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Yr Octonots a'r Cranc a'r Drae

Mae Capten Cwrwgl a Harri yn ymchwilio i helynt ar greigiau cyfagos: mae cranc a draenog môr, sy'n byw ar gragen y cranc, yn methu'n lân â chyd-dynnu. The Octonauts and the Crab...


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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,

-the Crab and the Sea Urchin.

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-CLANKING

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-Yaw!

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-What's wrong now?

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-CLANKING

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-Sorry, Harri,

-I'm going to answer the door.

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-Who's there at this time of night?

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-I'll tell you when I answer it.

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-Let me answer it.

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-Let me answer it.

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-I can handle it.

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-CLANKING

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-Last to the door is a smelly eel.

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-Last to the door is a smelly eel.

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-OK.

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-Let me.

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-CLANKING

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-Down here, my friends.

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-Hello. What's bothering you?

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-There's a creature on the reef,

-half crab, half sea urchin.

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-It's very noisy.

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-Us snails haven't slept.

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-It's driving us mad. We need someone

-to ask them to be quiet.

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-OK. I'll take care of this, Harri.

-Go back to bed.

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-Very kind, Captain,

-but you can go back to bed.

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-Pirates have better things to do.

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-Pirates have better things to do.

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-I'm sure you could do this...

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-..but I'm not sure you should.

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-OK, but if I could do this,

-I'd succeed in doing it.

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-So I should do it.

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-Oh, OK. We'll both go.

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-Oh, OK. We'll both go.

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-OK.

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-No need to wake everyone. Sound

-the Octoalert in the Octohatch.

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-Ira, to the Octohatch.

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-Ira, this little snail needs us.

-We have to visit the reef.

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-Right away, Cap.

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-Right away, Cap.

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-I'll drive.

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-Me, too.

-We'll see you on the reef.

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-I'll be there first.

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-Oh, no. Open the Octohatch.

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-Whoo-hoo!

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-Whoo-hoo!

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-Eh?

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-How did you beat me?

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-Instead of just going quickly, I

-found a short-cut. Show me the way.

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-Over by the rocks.

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-I don't see your point.

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-I always defend you.

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-I find the food,

-you don't do a thing.

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-I do enough. I defend you.

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-The snail was right.

-Half a crab, half a sea urchin.

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-I'll ask Cregynnog if he's seen

-anything like this before.

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-Morning!

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-Sorry to wake you.

-We need your help.

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-Look at this.

-What do you think it is?

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-Well, Captain, it's two creatures.

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-A crab and a sea urchin

-stuck to its shell.

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-Why are they stuck together?

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-They call it symbiosis.

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-Symbi-what?

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-Symbiosis.

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-Two creatures that need each other

-for different reasons.

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-The sea urchin

-relies on the crab to find food.

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-The crab relies on the urchin

-to defend it.

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-Thank you, Cregynnog.

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-I put food on the table.

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-And I eat it!

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-I'll ask them to be quiet. Easy.

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-Excuse me,

-Mr Crab and Mr Sea Urchin.

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-We're lost.

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-We're lost.

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-I know where we are.

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-You said left.

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-You said left.

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-I said right.

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-No.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Mr Crab, Mr Sea Urchin?

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-There's a problem.

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-There's a problem.

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-You're the problem.

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-I'm not. You are.

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-I'm not. You are.

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-See what I mean?

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-I carry you and feed you

-all day, every day.

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-I defend you all day, every day.

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-Keep quiet.

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-Wargh!

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-Wargh!

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-Argh!

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-Now then, where was I? Oh, yes.

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-I defend you

-from dangerous creatures like that.

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-What's your point?

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-I have loads of points -

-I'm a sea urchin.

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-Steady on. You're so noisy,

-the sea snails can't sleep.

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-No.

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-Sorry. See, you're too noisy.

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-You're too noisy.

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-You're too noisy.

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-I'm not.

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-Captain,

-these two would be better apart.

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-They're two separate creatures

-but they need one another.

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-Symbiosis.

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-They need a rest from one another.

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-A rest from one another?

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-Why didn't I think of that?

-I'll be fine without you.

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-No, I'll be fine without you.

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-Wehey! I'm free.

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-No, I'm free.

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-Can you hear that? Silence.

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-Time to sleep, snails.

-Thank you for your help.

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-Enjoy your sleep.

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-Are you two OK on your own?

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-I could do with a lift to the other

-side of the reef. New beginnings.

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-Captain, I'll take him.

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-Ooh-ah-ooh-ah!

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-Good luck.

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-I don't need a thing.

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-I'll be fine on my own.

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-Oy, you, that's my rock.

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-Oh, yeah?

-Tell it to my spiky friend then.

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-Uh-oh.

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-Argh!

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-That's better.

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-Are you sure you're OK?

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-Yes, I'm fine.

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-Well, no.

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-When I had that sea urchin,

-I'd scare everyone.

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-I was safe.

-I don't scare anyone now.

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-I'll teach you

-how to defend yourself.

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-Really?

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-This rock will be your new home.

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-There won't be enough food for me.

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-OK. How about that rock?

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-You're pulling my leg.

-Too small and not enough food.

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-Keep going.

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-OK, keep going.

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-Make yourself look large and strong.

-Grrr! Now you try it.

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-Rargh! Oh...

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-Oh, dear. Almost.

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-When I was with the crab,

-he always shared his food.

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-Do you have food for me?

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-Uh, no.

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-Incredible. No food!

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-What are you going to do about it?

-You said you'd help me.

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-What's your plan?

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-I don't have a plan.

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-But I know someone

-who could come up with a plan.

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-Let's find Captain Cwrwgl.

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-Aw-ooh-aw!

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-Now then,

-raise your claws and say grrr!

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-Rrrrr...

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-It's no good.

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-It's about attitude and confidence.

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-Harri could teach you about them.

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-He's not scared of anything.

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-Let's go and see him.

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-You're back, you're back with me!

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-I missed you, really I did.

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-You're happy together?

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-Yes!

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-I didn't realize

-how much I needed you.

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-I needed you, too.

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-Thanks for your help. Cheerio!

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-Grrr!

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-Argh!

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-Argh!

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-Wargh! Run!

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-Those two are better together

-than apart.

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-Symbiosis.

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-Race back to the Octopod?

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-Race back to the Octopod?

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-Come on then.

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Mae Capten Cwrwgl a Harri yn ymchwilio i helynt ar greigiau cyfagos: mae cranc a draenog môr, sy'n byw ar gragen y cranc, yn methu'n lân â chyd-dynnu. The Octonauts and the Crab & Urchin.


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