Yr Octonots a'r Haid o Sardîns Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Haid o Sardîns

Rhaid i'r Octonots weithio gyda'i gilydd fel tîm er mwyn helpu sardîn sydd ar goll i ddod o hyd i'w haid. The Octonauts must work together as a team to help a lost sardine find ...


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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 Sardine School.

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-Yaw!

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-Whoa-hoa!

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-Harri, have you collected

-the seaweed samples?

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-Yes, I'm on my way back

-to the octopod...

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-Shiver me timbers!

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-I thought I was a good driver

-but these little fish are excellent.

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-Octonots, are you seeing this?

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-They're sardines.

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-Sardines always travel in groups.

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-How do they stick together?

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-The scales on their skin help them

-feel when other sardines are near.

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-That's how they move together.

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-Yaw! A triple somersault

-with a zigzag pike.

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-I have to try that. Harri, over.

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-I'm going to teach these fish

-some new tricks.

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-Copy that!

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-A double flick-flack

-and backwards loop. Not bad.

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-Beat that.

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-Beat that.

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-Easy!

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-Backward rollover

-with a one and a half inward split.

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-You swim almost as good

-as a sardine.

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-You're not bad yourself,

-for a little fish.

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-I'm Sara Sardine.

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-Harri.

-We can compete again some day.

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-I hope so. I'd better go back

-to the others before they...

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-You've lost your friends.

-I'll help you find them.

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-No, thanks, they won't be far away.

-Cheerio, Harri.

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-Cheerio, Sara.

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-Take care.

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-Mm, lunch is ready.

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-Steady on, you horrible beast.

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-Oh, no. Lunch is cancelled.

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-Thank you.

-It's not as safe without the others.

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-Safety in numbers.

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-True enough. That's why

-we always travel in groups.

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-Then, when a fish tries to eat us...

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-..we swim in every direction

-and confuse it.

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-There's only one of me but I'll

-take you back to the others.

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-Thank you.

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-Shiver me timbers. There they are.

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-I know of a shortcut

-through the old shipwreck.

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-What happened?

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-I'm stuck in this old net.

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-Are you hurt?

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-Are you hurt?

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-No. I just knocked my head.

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-Don't worry.

-I'll get out of here on my own.

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-Yaw! I'm stuck.

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-I can bite through the cord.

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-No, you go ahead

-or you'll miss the others again.

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-No. You didn't leave me behind

-when I needed help.

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-I'm waiting

-until I know you're alright.

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-You're very brave

-and a good friend.

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-I'd better contact the Octopod.

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-What's wrong, Harri?

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-What's wrong, Harri?

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-I've knocked my head...

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-..the sub is stuck

-and a sardine is in trouble.

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-Otherwise, everything's fine.

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-Otherwise, everything's fine.

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-Hello!

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-You need help.

-Dela, sound the Octoalert.

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-OK, Captain.

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-To the diving bay.

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-Octonots, there's a lost-sardine

-and Harri-rescue emergency.

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-Huh?

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-I'll explain on the way.

-Ira, to the yellow sub.

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-Pegwn, to the green sub.

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-OK, Captain.

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-Dela, open the Octohatch.

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-Right away.

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-Harri, your school is here.

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-You could call them that.

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-How's your head?

-Everything in working order?

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-How many fingers can you see?

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-How many fingers can you see?

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-What? You have no fingers!

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-Well done. You don't seem hurt

-but I still want to examine you.

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-That's where I'm needed.

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-Thanks, everyone.

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-I almost forgot.

-Octonots, this is Sara.

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-Sara, Octonots.

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-Hello.

-Sorry for being so much trouble.

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-Not at all.

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-The Octonots are always

-ready to help.

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-Which way was the school travelling?

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-That way,

-but they could be anywhere now.

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-Cwrwgl to Cregynnog.

-We've lost the sardines.

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-How can we track them?

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-We can listen out for them

-breaking wind!

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-Breaking wind?

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-Yes indeed.

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-Sardines, and many other fish

-swallow air to help them float.

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-When they want to dive down,

-they expel the air.

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-Captain, can you record the sound

-on the sub's microphone?

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-Listen and be quiet.

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-BREAKING WIND

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-The sardines might be sleeping.

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-That's an elephant seal sleeping.

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-CLICKING

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-What's that?

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-What's that?

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-A crab clicking its claws.

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-BREAKING WIND

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-That's it.

-Dela, can you locate the sound?

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-One moment. Straight ahead.

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-By the coral reef.

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-Off we go. Cwrwgl out.

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-Sara, we've found your school.

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-That's good news.

-You'd better catch up with them.

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-I don't want to leave you.

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-I'll be fine. I'm with my school.

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-You'd better hurry back to yours.

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-Thank you, for everything.

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-Any time. Take care.

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-Follow me, Sara.

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-BREAKING WIND

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-It's getting louder.

-We must be close.

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-Don't tell me

-that seahorses break wind, too!

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-A lot of fish break wind.

-We must have heard the seahorses.

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-What if the school is so far away

-we'll never find it?

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-That sound is coming

-from above your heads.

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-That might be your school.

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-We must be close.

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-My school. I can feel them

-through the scales on my skin.

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-There they are.

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-Oops.

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-I almost forgot to say thank you.

-Please say thank you to Harri.

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-It's my pleasure.

-We help the creatures of the deep.

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-Cheerio, Sara.

-I'll tell Harri that you're OK.

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-There you go, Harri. You're free.

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-Come in, Harri.

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-We found Sara's school

-and she's fine.

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-I'm glad to hear that.

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-Everything is fine here.

-I'll see you back in the Octopod.

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-Breakfast, lunch and supper ready.

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-He looks hungry.

-I have to help the sardines.

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-Oh, no.

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-Uh, uh, uh...

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-They're swimming in different

-directions to confuse the shark.

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-Oh, no.

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-More sharks.

-These sardines will need help.

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-Calling all subs.

-Sardines in trouble.

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-Yaw!

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-Octonots, I don't know

-how long I can hold them off.

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-You won't need to.

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-Yaw!

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-Copy the sardines.

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-Spin and confuse!

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-Over here.

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-Over here.

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-This way!

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-Catch me if you can.

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-Breakfast, lunch

-and supper cancelled.

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-Hooray!

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-Harri, I'm glad you're OK.

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-I'm glad you're OK, too.

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-We both need our schools to help us.

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-SHE BREAKS WIND

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-Excuse me!

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-THEY ALL LAUGH

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Rhaid i'r Octonots weithio gyda'i gilydd fel tîm er mwyn helpu sardîn sydd ar goll i ddod o hyd i'w haid. The Octonauts must work together as a team to help a lost sardine find her school.


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