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Yr Octonots a'r Morfil Cefngrw

Mae'r Octonots yn helpu Morfil Cefngrwm Albino sydd wedi llosgi yn yr haul. The Octonauts help out an Albino Humpback Whale with nasty sunburn.


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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 Albino Humpback Whale.

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-RUMBLE

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-RUMBLE

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-Hah!

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-Vegimals?

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-Whoa-oh-ah-ah!

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-Yaw!

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-Captain? There's a...

-Outside... I saw...

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-What's all this commotion?

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-There's something out there.

-Something large.

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-Very large. I saw it. It's huge.

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-It's white and it made

-a 'ooooh' noise.

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-Captain, look at this.

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-I took a photo of...

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-..whatever's out there.

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-That's what I saw.

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-That's what I saw.

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-What is it?

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-It's as big as a whale

-but whales are darker.

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-Yes, my hearties.

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-This is no ordinary whale.

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-It's a ghost whale.

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-A ghost whale?

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-Yes. A sly creature,

-as cold and pale as the moon.

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-It rises from the depths at night...

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-..to play tricks on the ships

-that sail by.

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-Whoa-oah-oah!

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-Whatever it is, it sounds sad.

-Is it hurt?

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-Does it need our help? We're going

-to search for this "ghost".

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-Harri, sound the Octoalert.

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-Yaw!

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-Octonots, to the Octohatch.

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-Octonots,

-we're going to find the whale.

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-Ira?

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-If there's something there, these

-will help you see in the dark.

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-One look through these goggles...

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-..and you'll see the heat

-rising from its body.

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-These goggles are great.

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-Ready, Pegwn?

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-Ready, Pegwn?

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-Mm...

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-Off we go. Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Right away.

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-It must be here somewhere.

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-Whoah-ah-oah!

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-Whoah-ah-oah!

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-This way.

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-Pink Bart from Boncath.

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-There's some heat

-rising from the seabed.

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-Whatever we're looking for,

-it should be here.

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-Let's take a look.

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-Octonots, let's search.

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-There's something odd

-about the seabed.

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-Captain, look at this.

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-It's white underneath.

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-Let me see.

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-This isn't the seabed. Whoa!

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-Whoah-ah-oah!

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-The ghost whale.

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-I knew it was a trick. Come here...

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-Steady on, Harri. We still

-don't know what we have here.

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-It's coming back.

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-Whoah-ah-oah!

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-What?

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-Have you never seen a whale

-with sunburn?

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-This might be another ghost trick.

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-This might be another ghost trick.

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-Or it might not be a ghost.

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-Ghost? Who are you calling a ghost?

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-I'm a humpback whale.

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-Well, a white one as it happens.

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-You're pink, not white.

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-I burnt my back in the sunshine.

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-It's not very nice

-when you're walking across it.

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-Ouch! That must hurt.

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-Yes, well, it's my fault.

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-I stayed too long on the water's

-surface and I burnt my back.

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-Stay underwater,

-away from the sun's rays.

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-I can't hold my breath for ever.

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-I need fresh air every 15 minutes.

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-The sun will soon rise. We have

-to try and treat that sunburn.

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-I know what we need, Captain.

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-A bottle of whale strength

-super-soft underwater suntan lotion.

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-There we go.

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-Ha-ha!

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-Pegwn...

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-Pegwn...

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-Phew. Yes, Captain?

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-We need more suntan lotion.

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-Much more.

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-That was my last bottle.

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-That was my last bottle.

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-Let me see. What's in it?

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-Water, seaweed, slime

-and mushroom coral.

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-Mushroom coral. That's it.

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-What's he going on about?

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-Once, when I was a pirate, I ended

-up on an island no one had heard of.

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-The only thing that prevents me

-getting sunburn was mushroom coral.

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-Suntan lotion, what a potion.

-Nice and slimy!

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-That sounds disgusting.

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-Sounds perfect.

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-Sounds perfect.

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-Off we go!

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-There's no time to find the coral

-and bring it back before sunrise.

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-The whale will have to come

-with us.

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-Oh, no, I can't swim that far.

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-This sunburn is killing me.

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-If the coral can't reach the whale,

-the whale must go to the coral.

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-How can we carry a whale?

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-Calling Ira.

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-We need more help here.

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-Right away. Which sub do you want?

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-All of them.

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-Octonots, we must get the whale

-to the coral before sunrise.

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-Hold on, old friend.

-We're almost there.

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-We should find some coral

-in the shallow water.

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-Incredible.

-An albino humpback whale.

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-Albino?

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-Sometimes, whales are born

-completely white.

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-They're called albino.

-It's a very rare occurrence.

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-Listen, I can't stay underwater

-for ever. I need air.

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-Captain, the whale wants to breathe.

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-OK. Harri, can you hear me?

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-Yes, Captain.

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-Watch your flipper.

-Ira, are you there?

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-Here, Cap.

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-Here, Cap.

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-Our friend needs to breathe.

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-Ready to rise to the surface?

-Octonots, go for it.

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-Hurry. The sun is about to rise.

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-Ahoy - mushroom coral.

-Straight ahead.

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-Oh, no, we have company.

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-A school of squid.

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-We'll go around them.

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-We're moving too quickly.

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-What are we going to do?

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-What are we going to do?

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-Drop him.

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-I don't like the sound of this.

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-The coral is the target.

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-After three.

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-One, two...

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-..three.

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-Hooray!

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-Hooray!

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-That's what I call good driving.

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-Great work, Octonots,

-but we have more work to do.

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-Are we hurting the coral?

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-Mushroom coral is strong.

-They don't stick to anything.

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-A little bit more and we're done.

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-Coral makes suntan lotion. I didn't

-know there was such a thing.

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-I didn't know

-there were white and pink whales.

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-Thank you. I can feel it

-working already. Well done.

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-Don't stay too long in the sunshine.

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-Let's have a photo.

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-Wait.

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-Oi!

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-Watch the sunburn

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-Oops!

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-Oops!

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-Perfect.

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Mae'r Octonots yn helpu Morfil Cefngrwm Albino sydd wedi llosgi yn yr haul. The Octonauts help out an Albino Humpback Whale with nasty sunburn.


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