Yr Octonots a'r Morfilod Gwyni Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Morfilod Gwyni

Pan ddaw'r Octonots ar draws haid o Forfilod Gwynion yn sownd wrth dwll anadlu, maen nhw'n defnyddio cerddoriaeth i'w harwain i ddyfroedd mwy diogel. The Octonauts and the Belug...


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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 Beluga Whales.

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-Cwrwgl calling Cregynnog and Dela.

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-How's it going up there?

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-A bit slowly.

-This ice is so thick.

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-It's taking our sonic slicer

-forever to cut through it.

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-Almost. Just a little longer.

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-We've broken through.

-We'll collect the ice samples.

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-MUSIC

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-Right away then.

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-The hole you cut in the ice

-will freeze again and you won't...

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-MUSIC

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-..be able to get back in the water.

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-..be able to get back in the water.

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-OK, we'll be done soon. Over.

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-What's that music, Captain?

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-I'm not sure

-but it's very distracting.

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-Let's take a closer look.

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-Well done.

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-Pegwn, I didn't know

-you were so musical.

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-This xylophone

-is a gift from Modryb Don.

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-You sound like an expert.

-Can you take a break while we...

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-Cregynnog calling the Octopod.

-Cregynnog calling the Octopod.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Captain, we've found another hole.

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-Another hole in the ice?

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-Another hole in the ice?

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-Yes, but that's not all.

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-I'm sending you a video now.

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-Beluga whales, Captain.

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-I can see that. What are they doing?

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-I can see that. What are they doing?

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-They're stuck under the thick ice.

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-They should be out in the ocean.

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-Ask them if they need help.

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-Ask them if they need help.

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-I'll try.

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-Beluga whales are very shy.

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-Wait, please.

-I'm Cregynnog. This is Dela.

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-We're Octonots.

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-We might be able to help you.

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-I must breathe. I must breathe.

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-What are you doing down here

-under the thick ice?

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-The water froze above our heads.

-We have to stay near this hole.

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-Why do you need a hole?

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-I need to breathe.

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-Why don't you swim back out

-to the ocean where there's no ice?

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-We can't swim that far

-without coming up for air.

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-We have to stay by the hole.

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-What do you make of this?

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-They're stuck. They come up

-to this little hole to breathe.

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-This hole is starting to close.

-It's getting smaller and smaller.

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-We must rescue these whales at once.

-Sound the Octoalert.

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-To the launch bay.

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-Octonots, our mission is to lead

-the whales back to the ocean.

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-We need something to break the ice

-to allow them to breathe on the way.

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-Arr! Sonic slicers?

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-Too slow. We need to move quickly

-before the holes freeze over.

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-I have just the thing, Cap.

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-OK, Ira. Let's see

-if your ice breaker works.

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-The ice isn't breaking.

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-The ice isn't breaking.

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-This is very thick ice.

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-We need more power to break it.

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-Great!

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-Great!

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-Hooray!

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-Yaw! You broke through it.

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-The wide-open ocean.

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-Now then - how can I get

-the whales to follow me?

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-Whales,

-this path leads to the open ocean.

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-I have to wait by the hole

-where it's safe and quiet.

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-Whales, please, follow me,

-before it freezes over again.

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-Oh, no.

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-Oh, no. I don't like this at all.

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-The whales refuse to leave

-the breathing hole.

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-Why don't they follow

-Captain Cwrwgl?

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-I know.

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-Fish biscuits.

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-What's your plan?

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-The whales must be hungry by now.

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-I've brought them fish biscuits.

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-Thanks to Gwyddno!

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-Whales, follow me.

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-It's teatime!

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-It's working.

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-Oh, biscuits!

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-Pink Bart from Boncath.

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-Those fish think the food

-is for them. Go away, shoo!

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-Go away, shoo!

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-Whales, follow me,

-it's teatime again!

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-Too noisy. We must stay near

-the breathing hole where it's safe.

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-Why aren't they following me?

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-Why aren't they following me?

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-Beluga whales, like all whales...

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-..are scared of loud noises.

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-The sub frightened them

-when I cut through the ice.

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-Harri frightened them, too.

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-How can we show them

-the path to the ocean is safe?

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-Wythennyn, any ideas?

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-I know which sounds

-will make the whales follow you.

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-An old record of whales sounds.

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-They'll follow their own sounds.

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-WHALE SOUNDS

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-It's working.

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-RECORD STICKS

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-Oh!

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-Oh, dash!

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-We're losing them again.

-We must do something.

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-The path is freezing over.

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-That sound. It sounded just like...

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-Ah! Pegwn's music.

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-Pegwn!

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-We need you and your xylophone

-right away.

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-Are you sure

-now is the time for music?

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-This is precisely

-the time for music - your music.

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-Captain, I'm ready to play.

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-OK, Pegwn.

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-Go for it.

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-It's working. The xylophone

-makes a sound like a whale's call.

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-I must stay by the breathing hole

-where it's safe...

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-..but those sounds are enchanting.

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-I must breathe, I must breathe.

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-It's OK,

-we can breathe on this path.

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-If we follow the sounds,

-we won't be stuck here any more.

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-THEY HUM AS THEY GO

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-Here we go. Open water.

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-Well done, Pegwn.

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-Thank you, Octonots. We're sorry

-for not following you earlier.

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-We're a little shy with strangers.

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-The sounds frightened us away.

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-We're not strangers now.

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-We like your music.

-It's just like the sounds we make.

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-Come on, join in.

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-One, two, three.

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-I don't know

-how to sing like a whale.

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-Come on, Harri. It's easy.

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-# Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha

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-# Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha

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-# Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha

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-# Ha, ha, ha! #

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-Cheerio, Octonots.

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-Thanks again.

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-Cheerio, whales!

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-Have a safe journey.

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-THEY HUM AS THEY GO

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Pan ddaw'r Octonots ar draws haid o Forfilod Gwynion yn sownd wrth dwll anadlu, maen nhw'n defnyddio cerddoriaeth i'w harwain i ddyfroedd mwy diogel. The Octonauts and the Beluga Whales.


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