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Yr Octonots a'r Pysgod Hedegog

Pan mae haig o Bysgod Hedegog yn cymryd llyfr prin o eiddo yr Athro Wythennyn, mae'r Octonots yn eu dilyn yn y Tanddwr er mwyn cael y llyfr yn ôl. The Octonauts and the Flying F...


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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 Flying Fish.

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-Octonots, my great grandfather

-visited this area years ago.

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-Was he also an adventurer?

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-Was he also an adventurer?

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-Yes indeed.

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-He wrote this book...

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-..about the incredible things

-he saw on his travels.

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-But there's also a mystery.

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-But there's also a mystery.

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-I love mysteries.

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-Listen to this.

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-"It was a starry night

-and the water was smooth and still.

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-"Suddenly, I saw something

-jumping out of the water.

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-"Something incredible. It was a...

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-Hm.

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-What was it?

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-What was it?

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-That's the mystery.

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-The next page is missing.

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-We're near the place...

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-..where your father saw something

-jumping out of the water.

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-Maybe we can discover what it was.

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-That would be great. There's a map

-in the book to help you.

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-Here you go.

-You can take it with you.

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-Are you sure?

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-It means a lot to me, but...

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-We'll look after it, Professor.

-We promise.

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-I'll keep it in my waterproof bag...

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-..for safekeeping.

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-OK, Cregynnog.

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-Octonots, to the Octohatch.

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-Yaw!

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-Open the Octohatch.

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-Right away, Cap.

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-I can't see a thing.

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-Let's consult the map to see

-if we're in the right place.

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-OK, but be careful.

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-I will.

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-Why don't I hold it for you

-while you look?

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-I'll hold it myself.

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-Harri, Cregynnog, look at this.

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-Flying fish.

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-Stand back, I'll get it.

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-The fish have stolen

-the professor's book.

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-After them.

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-There it is.

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-Hold on tight.

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-Almost there.

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-They won't escape now.

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-We might have problems keeping up.

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-When flying fish are fleeing,

-they jump out of the water.

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-Whoa!

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-Look, they're flying away.

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-We'll never catch them.

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-Oh, ouch.

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-There's one that didn't get away.

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-There's one that didn't get away.

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-I... must...

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-..get away.

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-I can't. I can't get away.

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-Are you OK?

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-No. Look at me.

-A flying fish that can't fly.

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-Don't eat me.

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-We don't want to eat you.

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-My tail! It hit one of the rocks.

-It hurts.

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-We know someone who can help you.

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-Come back to the Octopod with us.

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-What about the professor's book?

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-What about the professor's book?

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-We must find the flying fish.

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-I agree, but our friend needs help.

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-I'll call the Octopod.

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-Harri, sound the Octoalert.

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-To the Octohatch.

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-Pegwn,

-a flying fish needs your help.

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-I see.

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-I help any creature that's ill

-or hurt. What's wrong with you?

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-My tail.

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-You need a bandage.

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-That's better.

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-That feels good.

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-You should rest

-before continuing your journey.

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-OK. Thanks.

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-Captain,

-that fish will fly again in no time.

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-Ooh, a flying fish.

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-That must have been

-the incredible thing my father saw.

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-I'll put it in his book right away.

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-You tell him.

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-You tell him.

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-No, you tell him.

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-Uh, well... Professor...

-we've sort of lost the book.

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-Lost it? But how?

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-A shoal of flying fish

-jumped out of the water...

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-..and before we knew it,

-one had taken the book.

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-Oh, no. I see.

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-It's gone.

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-We'll get it back.

-I give you my word, as an Octonot.

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-How?

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-How?

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-The fish escaped once.

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-Now we know how to catch them.

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-We have to fly like them!

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-How on earth

-are we going to do that?

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-Ira...

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-Ira...

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-Already on it, Cap.

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-I'll ask our new friend

-how to make the sub fly.

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-The first thing to do

-is leap from the water.

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-You need to build up some speed.

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-Well, I know how to do that already.

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-Yaw!

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-That's just the first part.

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-What goes up...

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-Um...

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-..must come down.

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-I almost had it.

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-When you leave the water,

-how do you stay in the air?

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-I open my side wings, to hover.

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-I use my tail to push me up

-from the water.

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-Incredible.

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-Side wings and a tail that moves.

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-I know.

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-OK, I've fitted side wings

-and a tail that moves.

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-Right, Cap,

-test it and see if it flies.

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-We don't have time to test it.

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-We need to find

-the professor's book.

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-There's no time to lose.

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-There's no time to lose.

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-Pegwn, is our friend fit to go?

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-I'll check.

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-Try and move your tail.

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-How does that feel?

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-How does that feel?

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-It doesn't hurt at all.

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-Ready to fly, Captain.

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-We'll find your friends

-and the professor's book.

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-To the subs. Octonots, let's go.

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-Yaw!

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-Open the Octohatch, Ira.

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-Right away.

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-There they are.

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-They still have

-the professor's book.

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-Let's see if we can fly.

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-Yahoo!

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-Incredible.

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-Look at them.

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-Amazing.

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-Flying fish.

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-I can see it!

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-Yaw! I've got it.

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-Excellent.

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-Thank you.

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-Good luck with the flying.

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-Octonots, thanks to you,

-we can solve the great mystery.

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-"It was a starry night

-and the water was smooth and still.

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-"Suddenly, I saw something

-jumping out of the water.

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-"Something incredible. It was...

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-"..an incredible shoal

-of flying fish."

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Pan mae haig o Bysgod Hedegog yn cymryd llyfr prin o eiddo yr Athro Wythennyn, mae'r Octonots yn eu dilyn yn y Tanddwr er mwyn cael y llyfr yn ôl. The Octonauts and the Flying Fish.


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