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Yr Octonots a'r Siarc Morfilai

Pan mae Dela yn cael ei llyncu'n ddamweiniol gan Siarc Morfilaidd, mae'r Octonots yn mentro y tu mewn i'r pysgodyn enfawr i'w hachub hi. The Octonauts and the Whale Shark.


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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 Whale Shark.

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-Look at these pictures by Dela.

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-Where is she?

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-She's in a remarkable undersea cave.

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-There are some incredible things

-here.

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-We'll put these pictures

-through the computer.

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-A squid and tropical seaweed.

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-Much of the cave is red. And soft.

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-Those rocks look familiar.

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-They're teeth.

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-And the floor is a tongue.

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-Caves don't have teeth or a tongue.

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-It's not a cave, Pegwn.

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-It's a... shark!

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-Dela, can you hear me?

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-Yes.

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-You're not in a cave.

-You're inside a shark.

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-Get out now.

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-Oh, dear. Closing time.

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-My camera.

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-Dela? Can you hear me?

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-I'm OK, captain. I'm...

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-The mouth closed

-and cut off the signal.

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-She's stuck inside a shark.

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-We must save her.

-Sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to the launch bay.

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-Octonots, here's the whale shark.

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-Is that a whale?

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-No, Gwyddno,

-a whale shark isn't a whale.

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-It's the largest fish in the sea,

-as big as a bus.

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-Oh.

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-It was so big, Dela thought its

-mouth was a cave. She's inside it.

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-How could that ugly creature

-swallow our friend?

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-I'm sure it wasn't intentional.

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-This type of shark eats by sifting.

-It doesn't use its teeth to chew.

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-It opens its mouth and swallows

-whatever passes by.

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-This shark swallowed Dela.

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-We must rescue her.

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-You'll need this shark monitor.

-It flashes when sharks are nearby.

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-Into the submarine.

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Right away.

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-How odd.

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-According to the map,

-the shark was here.

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-I can't see it anywhere.

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-It's hiding, ready to pounce.

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-The shark monitor hasn't flashed.

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-Let's have a look around.

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-Pegwn, keep an eye out here.

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-OK.

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-Harri, when we find the shark,

-here's the plan.

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-We have to open its mouth

-and go in to rescue Dela.

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-First, I'll confuse it by jumping

-around like a mound of spaghetti.

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-Then, I'll slip through

-your spaghetti.

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-Captain! Harri!

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-Captain! Behind you. There's the...

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-Shark!

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-You didn't have time to jump around.

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-You didn't have time to jump around.

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-I was sucked in like a wet crust.

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-Dela?

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-We'll look for her this way.

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-Onwards!

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-This tongue's ticklish.

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-This tongue's ticklish.

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-On tip-toes then!

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-Didn't we come in this way?

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-We'll go the other way. Slide!

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-Are these meant to stop you

-falling over?

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-They're gills. The shark

-lets water out and food in.

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-Did Dela slip out this way?

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-No, she's too big.

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-This wall feels like a sponge.

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-The sponge wall is another way

-to let water out and food in.

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-It kept Dela's hairclip in.

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-Dela must have squeezed through.

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-Dela must have squeezed through.

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-She must be the other side.

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-There's no time to lose.

-Make yourself small.

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-Squeeze.

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-Harri? Captain? Can you hear me?

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-Not really.

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-GROWLING

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-Don't growl at me.

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-That's not growling.

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-It's crying. You must be ill.

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-If there's a creature suffering,

-I'll be there.

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-Even if it's as large

-as a school bus.

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-Everything looks OK in your ear.

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-Your nose is OK, too.

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-Let's check your belly.

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-Its belly hurts. Poor whale shark.

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-My friends are in there.

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-They're a meal and a half,

-even for a shark like you.

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-I know what's wrong with you.

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-You don't have a cold

-or chicken pox.

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-You had a dose of Octoflu.

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-Wargh!

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-We've landed somewhere.

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-Are you making that clicking sound?

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-I thought that was you.

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-If it's not you or me,

-who or what is making that sound?

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-Hiya, boys. Nice to see you.

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-Dela, we've found you.

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-You look absolutely fine.

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-I'm having a great time.

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-These will be the first photos

-from inside a whale shark's belly.

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-If this really is a shark's belly...

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-..we'd better get out

-before we sink further.

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-Octonots, up and out. Totem pole.

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-A-ha. Here we are.

-Back in the mouth.

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-The creature's mouth is shut tight.

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-Helmets.

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-Stand well back.

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-Your arms are strong

-but my legs are even stronger.

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-Move to one side. Cat on his way.

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-Yee-argh!

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-It might be an idea

-if we worked together.

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-Say aahh.

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-Open your mouth.

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-You usually open your mouth wide

-when you want food.

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-A sick shark.

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-Belly ache. If you tickle a shark's

-gills, it'll open its mouth.

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-If we push together, we can do this.

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-Ready?

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-Ready?

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-Ready.

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-Sharkie-warkie-wooh!

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-On your mark...

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-Coochie-coochie-coo.

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-..get set...

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-Coochie-coo.

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-Coochie-coo.

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-..go.

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-Pegwn?

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-Pegwn?

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-I got the shark to say ah!

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-You rescued us.

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-You rescued us.

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-And cured its belly ache.

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-It's a pretty little thing.

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-Maybe not so little.

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-I can't choose which photo

-to send to the nature magazine.

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-They're all great.

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-Send them all.

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-Maybe not all of them.

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-Let's keep one or two.

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-THEY ALL LAUGH

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Pan mae Dela yn cael ei llyncu'n ddamweiniol gan Siarc Morfilaidd, mae'r Octonots yn mentro y tu mewn i'r pysgodyn enfawr i'w hachub hi. The Octonauts and the Whale Shark.


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