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Yr Octonots a'r Crancod Meddal

Pan fydd Capten Cwrwgl a mwyafrif y criw yn methu dychwelyd i'r Octofad, mae'n rhaid i Pegwn ac Ira dynnu Cranc Meddal o'i gragen. The Octonauts and the Hermit Crabs.


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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 Soft Crabs.

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-I think he said go.

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-Pull!

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-Captain Cwrwgl calling the Octopod.

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-Octopod here. What do you need?

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-Ira, Pegwn, our trip to the beach

-is in a little...

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-Trouble.

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-What kind of trouble?

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-The stuck kind of trouble.

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-I don't think we can get home...

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-..in time for supper.

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-..in time for supper.

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-Phew!

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-Captain, Harri, where are you?

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-Stuck in a pool of water.

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-We were so busy, the tide

-went out and stranded us here.

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-We'll have to do the best we can.

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-We'll have to do the best we can.

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-Yaw!

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-Did anyone bring a ball?

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-All kinds of creatures

-are left behind in rock pools.

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-Look at this lovely shell.

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-We'll have to wait here for an hour

-until the tide comes back in.

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-Pegwn, you're the boss

-until we return.

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-Me? OK, Captain.

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-Keep an eye on things

-until we return to the Octopod.

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-I'll try and keep

-everything under control.

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-You'll be fine. Over and out.

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-Sorry, we'll play later.

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-Right now,

-I have to go to the headquarters.

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-It looks nice and calm out there.

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-Well done. Check the radar, Ira.

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-I don't see anything unusual

-on the radar.

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-Mm-hm. Well done.

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-We'll listen for unusual sounds

-outside the Octopod.

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-No unusual sounds.

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-Excellent.

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-GRUNTING

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-That's not good.

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-It sounds like a creature

-that needs help.

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-I have to do something, Ira.

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-I have to...

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-Sound the Octoalert?

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-Sound the Octoalert?

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-Huh!

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-Octonots, to the Octohatch.

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-Octonots, I must find

-whatever's making that sound.

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-Take the camera in the sub.

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-To let us see

-what you can see out there.

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-Don't forget -

-we're here, ready to help you.

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-Um... Pegwn?

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-Oh, right. OK.

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-Open the Octohatch. Please?

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-Right away, Pegwn.

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-Well, Professor, Pegwn might be

-nervous but he's doing well.

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-Yes.

-Pegwn's never too scared to help.

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-When something's in trouble,

-nothing stops him.

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-Phew.

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-It must be close by.

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-GRUNTING

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-I can hear it

-but I can't see anything.

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-Pegwn, use the camera

-to help your search.

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-OK.

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-GRUNTING

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-Fiddle and faddle. What's that?

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-That's a soft crab.

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-It's not dangerous

-but it looks rather unhappy.

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-OK. Time to find out what's wrong.

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-Hello.

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-My name is Pegwn.

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-I'm an Octonot and a doctor.

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-What's your name?

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-I want to get out.

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-I want to get out.

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-OK, Mr I Want To Get Out.

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-This won't hurt.

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-This won't hurt.

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-That's not my name!

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-I want you to get me out

-of this shell.

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-I'm... stuck.

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-There's no point.

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-Listen, I might be able

-to pull you out.

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-I'm sorry.

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-I said there was no point.

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-We'll get you out

-of that shell somehow.

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-I know someone who can help.

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-What do you think?

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-I'll open the shell

-with my Octoslicer.

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-He'll be free in no time.

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-What are you going to do now?

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-We'll remove your shell.

-We'll open it and then...

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-Please, don't.

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-Please, don't.

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-Oh, hello.

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-Don't? Why?

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-I'm almost too big for my shell.

-I need another.

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-That shell's perfect. Perfect.

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-It might be too small for him

-but it's perfect for me.

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-He's not the only soft crab here.

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-The sooner the better.

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-If you break that shell in half,

-it'll be no good.

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-I'll never find another like it.

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-Why do you need to change your shell

-all the time?

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-Soft crabs

-can't grow their own shells.

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-We borrow the shells

-of other creatures.

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-We move into one shell...

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-We move into one shell...

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-Grow...

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-..and move into another.

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-What are we going to do?

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-Could we cut the shell away

-and stick it back together?

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-Uh-huh. Too dangerous.

-We need a new plan.

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-We have a soft crab which needs

-to come out of its shell...

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-..and another

-that wants to move in.

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-We have to remove the crab safely.

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-There's only one thing to do -

-a crabectomy.

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-Captain, I've never done

-a crabectomy...

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-..even when I was a student.

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-..even when I was a student.

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-Watch out for its claws.

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-I'll tell you what you need to know.

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-I had to do an emergency crabectomy

-back in the day.

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-OK.

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-OK.

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-We won't damage the shell.

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-OK, Captain.

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-Step one, grip the shell.

-Step two, attach the pipe.

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-Step three...

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-..prepare a landing area.

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-Ready, Ira?

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-I hope this works.

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-Me, too.

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-We're ready to perform

-the crabectomy.

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-OK, Pegwn. It should take

-five blasts to blow it out.

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-Use all your strength.

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-Wings in place, Captain.

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-OK, I'll count.

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-Five...

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-..four...

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-..three...

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-..two...

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-..one.

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-Mm-hm.

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-Hooray!

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-Yay!

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-We did it.

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-Well done, Octonots,

-especially Pegwn.

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-Your first crabectomy.

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-Thanks, Captain.

-How are things in the pool?

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-The tide's on its way in.

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-Octonots, we're going home.

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-Yaw!

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-Where did it go?

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-It's perfect.

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-Thanks for the new shell. Cheerio!

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-He has my old shell now.

-What about me?

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-No shell, no protection. Nothing.

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-I'm cold! What am I going to do?

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-Hm.

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-Sub-1.

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-They're back.

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-Pegwn.

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-Ta-da!

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-Home.

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-Home.

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-How about this one?

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-A cosy home.

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-It should last a while.

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-The next time you want to move

-house, you know where we are.

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Pan fydd Capten Cwrwgl a mwyafrif y criw yn methu dychwelyd i'r Octofad, mae'n rhaid i Pegwn ac Ira dynnu Cranc Meddal o'i gragen. The Octonauts and the Hermit Crabs.


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