Yr Octonots a'r Dolffin Bach Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Dolffin Bach

Pan fydd dolffin ifanc yn dilyn Harri adref, mae'n rhaid i Harri ei warchod tra bo'r Octonots eraill yn chwilio am ei fam! The Octonauts and the Baby Dolphin.


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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 Baby Dolphin.

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-There's nothing better than a fresh

-carrot straight from the garden.

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-Yaw!

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-Yaw!

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-I'll grab this one for you.

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-This vine is great for

-flying through the air. Try it.

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-No, thanks, Harri.

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-I'm happy picking carrots.

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-That's boring. There must be

-something more exciting to do.

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-Captain, I'd like to take the sub

-out for a spin.

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-Because... because... I have to...

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-Let me guess.

-To practise your driving skills?

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-Yes, that's it.

-To practise my driving skills.

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-Yaw!

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-Whoo!

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-Dolphins?

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-They're fast. Even the little ones.

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-But not faster than me.

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-Waw!

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-Yippee.

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-Cheerio, dolphins.

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-Yaw!

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-It's great taking the sub out

-for a little excitement.

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-You've brought a friend with you.

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-You've brought a friend with you.

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-A friend?

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-Huh? A baby dolphin?

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-He must have followed you.

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-It's a little baby. Poor dab.

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-It wants its mother.

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-We'll find her.

-Ira, sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to the diving bay.

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-Our mission is to return

-this baby dolphin to its mother.

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-How did it lose its mother?

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-I passed a school of dolphins

-in the sub.

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-It followed me

-instead of its mother.

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-It got caught up in your slipstream.

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-It got caught up in your slipstream.

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-What's a slipstream?

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-The mother dolphins swim so fast...

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-..they create a path

-called a slipstream.

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-It pulls the dolphin along

-so that it stays with its mother.

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-This dolphin got caught

-in the sub's slipstream.

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-Sorry, my old shipmate!

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-I must have come

-between you and your mother.

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-WHISTLING

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-Why is it whistling like that?

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-Every dolphin has a different voice

-to recognise each other.

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-Mother dolphins know their offspring

-from their whistle.

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-We can use the dolphin's whistle

-to find its mother.

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-Ira, we need a tape recorder.

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-Right away, Cap.

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-We'll record its voice

-and play it while we're searching.

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-Its mother will recognise

-its special sound.

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-Ready? Ready? Whistle.

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-Come here, don't be scared.

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-It likes you. You try it.

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-Give us a whistle.

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-WHISTLING

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-Perfect. We have it on tape.

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-Cregynnog, Dela, into the sub.

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-Pegwn, join me in Sub-1.

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-We'll go and search

-for the dolphin's mother.

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-Harri, look after the dolphin.

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-OK, Cap...

-What? Look after the dolphin?

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-You're the best man for the job.

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-You're the best man for the job.

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-Me, a babysitter?

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-Yes, the baby dolphin likes you.

-Keep an eye on it.

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-Captain, I'm...

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-Captain, I'm...

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-Open the Octohatch.

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-We'll split up to allow us

-to search further.

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-OK, Captain.

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-Don't worry.

-They'll find your mother.

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-We'll just wait here.

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-Waiting's not very exciting.

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-Waiting's not very exciting.

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-Uh-oh.

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-Eh?

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-Come on, we're going out to play.

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-Yes, this is a good place.

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-Off you go then.

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-Go and play.

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-Don't go too far.

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-Where did you go?

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-You got me again. A shell?

-Do you want to play fetch?

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-Yaw!

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-You're a fast dolphin. Another go.

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-Yaw!

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-What's wrong?

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-Careful! Those lobsters can pinch.

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-Go and pinch someone else.

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-OK.

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-There you go.

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-OK, OK. Let's have a race

-to the other side of the rocks.

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-On your marks, get set, go.

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-Ah, dolphins.

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-Excuse me.

-Do you recognise this voice?

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-WHISTLING

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-No, it doesn't sound familiar.

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-We saw some dolphins over there

-earlier. Maybe they know.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

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-I hope we find them.

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-WHISTLING

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-Never heard that sound before.

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-But I saw a dolphin looking

-for her baby a few minutes ago.

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-On the other side of that reef.

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-Thank you.

-Dela calling Captain Cwrwgl.

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-Some good news about its mother.

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-Some good news about its mother.

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-She's at the other end of the reef.

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-Great work. Let's go.

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-Yaw! Well done.

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-Try this.

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-Yaw!

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-Hey, where did it go?

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-Where is it?

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-Come back to Harri. Where are you?

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-Look, over there.

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-Excuse me.

-Is this the sound of your baby?

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-WHISTLING

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-Yes indeed.

-I've been looking everywhere.

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-Do you know where it is?

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-Come with us. Follow our slipstream.

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-Thank goodness.

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-Cwrwgl to Harri. We've found

-the baby dolphin's mother.

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-We're on our way.

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-Great. Me and the baby

-will be waiting for you to return.

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-Cwrwgl over.

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-Where on earth did that dolphin go?

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-Dinner's ready!

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-Yaw!

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-Oh, no, dinner's cancelled.

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-It's gone. You're safe.

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-You can't wander off on your own.

-Stay with me, my old shipmate.

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-CHIRPING

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-Your mother!

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-Oh, my little sweetheart.

-I'm so glad to see you.

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-Thank you for keeping my baby safe.

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-Just doing my job as an Octonot,

-and babysitter!

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-Come on, it's time to go.

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-Off you go.

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-For me?

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-Thank you.

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-Cheerio and thank you.

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-Great work, Octonots,

-especially you, Harri.

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-Thanks, Captain.

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-This can go in

-with the other treasures.

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-I'll remember you forever.

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Pan fydd dolffin ifanc yn dilyn Harri adref, mae'n rhaid i Harri ei warchod tra bo'r Octonots eraill yn chwilio am ei fam! The Octonauts and the Baby Dolphin.


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