a sea centipede.

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-Well, yes. And these, too.

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-Wow!

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-Friends,

-let's give him the smell test.

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-Form a circle.

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-One, two, three, smell.

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-THEY MUMBLE

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-You're not from around here.

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-Oh, no, which way now?

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-Captain, let's solve this

-in the pirate way.

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-One and two and three and four,

-which way should we go?

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-Where did Cregynnog go?

-One and two and three and four.

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-That way then.

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-This place is like a maze. I'm glad

-we have a rope to guide us out.

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-Especially since we're so far in.

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-Where's Cregynnog?

-We should have found him.

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-That doesn't sound good.

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-The rope.

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-Were you following me

-the whole time?

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-Yes. We don't get many visitors

-in the cave.

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-Are you going to tell us

-what you're doing here?

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-I'm here to see what I can see.

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-Now that you've reached this far...

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-..how will you get back out?

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-Well... Oh.

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-I haven't thought of that.

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-Maybe you could help me.

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-What makes you think I can help?

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-You're a sea centipede. You spend

-your life finding ways out of caves.

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-You're not wrong.

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-You're great at smelling, too.

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-Correct again.

-You know a lot about us, don't you?

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-Wait.

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-I can smell something else.

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-I can smell more visitors.

-Three of them.

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-We have to find Cregynnog

-before these lamps go out.

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-How will we get back out?

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-We'll have to remember

-which way we came in. This way.

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-What's that?

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-Octonots!

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-Octonots!

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-Cregynnog!

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

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-Very much so.

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-I found these centipedes.

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-Hello!

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-Hello. So, you're lost, too,

-just like your friend.

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-Yes. We're always turning

-in the wrong direction.

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-We'll never find a way out now.

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-Why not?

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-It's so dark.

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-It doesn't make a difference to me.

-I'm blind.

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-Blind?

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-How do you find your way around?

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-Like every other centipede.

-We use other senses.

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-Smell, touch, hearing.

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-Of course.

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-If the centipedes lead...

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-If the centipedes lead...

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-We can follow their voices.

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-And we'll find the way out.

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-You're not wrong!

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-Octonots, follow the centipedes.

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-Follow us.

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-This way.

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-Over there.

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-Thank you.

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-No problems.

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-Visit the cave whenever you like.

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-OK, off we go.

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-OK, Captain.

-I'll follow you in the...

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-What happened to Sub-4?

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-I think you might have collided

-with a few things on your way here.

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-I'd better drive home.

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-I'm sure I'll be better this time,

-Captain.

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-There are some dangerous turns.

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-I wonder if Harri would let me

-drive Sub-2? I'm better now.

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Pan mae Cregynnog yn mynd ar goll mewn ogof dywyll o dan y môr, mae'n cael cymorth annisgwyl gan Gantroed y Môr a'i deulu, sydd i gyd yn ddall. The Octonauts and the Remipedes.


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