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Yr Octonots a'r Copyn Granc

Mae Harri'n cael tipyn o fraw wrth weld rhywbeth sy'n debyg i bry cop tanddwr, enfawr! Mae'n sylweddoli mai Copyn Granc hynod o hen yw'r creadur. The Octonauts and the Giant Spi...


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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 Spider Crab.

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-Look, Octonots.

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-Beautiful, isn't it?

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-Yes. The type of place

-we like, Captain.

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-The good news is,

-this area is yet to be explored.

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-Out there, it's all waiting for us.

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-Harri will be the first

-to explore this area tonight.

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-It's late to go exploring tonight.

-We'll wait until morning.

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-A pirate never waits when

-new adventures lie ahead at night.

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-Aren't you scared at all

-of being out there?

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-Scared? I'm not scared of anything.

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-Not even sharks?

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-Not even sharks?

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-Hah! That doesn't bother me.

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-Poisonous sea eels?

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-Not scary at all.

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-Not scary at all.

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-Vampire squid?

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-Vampire squid? They're scared of me.

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-Snakes? Bats? Scorpions?

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-They don't scare me.

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-Spiders?

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-Spiders?

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-Spi...!

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-Spiders?

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-Luckily,

-there are no spiders in the sea.

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-There aren't any, are there?

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-There aren't any, are there?

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-Spiders only live on land.

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-OK. As I was saying,

-this pirate is scared of nothing.

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-OK, but be careful.

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-Yaa-hee! Off I go, into the sea.

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-Hmm.

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-Vampire squid and sharks!

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-I'm not scared of... Huh?

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-THUD

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-That was strange. Who's there?

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-What's this? If it's a sea plant,

-it's very strange.

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-Here's another one.

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-Hold on.

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-These aren't plants.

-They're more like legs.

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-One, two, three, four...

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-..five, six, seven, eight.

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-Eight legs, just like a spi...

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-Spider!

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-Yahoo!

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-You'll never believe what I saw.

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-It was leggy, it crept,

-it was this big.

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-No, it was huge.

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-What was it?

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-What was it?

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-A huge spider.

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-It made a strange sound.

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-Thud, thud, thud.

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-Captain, you said

-there were no spiders in the sea.

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-You'd better see this.

-There's something big out there.

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-It has eight legs.

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-Sound the Octoalert.

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-To the diving bay.

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-Octonots, Harri's found a rather

-strange creature in the sea.

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-We have to find out what it is.

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-I'll get the sub ready, Cap.

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-I'll get the sub ready, Cap.

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-And I'll stay in the Octopod.

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-I can fix something.

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-With my equipment.

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-Harri, that's mine.

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-You have to come with us. You know

-what this creature looks like.

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-What was it like?

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-The largest spider I've ever seen.

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-Spider? In the sea.

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-I know. It doesn't sound likely, but

-whatever Harri saw, we'll find it.

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-Pegwn, Cregynnog, into the sub.

-Harri, are you coming?

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-Yes, Captain. I'm coming.

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-OK.

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Right away.

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-Can you see anything?

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-Can you see anything?

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-Not yet.

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-It is dark out there.

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-You're not wrong.

-Let's head back to the Octopod...

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-Whoa!

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-Something's disturbed them.

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-Something's disturbed them.

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-THUD

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-What was that?

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-That's the sound I heard

-when I saw the spider.

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-I think.

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-Microphone active, Pegwn.

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-Let's listen out to see if we can

-discover the source of the sound.

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-THUD

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-It's coming from over there.

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-THUD

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-Getting closer.

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-Closer.

-Whatever it is, it should be here.

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-That's the spider.

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-Hello there.

-We don't want to hurt you.

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-We're the Octonots.

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-I hate spiders!

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-Who are you?

-Why have you grabbed the sub?

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-I'm sorry.

-I only wanted to say hello.

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-I wanted to tell you what I was.

-I'm a spider...

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-A spider! I knew it!

-Swim for your lives.

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-..crab.

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-..crab.

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-Huh? What are you?

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-A spider crab.

-A large spider crab to be precise.

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-Of course. A large spider crab.

-I should have known.

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-You're not a horrible spider?

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-No! I just look like one, that's all.

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-I'm really a crab.

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-The largest crab in the sea.

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-I have loads of legs.

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-Incredible.

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-Incredible.

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-I have eight legs and two claws.

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-Claws for thumbs?

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-Claws for thumbs?

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-They help me move and find food.

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-Aw!

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-What's wrong, Mr Spider Crab?

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-There's something stuck

-to one of my legs.

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-Oh, no.

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-It's a clam.

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-It's very heavy.

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-And noisy.

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-That's what made

-the thud-thud sound.

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-It looks painful.

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-We're coming out to help you.

-Aren't we, Harri?

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-Yes, Captain.

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-It's stuck fast.

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-I've seen this before. If you

-stand on a clam, it closes up.

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-It's almost impossible to open.

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-This could take some time.

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-Why do these things happen

-when I'm in a hurry?

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-What's the hurry?

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-What's the hurry?

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-I'm off to a birthday party.

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-Whose party?

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-Whose party?

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-Mine!

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-My family have organized

-a party for me.

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-I'm 100 years old today.

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-100 years old?

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-100 years old?

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-Shiver me timbers.

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-Oh, yes. Us spider crabs

-live to a ripe old age.

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-Old enough to meet

-many of our grandchildren.

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-I hope to see mine today.

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-I give you my word as an Octonot.

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-I give you my word as an Octonot.

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-We'll get you free.

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-According to my medic book, clams

-open a close using this muscle.

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-Let's tickle it.

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-Good idea.

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-Coochie-coo!

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-That's it.

-You tickle the clam, Pegwn.

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-Harri and Cregynnog,

-try and prise the shell open.

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-I'll lift the crab's leg out.

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-Tickle, pull and lift.

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-Let's do this.

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-OK.

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-Tickle.

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-Tickle.

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-Coochie-coo!

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-Pull.

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-Lift.

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-Well done. It's working.

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-Let's do it again.

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-Tickle.

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-Tickle.

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-Coochie-coo!

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-Pull.

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-Lift!

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-At last, I'm free.

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-Hooray!

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-Good work.

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-How can I thank you?

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-Listen, would you like to come

-to my birthday party?

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-The Octonots never refuse

-a party invite.

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-Shiver me timbers. I've never seen

-as many children and grandchildren.

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-Taid, you're here.

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-Oh, yes, thanks to my new friends,

-the Octonots.

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-I made it in time.

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-Happy birthday, Taid.

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-Ha ha ha!

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-I know now how the clam felt!

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-Harri's not scared of spiders

-any more.

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-Not scared of spider crabs!

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-THEY ALL LAUGH

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Mae Harri'n cael tipyn o fraw wrth weld rhywbeth sy'n debyg i bry cop tanddwr, enfawr! Mae'n sylweddoli mai Copyn Granc hynod o hen yw'r creadur. The Octonauts and the Giant Spider Crab.