Yr Octonots a'r Morfeirch Cari Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Morfeirch Cari

Yn dilyn storm ffyrnig, mae'r Octonots yn gorfod dod o hyd i gariad morfarch sydd ar goll - ac sydd ar fin geni morfeirch bach! The Octonauts and the Seahorse Tale.


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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 Seahorse Tale.

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-These night journeys are difficult.

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-We've been working so late,

-it's almost morning.

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-But everything's OK in the sea.

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-It'll be nice to have

-some sleep in the octopod.

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-GROWL

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-What's up?

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-Nothing.

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-GROWL

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-So why are you growling?

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-Huh? Oh, that's not me,

-that's my belly.

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-I'm hungry.

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-To be honest,

-my belly feels quite empty, too.

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-How about you? Are you hungry?

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-There's a monkey?

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-No monkey, Pegwn!

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-We're all tired and hungry.

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-There's a seagrass meadow

-over there.

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-Let's tuck in to some breakfast.

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-Yes.

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-I'm so glad Gwyddno packed

-all this food.

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-Me, too. I'm starving.

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-Seaweed cakes are my favourite.

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-With liquorice? I hate liquorice!

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-I can never get this to work.

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-Oops! Sorry.

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-Seaweed with strawberry jam.

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-That's tasty.

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-Can I have some of that, too?

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-Look, seahorses.

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-What on earth...?

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-Look at those two. They're dancing

-as if there was no tomorrow.

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-I've never seen anything like it.

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-Let's take a closer look.

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-Excuse me, seahorses.

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-I can't help but notice

-your incredible dance.

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-Thanks, my friend.

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-That's what we're like.

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-We have a special mating dance.

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-We change colour

-to show how much we love each other.

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-I'm Sion, she's Sian.

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-We're the Octonots.

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-I'm Captain Cwrwgl and these two are

-Harri and Pegwn. Nice to meet you.

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-Isn't it wonderful? I fell in love

-with her the first time I saw her.

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-Oh, Sion. You're so sweet.

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-They're very happy.

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-Captain,

-they seem to be very busy dancing.

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-Let's return to the Octopod.

-Cheerio, Sion and Sian.

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-Cheerio, my friend.

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-How much further, Captain?

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-Not far, but the water

-is beginning to get rough.

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-Octopod calling the sub.

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-Here, Dela. Is everything alright?

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-There's a huge storm on the way.

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-You'd better hurry up.

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-Thank you, Dela. We're on

-our way back now. Cwrwgl over.

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-Look at all the fish.

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-They're all going to hide.

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-When there's a storm, they know

-they have to find deeper waters.

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-We'll do the same.

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-Phew. There's no place

-like the Octopod.

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-The storm could last a while.

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-It's substantial.

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-Huh?

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-Huh?

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-Oh!

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-Look - Sian.

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-She's in trouble.

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-Pegwn, sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to your positions.

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-Octonots, our friend, seahorse Sian,

-is missing. We have to rescue her.

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-The sub is ready to go.

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-Pegwn, Harri, hop aboard.

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-Yaw!

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Right away.

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-Hold on tight.

-This'll be a bumpy ride.

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-Yaw! Definitely a bumpy ride,

-my hearties.

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-Fiddle and faddle. You're

-enjoying this aren't you, Harri?

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-There's nothing like a storm at sea

-to excite a true pirate.

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-Don't forget to look out for Sian.

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-I can't see her anywhere.

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-There she is,

-holding on by her tail.

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-We're as close as we can be.

-Harri, you go...

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-Harri!

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-Harri!

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-Yaw!

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-I'm coming.

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-Got her.

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-Got her.

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-Phew! I'll get the tank ready.

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-Good idea, Pegwn.

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-Thanks for rescuing me.

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-Thanks for rescuing me.

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-How did you end up here?

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-I was swept away by the water.

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-Seahorses are poor swimmers.

-We go where the water takes us.

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-You can rest with us

-until the storm dies down.

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-What about Sion?

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-The water swept him away, too.

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-He's about to have our babies.

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-We'd better find...

-What did you say?

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-Sion's about to have our babies.

-I hope he's OK.

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-But fathers don't have babies.

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-Mothers have babies. Right?

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-Not in our world.

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-The male carries the young

-in small pockets until they're born.

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-Well, I've learnt

-something new today.

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-Sian, you have my word as

-an Octonot, we'll find Sion safely.

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-Cwrwgl calling Cregynnog and Dela.

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-Here, Captain.

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-We'll have to see which way

-the storm is going and follow it.

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-A seahorse is missing.

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-A seahorse is missing.

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-OK, sir, we'll do that.

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-The storm is passing the reef and

-heading for the underwater rocks.

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-We'll send you a map right away.

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-Good work.

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-Check the reef.

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-Can you see him?

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-Not yet.

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-Search the rocks.

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-Watch out!

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-What if we don't find him?

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-Don't worry. We will.

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-We'll search the seaweed forest.

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-We don't want the sub

-to get stuck in the seaweed.

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-We'll go out to search.

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-Sion?

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-Sion?

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-Are you here?

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-Sion?

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-At least the storm has died down.

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-Where is Sion?

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-We'll never find him.

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-Look.

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-A seahorse.

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-Excuse me, are you Sian?

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-Who, me? No, I'm Harri.

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-I'm not a seahorse...

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-I'm Sian.

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-Thank goodness you're here.

-Sion's about to give birth.

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-You're just in time.

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-Where is he?

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-Take us to him.

-I'm a doctor, I can help.

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-Over there, by the seaweed.

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-Come on, Sion.

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-Congratulations, Sian. A boy!

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-And a girl!

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-Wow.

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-Wow.

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-And another girl. And a boy.

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-Boy. Girl. Boy. Girl.

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-Hey, Sian.

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-Hey, Sian.

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-Sion! I'm so glad you're OK.

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-You're safe!

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-Here are the children.

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-Here are the children.

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-Dada! Mama!

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-They're beautiful.

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-We're so grateful to you.

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-It was nothing.

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-We were just doing our jobs.

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-They're so sweet.

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-What are their names?

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-What are their names?

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-Cwri, short for Cwrwgl.

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-The good-looking one is Harri.

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-That's Pegwn.

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-That's Pegwn.

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-And his sister, Arianrhod.

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-They're all beautiful.

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Yn dilyn storm ffyrnig, mae'r Octonots yn gorfod dod o hyd i gariad morfarch sydd ar goll - ac sydd ar fin geni morfeirch bach! The Octonauts and the Seahorse Tale.


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