Yr Octonots a'r Rhwyfbysgodyn Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Rhwyfbysgodyn

Mae Dela yn tynnu llun o beth sy'n ymddangos yn sarff fôr, ond mae'r Octonots i gyd yn rhyfeddu ar ôl deall mai Rhwyfbysgodyn hynod o hir yw e. The Octonauts and the Oarfish.


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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 Oarfish.

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-Pegwn, make sure you look after

-your little brother.

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-We're going to have so much fun.

-We're going to play games.

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-OK, Eigion, but not now.

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-Captain Cwrwgl and the others

-are on an expedition.

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-They need my help.

-There's an injured fish.

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-Eigion, do you promise

-to listen to your brother?

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-Pegwn, good luck with your work.

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-Bye, Mam.

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-Bye, Mam.

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-Bye, Mam.

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-An expedition. Just like the time

-when the sea snails were in trouble.

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-You rescued them. You were a hero.

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-I don't know about hero.

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-What about the time you

-looked after big, scary monsters?

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-You must be brave to do that.

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-You must be brave to do that.

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-I'm just doing my job.

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-Can I come with you? Please, please?

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-I don't see why not.

-Just don't get in the way.

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-I won't. Oh, wow!

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-Thanks, Pegwn.

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-Captain, I'm on my way. I've brought

-my little brother, Eigion, with me.

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-Excellent. We'll see you soon.

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-Eigion, take off your scarf

-and wear your helmet.

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-Hello, Eigion.

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-Hello, Eigion.

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-It's nice to see you helping out.

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-Where's the patient?

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-Where's the patient?

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-This way.

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-It'll be a barracuda.

-Or a dangerous shark.

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-Or a huge octopus.

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-Is that the patient?

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-Good day.

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-Something's wrong with him.

-Can you talk?

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-Yes, I can. I've hurt my fin.

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-Eigion, can you pass me the...

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-Stethoscope? Thermometer?

-Tongue presser?

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-Bandage.

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-There we go. You'll be fine now.

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-Can you take a photo...

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-..to show my friends

-what a hero my big brother is?

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-Of course.

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-You should rest. Come back to

-the Octopod until your fully healed.

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-That would be nice.

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-Good work, Pegwn. And Eigion!

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-We have to continue the expedition.

-See you in the Octopod.

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-Wow, an angler fish.

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-Huh?

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-What's that?

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-Are you a snake? Or an eel?

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-Hey, come and tell me what this is.

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-Hey, what is that?

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-What was it? It was huge.

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-That tail can only belong

-to one thing.

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-It's the monster

-of the Midnight Zone.

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-Its name is the Knackerwhack.

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-Its name is the Knackerwhack.

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-The Knacker-what?

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-The Knackerwhack.

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-Head to tail,

-it's as long as three whales.

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-Teeth the size of a dolphin.

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-It swats ships to one side

-as if they were fish.

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-Come on, Harri. You don't

-believe all that, do you?

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-Don't I? It'll return

-when we least expect it.

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-If it comes, I'll be ready for it.

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-It's a mystery, but one the

-professor might be able to solve.

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-Are you there?

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-I am. How can I help?

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-Dela took a photo of a creature's

-tail. It's a bit of a mystery.

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-We don't know what it is.

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-It's a Knackerwhack, a Knackerwhack.

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-She's sending the photo to you now.

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-Interesting. I'll have a look

-in my books to find out more.

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-Thank you, Professor. Cwrwgl out.

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-Hello, Professor. Would you like

-a game of table tennis?

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-I would, but I'm busy

-looking for a monster.

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-A monster? Where?

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-Harri thinks it's a monster.

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-There's no such thing as monsters.

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-Would you like some help?

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-Would you like some help?

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-Thank you.

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-Look through this book.

-Look for creatures with long tails.

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-I'll look through this one.

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-I'll keep an eye out for monsters.

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-Look, there.

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-No, that's just another angler fish.

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-We'll go deeper.

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-Into the Knackerwhack's lair.

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-Wythennyn, have you found anything?

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-Not yet, Captain.

-I'm having trouble hearing you.

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-Wythennyn?

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-Wythennyn?

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-Captain?

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-They've gone too deep.

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-Excuse me. This monster. Is it long?

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-Yes, very long.

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-Is it a bright silver colour?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-Does it have red spikes on its head?

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-Does it have red spikes on its head?

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-Red spikes? Why would you say that?

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-Wargh!

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-Wargh!

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-Wargh!

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-Sound the Octoalert.

-Sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to your stations.

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-Octonots, who sounded the Octoalert?

-What's wrong?

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-Sorry.

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-Sorry.

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-We saw the monster outside.

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-It had red spikes...

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-Let's go back to the Octopod.

-Right away.

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-A long tail.

-Red spikes. Silver skin.

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-Of course. I know what it is.

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-It's an oarfish.

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-An oarfish?

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-I've never heard of an oarfish.

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-They're a rare species.

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-You see, Eigion, it's not a monster.

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-Eigion? Where did he go?

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-Oh, no, I know where he's going.

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-We'd better catch up with him

-before he gets there.

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-Eigion. Wait!

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-Eigion,

-what do you think you're doing?

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-Looking for the monster.

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-Looking for the monster.

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-It's an oarfish.

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-Wow! It's the longest fish

-I've ever seen in my life.

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-I don't think the oarfish

-feels very well. Listen.

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-It's crying.

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-It's crying.

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-Let me see.

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-Excuse me, Mr Oarfish. Are you OK?

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-No. I feel ill.

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-Why did you follow us back here?

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-I wouldn't normally,

-I'm a shy creature.

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-When I saw the way you helped

-that fish, I hoped you'd help me.

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-Of course I'll help you.

-What's wrong?

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-My throat hurts.

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-Since I have the longest throat

-in the ocean, it's a real pain.

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-Let me see. Say ah!

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-Ah!

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-Wider, please.

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-Ah!

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-Huh!

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-Pink Bart! The Knackerwhack!

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-It's caught Pegwn.

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-It's caught Pegwn.

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-Let's rescue him.

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-Yaw!

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-Your throat is red.

-You have a very bad cold.

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-We'll take you back...

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-I won't let the Knackerwhack

-hurt you.

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-Whoa, whoa, Harri. Wait.

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-It's not a Knackerwhack.

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-Eh?

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-Eh?

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-It's an oarfish.

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-You weren't trying to eat Pegwn?

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-Oh, no.

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-I eat small things.

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-I have no teeth. Look.

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-Ah!

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-I know that.

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-Where can we put it?

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-Incredible. It can keep its body

-afloat while it swims.

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-The tail's OK down here.

-How's it looking up there?

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-It looks OK, Ira.

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-I feel better already.

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-It's very long. I can see

-why you thought it was a monster.

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-My brother's a hero.

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-It'll help any sick creature.

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-From the shortest fish

-to the longest fish.

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-Look, I took this photo of Pegwn

-so that you can show your friends.

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-THEY ALL LAUGH

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Mae Dela yn tynnu llun o beth sy'n ymddangos yn sarff fôr, ond mae'r Octonots i gyd yn rhyfeddu ar ôl deall mai Rhwyfbysgodyn hynod o hir yw e. The Octonauts and the Oarfish.


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