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Yr Octonots a'r Parot Môr

Pan mae'r Octonots yn mynd ar helfa drysor forladron, mae Harri yn cyfarfod y cymar delfrydol ar y ffordd - Parot Môr! The Octonauts and the Pirate Parrotfish.


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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 Sea Parrot.

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-Here's a picture of my grandfather,

-Twm Sion Whiskers.

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-He inspired me to become a pirate.

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-He inspired me to become a pirate.

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-He looks just like a pirate...

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-..with that parrot.

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-That's Joe. Twm Sion Whiskers

-and Joe were the best of friends.

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-Just as parrot and pirates

-should be.

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-What else do you know about him?

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-What else do you know about him?

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-Well, there's a song about him.

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-A song. Can you sing it?

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-Yes indeed. Most of it.

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-# He looked for treasure

-while he scratched his fur

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-# The bravest pirate

-on the seven seas

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-# He sailed across the oceans

-and around the world

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-# His name was Twm,

-great Twm Sion Whiskers

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-# He was the best adventurer

-on the sea... #

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-Arrr!

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-Arrr?

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-It's all I remember. I've never

-known the final line of the song.

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-You'll know one day, I'm sure.

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-I really hope so, Pegwn.

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-SMASH

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-Uh-oh.

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-The frame's broken.

-At least the picture's OK.

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-What's on the other side?

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-Shiver me timbers. There's a map

-hiding behind the picture.

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-It's a treasure map.

-Pirates always hide them.

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-Yes, my shipmate. It could lead us

-to the treasure of Parrot Island.

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-Har-har!

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-My grandfather must have wanted me

-to find this map.

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-Look. X marks the treasure

-on Parrot Island.

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-I'm going to find it.

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-How can we do that?

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-We're looking for an island

-in the shape of a parrot.

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-With a volcano on one side.

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-With a volcano on one side.

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-And a desert island on the other.

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-Dela?

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-Dela?

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-I'm checking the computer maps.

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-Not that.

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-Not that one.

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-No, not... What?!

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-Yes. That's it.

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-Yaw! It's not far from here.

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-Let's explore the island and look

-for treasure. Sound the Octoalert

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-OK, Captain.

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-To the diving bay.

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-Our mission is to find the treasure

-on Parrot Island...

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-Come on, Captain!

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-Come on, Captain!

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-Pegwn, in the sub with Harri.

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-OK, Captain.

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-According to the map,

-we should be above a green mound.

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-What could it be?

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-Algae. And plenty of it.

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-I can't see where we're going.

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-Captain, look.

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-Num-num, num-num.

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-Ahoy there. I'll clean your windows.

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-Thanks!

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-No problems.

-Algae is my favourite food.

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-Well, shipmate,

-lucky for us that you like it.

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-You sound like a pirate.

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-Har! I am a pirate.

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-I've always wanted to meet

-a real pirate.

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-I'm Joe, a sea parrot.

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-A sea parrot called Joe?

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-My grandfather, Twm Sion Whiskers,

-had a parrot called Joe.

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-Twm Sion Whiskers, the famous

-pirate, was your grandfather?

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-Have you heard of him?

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-Have you heard of him?

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-Yes. I love pirates.

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-What's your name, shipmate?

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-What's your name, shipmate?

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-I'm Harri.

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-I could be your parrot.

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-Harri and his colourful friend,

-Joe the sea parrot.

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-That sounds good.

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-Well, pirates have parrots.

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-I'm not sure about sea parrots.

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-Well, I have a beak like a parrot

-and I'm better than a parrot.

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-Look, I can change colour.

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-Wow.

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-Wow.

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-Parrots can't do that.

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-True enough.

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-True enough.

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-Parrots can't clean windows.

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-That was a great help.

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-OK, but we're in a hurry to discover

-treasure. You'll have to hurry.

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-The best thing

-about being a pirate's mate...

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-..is searching for treasure.

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-Come on then, Joe the sea parrot.

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-What are these sharp things?

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-If I only knew.

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-If I only knew.

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-I'll check it out.

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-Ahoy, shipmates.

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-This reef is full of sharp rocks

-and narrow paths.

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-Your vessel is too big.

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-According to the map,

-we have to go through it.

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-We'll have to leave the sub

-and swim.

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-What are these zigzag lines?

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-We're going in there? What was that?

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-And that? And that?

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-We know what the zigzag lines

-are now. Eels.

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-They're everywhere around here.

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-Look at those sharp teeth.

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-We have to pass them

-to find the treasure.

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-How will we pass them?

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-No problems.

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-The eels eat sea parrots but

-we have a way to defend ourselves.

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-First, I hide in a bubble.

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-Eels have poor eyesight.

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-The bubble masks my smell, too.

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-So they leave you alone.

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-Excellent.

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-OK for you,

-but we can't make bubbles.

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-I'll make them for you.

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-Octonots, let's do this.

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-Oh, no.

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-The eels can smell Pegwn.

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-The eels can smell Pegwn.

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-Pegwn!

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-This way.

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-Quickly. In here.

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-Bubble wall.

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-It worked.

-They can't smell Pegwn now.

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-We're safe.

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-We couldn't have done this

-without you.

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-It was nothing.

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-Any pirate would be glad

-to have you as a friend.

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-Thanks, Harri.

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-According to the map, Parrot Island

-should be here somewhere.

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-Let's swim to the surface

-to find it.

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-Look. The volcano.

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-The desert island.

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-But where's Parrot Island?

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-Was my grandfather's map wrong?

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-Down here, shipmates.

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-Look at that.

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-Whoa!

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-An underwater island.

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-Yes. Parrot Island...

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-Is a sea parrot island.

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-Here's the treasure.

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-What's this key?

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-Look, a keyhole.

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-I'll try it.

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-# He looked for treasure

-while he scratched his fur

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-# The bravest pirate

-on the seven seas

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-# He sailed across the oceans

-and around the world

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-# His name was Twm,

-great Twm Sion Whiskers

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-# He was the best adventurer

-on the sea

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-# The bravest pirate

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-# And his parrot Joe #

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-Now you know the last line

-of the song.

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-Yes, my shipmate.

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-That's a real treasure.

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-How can I thank you, Joe?

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-How can I thank you, Joe?

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-It was nothing.

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-What do you say?

-Do you still want to be my parrot?

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-I've had a great time.

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-Now that we've found

-the sea parrot island...

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-..I'll stay here

-with the other sea parrots.

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-I understand.

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-How about a song to remind you

-of your pirate days?

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-A song about me?

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-# There's no need to worry

-if you're in trouble

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-# You'll be looked after

-by Joe and his magical bubbles

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-# The bravest of friends,

-he's never a foe

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-# That's the story

-of a sea parrot called Joe #

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-Har-har!

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Pan mae'r Octonots yn mynd ar helfa drysor forladron, mae Harri yn cyfarfod y cymar delfrydol ar y ffordd - Parot Môr! The Octonauts and the Pirate Parrotfish.