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Yr Octonots a'r Dolffiniaid

Pan fydd yr Octonots i gyd yn ymuno i geisio helpu rîff gwrel sâl, maen nhw'n cael cymorth annisgwyl gan haid o ddolffiniaid chwareus. The Octonauts and the Dolphin Reef Rescue.


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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 Dolphin Reef Rescue.

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-I wonder how my biggest patient

-is feeling today?

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-We'll see if he's as big

-as you say he is.

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-Here we go. The coral reef.

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-Where's your patient?

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-Where's your patient?

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-Captain, there's nothing big here.

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-It's here, Harri.

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-My patient is the coral reef.

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-What?

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-What?

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-Of course.

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-A coral reef is made of coral.

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-The coral is alive.

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-It needs to be examined,

-like all creatures.

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-True enough. The coral is home

-to many other creatures.

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-If something happened to the coral,

-they'd have nowhere to live.

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-That really is a big patient.

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-This isn't good.

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-What's wrong, Pegwn?

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-What's wrong, Pegwn?

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-The coral's turning white.

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-That means it's sick.

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-Here's another white patch.

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-Pegwn, take a look at this.

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-Oh, no, all the reef is sick.

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-If something happened to it, these

-creatures would need a new home.

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-There's only one thing we can do.

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-Search for some healthy coral

-on the seabed.

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-OK, Pegwn.

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-Can I borrow your water drill?

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-Can I borrow your water drill?

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-What for?

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-An emergency coral transplant.

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-If I make a small incision

-in the coral...

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-Here we go. A piece of coral.

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-..I can place some healthy coral

-in the hole and there we go!

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-A coral transplant. The healthy

-coral will help heal the coral.

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-Look.

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-Great. We've rescued

-the coral reef just in time.

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-I don't think so.

-Look at all the white patches.

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-I'm going to have to do many

-transplants to heal this reef.

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-And we'll help you.

-I'll sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to the HQ.

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-Octonots, the coral reef is ill.

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-Our mission is to help Pegwn make

-as many transplants as he needs.

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-The coral reef is huge.

-How will we do it?

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-Dela, you, Harri and Gwyddno...

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-..will search for healthy coral

-on the seabed.

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-Cregynnog and Wythennyn

-will choose the healthiest.

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-Ira and I will make holes

-in the reef.

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-Pegwn will insert

-the healthy coral in the holes.

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-OK.

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-Octonots, let's do this.

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-If we work together,

-the reef will be healthy in no time.

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-DOLPHINS LAUGH

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-A-ha. Another piece of coral.

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-It's just a sponge.

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-Yaw!

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-A sea urchin.

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-I'm sorry. It's harder to find

-the coral than I... Yaw!

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-What was that?

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-THEY LAUGH

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-Pop!

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-Someone's playing tricks on me.

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-Yaw! Shiver me timbers.

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-You should see your face!

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-Dolphins? What are you up to,

-playing tricks on me?

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-We're just playing.

-What are you doing?

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-Do you want to play?

-We're blowing bubbles.

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-Yah! I'm too busy to play.

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-Be like that.

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-There's a pirate

-trying to work here.

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-Thank you, Dela.

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-Look at this one.

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-This looks healthy.

-I'll put it with the red ones.

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-Dear me. Whoa!

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-Come on.

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-Oh, dear.

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-There you go.

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-Thanks, Ira.

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-Easy does it, easy does it.

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-What are you doing?

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-Good catch. Let's play catch.

-It's our favourite game.

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-Catch.

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-Catch.

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-Careful.

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-We have work to do.

-Some other time, maybe.

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-Doesn't anyone want to play?

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-Come on.

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-We've been working for hours

-and there's so much left to do.

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-At this rate,

-it could take days to complete.

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-The dolphins

-don't make things easier.

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-Yaw!

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-Cwrwgl to Cregynnog.

-The dolphins are a pest.

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-Why are they behaving like this?

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-It's normal behaviour for a dolphin.

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-They're very curious.

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-Oh, what's this?

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-They like playing.

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-They make up new games.

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-Hey, everyone, look at this.

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-I have a sponge on my nose.

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-Sponge nose, sponge nose.

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-Sponge nose, sponge nose.

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-There we go.

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-This is too much.

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-Excuse me, dolphins.

-We have some important work to do.

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-Please can you...

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-You can't catch me.

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-Enough is enough.

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-I only want to... Steady on.

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-See how long you can stay on.

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-Watch out!

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-Shark ahead.

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-Well done.

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-Thank you. Are you OK?

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-Yes. Thanks for the warning.

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-What can we play now?

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-Playtime is over. We're trying

-to rescue the coral reef.

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-I'd better go back.

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-What's wrong with the reef?

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-It's sick

-and we're trying to make it better.

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-We're looking for healthy coral.

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-That's what you're doing.

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-Looking for coral

-to replace the sick coral.

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-Hey, that sounds like a game.

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-Can I play... help?

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-Well, we do need help.

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-What could you do?

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-Find the coral

-and put it in the hole. Hey!

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-I have a piece!

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-That sponge on your nose is a great

-way of finding coral in the sand.

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-And another.

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-Can you show the others what to do?

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-Of course. Get on my back.

-I'll take you back to the reef.

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-Let's go.

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-Ready?

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-Ready?

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-Ready.

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-Ready.

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-Ready.

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-We can do this in next to no time.

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-Find the coral

-and put it in the hole.

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-Find the coral

-and put it in the hole.

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-I can find five pieces

-before you can find one.

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-Let's go, shipmate.

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-Another healthy one.

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-That's the last one.

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-There you go.

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-There you go.

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-Thank you.

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-There we go. Finished.

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-The reef looks healthier already.

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-Hooray!

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-Great work, everyone. We couldn't

-have done it without you.

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-There's one more thing.

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-What?

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-What?

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-You're on it.

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-THEY ALL LAUGH

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Pan fydd yr Octonots i gyd yn ymuno i geisio helpu rîff gwrel sâl, maen nhw'n cael cymorth annisgwyl gan haid o ddolffiniaid chwareus. The Octonauts and the Dolphin Reef Rescue.