Yr Octonots yn Dianc Rhag yr A Octonots


Yr Octonots yn Dianc Rhag yr A

Mae Capten Cwrwgl a'i griw yn gorfod dal yr Octofad sydd wedi'i herwgipio gan griw o grancod a chimychiaid sy'n ceisio dianc o ddwr sy'n llawn algae. The Octonauts and the Great...


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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 Great Algae Escape.

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-Why are there no fish swimming here?

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-Yes, where are all the fish?

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-It scares me.

-It's like a cemetery down here.

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-A rubbish tip, more like.

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-Cregynnog,

-what's all this green slime?

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-Algae.

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-Algae is a common plant in the sea

-but there's quite a lot of it here.

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-This algae is choking the Octopod's

-engine faster than I can clear it.

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-Eurgh!

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-Sorry about that.

-I didn't know you were behind me.

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-Over here, my hearties.

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-What's up, Harri?

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-Look.

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-THEY ALL COUGH

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-Professor Wythennyn, see how slow

-the lobsters and crabs are moving.

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-Yes, Cregynnog. Very strange indeed.

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-Could it be down to this algae?

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-There is something familiar

-about this.

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-They're ill.

-We must help them, Captain.

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-I agree.

-First, let's find out what's wrong.

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-WHEEZING

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-Poor dab.

-What do you make of this, Harri?

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-I've never seen anything like this.

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-I've never seen anything like this.

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-Psst, come on. This way.

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-This algae is making them ill.

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-Have you ever seen this before?

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-I've seen the problem before

-but where?

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-Hold on, I'll consult my books.

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-To the library.

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-Cap, look.

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-This pipe is leaking.

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-I wonder if that's part of... Huh?

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-Whoa!

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-Oh, no, the Octopod

-is leaving without us.

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-We must catch the Octopod.

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-Octonots, to the subs.

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-Octonots,

-we need to reclaim the Octopod.

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-Yuck!

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-More algae.

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-Harri, switch on the wipers.

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-OK, Cap.

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-Sub-1 to the Octopod.

-Sub-1 to the Octopod.

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-Calling the Octopod.

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-Professor Wythennyn?

-This is Captain Cwrwgl.

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-Can you hear me? Wythennyn?

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-Sub-1 calling the Octopod.

-Is there anyone there? Over.

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-Now then, where are my books

-on algae? They're here somewhere.

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-No one's answering.

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-Strange. I was talking

-to the professor a few minutes ago.

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-I hope he's OK.

-He might be sleeping.

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-Yaw! If it's not him,

-who's steering the Octopod?

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-Huh!

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-Ah, here it is. Algae.

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-Loads of algae.

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-Loads and loads of algae.

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-Captain Cwrwgl, if I get close

-enough, I can grab the Octopod.

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-Go for it, Ira.

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-I did it.

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-Perfect.

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-Perfect.

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-Whoo-hoo!

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-Well done.

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-Well done.

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-CLUNK

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-Whoa!

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-We must reclaim the Octopod.

-Are you with me, Harri?

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-Yes, my hearties.

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-Yes, my hearties.

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-Pegwn, you steer.

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-Me? OK, Captain.

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-Octonots, let's do this.

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-That was close. Thanks, Captain.

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-We have to reach the launch bay.

-The professor might be in trouble.

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-Ah, Everything There Is

-To Know About Algae.

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-Everything About Algae.

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-Everything Else

-There Is To Know About Algae.

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-Yaw!

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-It won't open.

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-Let me try.

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-Sometimes, you just need

-a little more strength.

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-Along with plenty of speed.

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-To do the work properly.

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-Follow me.

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-Huh?

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-Harri,

-are you seeing what I'm seeing?

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-Shiver my timbers!

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-All these crabs stole the Octopod?

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-Ahem.

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-Ahem.

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-Uh-oh.

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-Run!

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-Rargh!

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-THEY COUGH

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-OK, OK.

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-We give in. You've caught us.

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-Why did you steal our Octopod?

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-Why are you coughing?

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-I won't lie to you.

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-My friends and I, we felt ill.

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-So... uh...

-we... borrowed your Octopod.

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-To feel better, we moved somewhere

-where there was less algae.

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-Of course.

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-All that algae was making you ill.

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-Where did it all come from

-in the first place?

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-I wonder if the water is polluted?

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-Polluted?

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-When something is added

-to the water that shouldn't be...

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-..too much algae grows.

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-What's polluted the water?

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-Cap, the leaking pipe.

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-Precisely.

-Something's leaked into the water.

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-What about the other creatures?

-They'll need our help.

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-Yes, Pegwn.

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-We're going back to fix that pipe

-and clear the algae.

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-Here it is - it's in the book.

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-When the water's polluted,

-too much algae grows.

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-It makes the creatures ill.

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-What? Did I miss anything?

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-Octonots, let's clean the water.

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-Right away, Cap.

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-Yaw!

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-That should do it.

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-Welcome home.

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-We cleared the algae

-and fixed the pipe...

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-..which caused the algae to grow.

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-Ah!

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-Perfect.

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-Much better. Thank you, Octonots.

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-Much better. Thank you, Octonots.

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-Sorry for stealing the Octopod.

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-You won't have to leave

-your homes again.

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-Or steal your Octopod!

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-THEY ALL LAUGH

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Mae Capten Cwrwgl a'i griw yn gorfod dal yr Octofad sydd wedi'i herwgipio gan griw o grancod a chimychiaid sy'n ceisio dianc o ddwr sy'n llawn algae. The Octonauts and the Great Algae Escape


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