Yr Octonots ac Igwanaod y Môr Octonots


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Yr Octonots ac Igwanaod y Môr

Wrth i'r Octonots baratoi ar gyfer eu gwledd wymon flynyddol ger Ynysoedd y Galapagos, mae tri igwana sy'n tisian halen yn dwyn y gwymon! The Octonauts and the Marine Iguanas.


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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 Iguanas.

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-This red seaweed will get a great

-response at the seaweed feast.

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-Seaweed!

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-Let's find the captain.

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-Chairs, check. Napkins, check.

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-The menu.

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-The menu.

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-Already done.

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-We start with red seaweed soup.

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-Then red seaweed casserole.

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-Red seaweed sausages.

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-And your favourite,

-red seaweed kebabs.

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-Plenty of seaweed.

-Excellent, well done.

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-Thank you, sir. Vegimals, off to

-the kitchen to get everything ready.

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-What about the entertainment?

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-All organized, Captain.

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-Xylophone music.

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-I've been rehearsing.

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-Well done, Pegwn.

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-Which leaves the venue.

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-Since we're near

-the Galapagos Islands...

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-..how about the closest island?

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-Good idea, Dela,

-but we mustn't disturb the animals.

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-Don't worry. We'll only find

-rocks and iguanas there.

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-We'll keep out of their way.

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-Tom? Glan?

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-Tom? Glan?

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-Here... choo!

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-Ewyn? Ewyn? Oh, yes, I'm Ewyn.

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-OK, remember, lads,

-we're sea iguanas.

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-What's the one thing

-we do better than other iguanas?

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-Play rugby?

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-No, we're the only iguanas

-that dive into the sea for food.

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-What do we eat the most?

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-Seaweed.

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-Yes... choo!

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-Yes, we eat seaweed.

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-Today, I found

-a load of delicious red seaweed...

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-..which needs to be eaten.

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-Where? Where? Where... choo!

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-Down there.

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-It's growing in a large orange ball

-but it's very tasty.

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-Let's go for it, lads.

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-Let's eat.

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-Let's eat... choo!

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-Right, ready to dive.

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-On your marks...

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-..get set...

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-Seaweed.

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-This way, lads.

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-Someone's breaking into the Octopod.

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-They're heading for the garden.

-Dela, sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to the garden.

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-Our seaweed. It's gone.

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-Who would have taken it?

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-Whoever did must have left clues.

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-Yes. Strange footprints.

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-And this. It looks like... wet salt.

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-A long tail trail

-leading to the vent.

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-This is the way they entered and

-where they left with the seaweed.

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-What about tomorrow's seaweed feast?

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-There's some in the kitchen.

-It'll be enough for the feast.

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-Phew! That's good news.

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-To make sure no one steals it...

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-To make sure no one steals it...

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-I'll guard it.

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-Those unscrupulous thieves

-won't get past me.

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-That was a lovely lunch.

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-Yes indeed... choo!

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-I don't know about you, but thinking

-about it makes me hungry for more.

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-Who wants a little more?

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-Me... choo!

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-SNORING

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-The seaweed! It's gone.

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-Yaw!

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-Wet salt.

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-A-ha! There's a clue.

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-Octonots, I need help.

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-I'm caught up in something.

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-We need more help.

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-Come on. Quickly. Let's go.

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Octonots, let's get them.

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-Get who?

-We don't know what they look like.

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-We only saw a tail.

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-Let me think.

-What do we know about them?

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-There must be a few of them.

-There were a number of footprints.

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-Don't forget all that wet salt.

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-And the long tail. Just like

-the iguanas in Dela's picture.

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-They can't be iguanas. They

-don't swim in the sea. Do they?

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-Hold on, Iguanas? Galapagos Islands?

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-Missing seaweed.

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-Of course. Sea iguanas.

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-Sea iguanas?

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-Yes. A special kind of iguana that

-only lives on the Galapagos islands.

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-They're the only iguanas that swim

-and their favourite food is seaweed.

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-What about the salt?

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-The seaweed they eat is salty.

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-They sneeze the salt out.

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-Well done, Cregynnog.

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-At least we know

-who the thieves are.

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-There they are.

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-Let's catch them and see what

-they've done with our seaweed.

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-Hold on.

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-Something blue has emerged

-from that orange thing.

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-It's coming this way.

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-Let's get out of there.

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-It's getting closer.

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-They're hiding in the seaweed.

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-Wait. We'll go in.

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-This way. The seaweed's thicker over

-here. They'll never get through.

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-Switch the propeller off.

-We don't want to get stuck.

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-Hold on. We're going down.

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-No, it's not worth it. We're stuck.

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-We can't get out.

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-Didn't I say? No one can beat an

-iguana at swimming through seaweed.

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-Can we help them?

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-The hatch is stuck.

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-What are we going to do?

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-Atchoo!

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-The iguanas have stayed there.

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-And they do like seaweed.

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-I have an idea.

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-Excuse me for asking,

-but are you still hungry?

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-How would you like

-some delicious seaweed?

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-Wow. They're hungry!

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-You were a great help.

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-Thanks, but where's our red seaweed?

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-Sorry. We ate it.

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-I thought as much.

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-I thought as much.

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-We didn't know it was yours.

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-We just saw it growing

-in that orange thing.

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-Yes. Atchoo! Sorry.

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-That's it then. If it's all gone,

-we can't have a seaweed feast.

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-Listen, there's plenty of seaweed

-growing around the island.

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-Yes.

-We have brown and green seaweed.

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-It's very tasty.

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-We'll show you where to find

-the best seaweed.

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-Yes, the best seaweed. Atchoo!

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-Octonots, we're going to have

-a seaweed feast.

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-This year,

-we have some special guests.

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-This needs more salt.

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-Let me help.

-I think I'm going to sneeze.

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-It's OK, shipmate.

-I'll use the table salt.

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-Atchoo!

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-Thanks for that.

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-Thanks for that.

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-THEY ALL LAUGH

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Wrth i'r Octonots baratoi ar gyfer eu gwledd wymon flynyddol ger Ynysoedd y Galapagos, mae tri igwana sy'n tisian halen yn dwyn y gwymon! The Octonauts and the Marine Iguanas.