Yr Octonots a'r Siarc ar Goll Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Siarc ar Goll

Mae tipyn o dasg yn wynebu'r Octonots wrth iddynt warchod Siarc Melyn pengaled sydd wedi brifo'i drwyn ac sy'n methu dod o hyd i'r ffordd adre'. The Octonauts and the Lost Lemon...


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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 Missing Shark.

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-Incredible.

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-You only find this coral

-in water near the beach.

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-What a lovely colour.

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-Shark!

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-Shark!

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-Sorry.

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-It's a lemon shark.

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-It was my fault. Very sorry.

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-Cheerio.

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-Aw!

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-I've hurt my nose.

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-Let me see.

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-I'm Pegwn. I'm a medic.

-I help any creature that's injured.

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-I'm Mel. I could do with some help.

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-Your nose is bruised.

-Do you live around here?

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-Maybe. I think so. I don't know.

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-To be honest, I don't rightly know.

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-I'm a little bit lost.

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-I've been looking everywhere

-for my habitat.

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-A lovely place

-with shallow water near the beach.

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-That's where you live?

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-That's where you live?

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-Yes. We all live there.

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-I've never had trouble

-finding my way home before.

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-I don't know

-why I get lost all the time.

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-Mel, like every other shark,

-uses his nose to lead him.

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-He has sensors to help him.

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-Your sensors are hurt.

-They're not working.

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-That's why I get lost.

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-My nose doesn't know

-which way to go.

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-What am I going to do?

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-We have a medical room

-on our Octopod.

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-I could put some ointment

-and a bandage on your nose.

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-You're one in a million.

-Come on then.

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-This way.

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-Ow!

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-Wait. I went the wrong way.

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-Never mind. Once your nose

-is better, you'll be fine.

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-Thank you.

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-OK, Mel. First, the ointment.

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-It tickles.

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-Next, the bandage.

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-Thank you.

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-Is that all? Can I go home now?

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-You'll have to wait

-until your nose is better.

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-If you go now, you'll get lost

-and knock into something.

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-Oh, OK. Do I have to stay here?

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-I'd rather be outside.

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-Only if you stay near the Octopod.

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-I won't move from here.

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-I'll be back to see you later.

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-OK.

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-Captain, I've applied a bandage

-to Mel's nose.

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-When he's better,

-he can find his own way around.

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-How do you apply a bandage

-to a nose?

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-This is boring.

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-There's nothing to do here.

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-I'm going for a walk.

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-No one will notice.

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-I'll be right back.

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-I'll go and check on Mel.

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-Oh, no. Where did he go?

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-He's swimming away in

-a zigzag formation, very quickly.

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-Fiddle and faddle.

-He doesn't know which way to go.

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-He could get hurt.

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-He could get hurt.

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-Sound the Octoalert.

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-To the loading bay.

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-There's a young lemon shark

-out there with a bruised nose.

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-He could get lost or get hurt

-if we don't catch him.

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-Pegwn, Harri, into the sub.

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-OK, Cap.

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-There he is.

-He's quick, I'll give him that.

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-Yikes!

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-He's going that way.

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-Oops. Sorry.

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-Watch out.

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-Where is he going now?

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-Oh, no. He's heading for the beach.

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-Yes. There he is.

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-He's stuck on the beach.

-He can't breathe out of the water.

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-Help. Someone, help me.

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-Hold on, Mel.

-We're coming to get you.

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-I swam too close to the beach.

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-Octonots, together.

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-One, two, three, lift.

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-This old shipmate is heavy!

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-Sorry,

-I should have listened to you.

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-You're OK, that's all that matters.

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-I'll stay by the Octopod

-until I'm better.

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-Let's go back to the Octopod.

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-Stay close to the sub.

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-I hope you've enjoyed your time

-in there.

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-Yes, thanks,

-and my nose is much better.

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-Great news.

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-We can remove your bandage today.

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-And then I can go home. Can I?

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-Yes indeed.

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-I'll miss you, Mel.

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-And me. You can come

-and meet my friends one day.

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-Cregynnog to Pegwn.

-Can you hear me?

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-I can.

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-A starfish has been injured in an

-underwater cave. We need you here.

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-I'll be there now.

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-Your sub's ready.

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-I'll stay here until you come back.

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-Then you can come with me

-to meet my friends.

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-I'll be back

-after helping the starfish.

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-Over here.

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-As good as new.

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-THUD

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-Watch the hot steam.

-There must be lava under the rocks.

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-Cregynnog, I'm stuck.

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-Octopod. Calling the Octopod.

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-Cregynnog here.

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-Cregynnog here.

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-What's up, Cregynnog?

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-Pegwn's stuck in the cave.

-We need help.

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-Help is on its way.

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-Open the Octohatch.

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-Open the Octohatch.

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-Right away.

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-What's happening?

-Is Pegwn in trouble?

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-Yes, my old shipmate.

-Don't worry, we'll rescue him.

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-Pegwn helped me.

-Now I have to help him.

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-My nose is much better.

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-I know which way to go now.

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-Uh-oh, Harri.

-This is no ordinary cave.

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-There's hot lava under the rocks.

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-Yaw!

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-This cave could fill

-with boiling bubbles in an instant.

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-We must get Pegwn

-and the starfish out.

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-Over here.

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-Captain. Over here.

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-Pegwn. Don't move.

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-How will we get him out?

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-We need to get past

-the bubbles quickly.

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-Pegwn!

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-Mel?

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-Mel?

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-I must help Pegwn.

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-I'm one of the fastest sharks

-in the sea.

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-I'm fast enough

-to pass those hot bubbles.

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-You're right.

-You're faster than us.

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-What about your sense of direction?

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-It's fine. Really it is.

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-In you go. Left.

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-Right.

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-Wait. Go.

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-Got him.

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-Hooray!

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-That was fun.

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-Good work, Mel.

-You're as brave as any Octonot.

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-Definitely. Thanks for rescuing me

-and the starfish.

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-Yes. Thanks.

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-We're friends, Pegwn.

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-It's time for Mel

-to rejoin his friends.

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-Follow me. My nose knows the way.

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-Here I am, home.

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-Cheerio, Mel.

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-Here's a sticker for being

-the bravest patient I ever had.

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-Thanks, Pegwn. Stick it on my nose!

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Mae tipyn o dasg yn wynebu'r Octonots wrth iddynt warchod Siarc Melyn pengaled sydd wedi brifo'i drwyn ac sy'n methu dod o hyd i'r ffordd adre'. The Octonauts and the Lost Lemon Shark.


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