Yr Octonots a Phennaeth y Morf Octonots


Yr Octonots a Phennaeth y Morf

Pan mae rhywun yn cymryd offer meddygol gwerthfawr Pegwn, mae Capten Cwrwgl a Harri yn sleifio i dir peryglus y Morfeirch. The Octonauts and Walrus Chief.


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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 Walrus Chief.

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-Say aahh!

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-Aaaahhhh.

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-Well done.

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-Great. Can you tell me

-how many fins I'm showing?

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-Two? Correct. You're a healthy fish.

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-Next.

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-Oh, no, let me take a look at that.

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-Don't worry. I'm Pegwn.

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-I'm an Octonot and a doctor.

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-I help creatures

-that are ill or sick.

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-I'll bandage that claw

-and you'll feel better.

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-Good as new.

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-The Arctic is cold. I'll head back

-to the Octopod to warm up.

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-Oops.

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-My medic bag.

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-Oh, no. I must find it.

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-A-ha! Oh, just a clam.

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-I know it's down here somewhere.

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-A walrus.

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-It's using its whiskers

-to find clams.

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-It might help me find my bag!

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-Thank you. I've been...

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-What a strange shell.

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-Hey, the chief might like this.

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-Wait, come back, that's not a shell.

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-It's my medic bag.

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-Captain.

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-Captain.

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-What's up, Pegwn?

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-My medic bag has been stolen.

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-By a walrus.

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-Harri, sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to the Octohatch.

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-Octonots, does anyone know

-why a walrus would want a medic bag?

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-Did he think it was a clam?

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-Yes, they love clams.

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-It was full of bandages

-and medicine.

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-I can't heal creatures without it.

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-Don't worry, Pegwn.

-We'll find that walrus.

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-We'll go up to that bundle

-of whiskers...

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-..and force him to give it back.

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-Pegwn, Harri, into the sub.

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-Open the Octohatch.

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-Open the Octohatch.

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-Right away, Cap.

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-Ahoy.

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-One of the hairy thieves,

-straight ahead.

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-We must be approaching

-the walruses' home.

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-That's what I call

-a load of walruses.

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-If your bag is there, we'll find it.

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-Hello there.

-There's been a misunderstanding.

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-Hey, you're not walruses.

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-You're right. We're Octonots.

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-This is our place. Walruses only.

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-Steady on.

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-Take a step back.

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-Watch you don't get wet.

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-Watch you don't get wet.

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-You said you'd make him return it.

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-I wasn't ready for him that time.

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-There must be another way

-to get through to them.

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-Then, splash,

-we all fell into the water.

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-Walruses don't like sharing

-their home.

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-If you're not a walrus,

-you won't get in.

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-If we looked like walruses

-and behaved like walruses...

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-We might stand a chance.

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-And I'd get my medic bag back.

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-Ira, we need your help.

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-Right away, Cap.

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-Octonots,

-the Octo-walrus plan starts now.

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-Let's go.

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-Do you think it'll work?

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-It's worth giving it a go

-if it means getting my bag back.

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-Fair enough.

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-Hello, Cregynnog, this is Cwrwgl.

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-We're going to join

-the walruses now.

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-Excellent.

-You must behave like walruses.

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-Don't let them push you.

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-You're new.

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-Walruses say hello

-by blowing at each other.

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-Blow back or you'll upset them.

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-Is that all you've got?

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-We'll have to blow harder.

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-One, two, three.

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-That's better.

-It's nice to meet you.

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-If you have any clams,

-give them to the chief.

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-He's hungry. We have to share until

-he's well enough to get his own.

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-Thanks for the advice.

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-It's working. We're in their lair.

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-Pegwn's sticker.

-The bag must be nearby.

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-Keep your eyes open.

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-You're standing on my tail.

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-Sorry, but it's difficult

-when they're pushing us.

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-That's natural walrus behaviour.

-They're caressing each other.

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-Don't expect me to do that.

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-That's better.

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-Don't relax too much.

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-Hey, what's this? A new lad.

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-That's the one

-that took my medic bag.

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-Cregynnog, we have

-an annoyed Walrus coming towards us.

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-This is a walrus challenge.

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-He wants to see

-who the biggest and strongest is.

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-If we wants the bag,

-we have to challenge him.

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-We can be bigger and stronger.

-Stand on my shoulders, Captain.

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-More.

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-OK, Pegwn?

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-I'm fine.

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-OK, OK.

-You're bigger than I thought.

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-Where's the medic bag?

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-The medic bag?

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-It's white.

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-I know. That strange clam.

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-I gave it to the chief

-to lift his spirits.

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-Which one is the chief?

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-The largest one

-with the longest tusks.

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-Bring him on.

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-Careful!

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-Harri, get back in position.

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-I can't,

-while you're sitting on my...

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-Strangers.

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-Run.

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-What's happening?

-Have you found the chief?

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-It's not convenient

-to talk right now.

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-Take them to the chief.

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-Take them to the chief.

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-At least we can meet the chief.

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-Chief, chief, chief, chief!

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-Silence!

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-What are you doing in our home?

-Speak!

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-Please,

-we don't want to disturb you.

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-We're looking for Pegwn's bag.

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-That strange clam?

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-That's it. My medic bag.

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-This is your bag?

-I am the walrus chief.

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-It's mine.

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-Rargh!

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-We don't want any trouble

-but it's my colleague's bag.

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-You think you can come into

-my village and tell me what to do?

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-Ooh! Ooh!

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-Oh, no. His fin.

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-Wait. You shouldn't move

-with a fin that's hurt.

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-Rargh!

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-If you don't bandage that up,

-it'll get worse and worse...

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-Rar... Oh!

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-My fin hurts.

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-What happened to it?

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-I twisted it the other day.

-Now, I can't swim.

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-That's why everyone's

-bringing you clams.

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-Can you do something to heal it?

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-A twisted fin.

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-I'll need my medic bag.

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-Here you go.

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-There we go.

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-As good as new.

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-Thanks. I feel better already. I

-don't know what I'd do without you.

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-I don't know what I'd do

-without my medic bag.

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-Remember, look after your fin.

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-OK. Come and visit us

-any time you want.

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-I'm making you honourable walruses.

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-Altogether now...

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-..the walrus greeting.

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Pan mae rhywun yn cymryd offer meddygol gwerthfawr Pegwn, mae Capten Cwrwgl a Harri yn sleifio i dir peryglus y Morfeirch. The Octonauts and Walrus Chief.


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