a'r Crocodeil Dwr Octonots


a'r Crocodeil Dwr

Mae crocodeil dwr hallt o Awstralia ar goll ym môr yr Antarctig, a thasg yr Octonots ydi mynd â fo adre' yn ddiogel. An enormous Australian crocodile is lost in the Antarctic Oc...


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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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-We have amazing photos

-of Antarctic sea life...

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-..thanks to the new cameras

-on the subs.

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-Who knows what else

-we might find today?

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-Monsters in the ocean,

-swim for your lives!

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-Three, at least. The one I saw

-was just a giant head with teeth!

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-The one I saw was a giant

-squirmy sea serpent.

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-The one I saw, I couldn't see

-it all, that's how huge it was!

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-Where did you see

-these hideous creatures of the deep?

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-Close by. We don't want to

-run into them again!

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-Three monsters!

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-Pegwn, Harri, let's investigate.

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-Keep your eyes peeled and make

-sure your sub-cams are turned on.

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-I just saw a big-headed monster...

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-..exactly like the one

-described by the dolphin.

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-I just saw the sea serpent monster

-the other dolphin saw.

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-Arr, just my luck. I haven't seen

-hide nor fin of anything monstrous.

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-But I do now!

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-It's the big one, mateys!

-And she's coming right at me!

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-Harri!

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-Harri!

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-Shiver me whiskers.

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-Let's see what the photos

-from the sub-cams tell us.

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-That's the monster I saw.

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-Yes, and that's the one I saw.

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-That big whatever-it-is

-is the third monster.

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-Hmm, I'm not so sure

-there were three monsters.

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-Let me try something.

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-It's a crocodile.

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-A saltwater crocodile.

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-The world's largest crocodile.

-It's as big as a bus.

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-It's a long way from home.

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-Saltwater crocodiles normally

-live in places like Australia...

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-..over 1,000 miles away.

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-It's not unusual for saltwater

-crocodiles to travel far...

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-..looking for food but I've never

-heard of one in the Antarctic.

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-Oh, no, he must be lost.

-And freezing.

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-Saltwater crocodiles are reptiles.

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-They stay healthy

-by moving to different places.

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-If they get too hot,

-they move to a cooler place.

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-And if they get too cold,

-they move to a warmer place.

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-In the Antarctic,

-there's no place to warm up.

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-He won't be able to survive

-this extreme cold for long.

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-Sound the Octo-alert!

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-To the launch bay!

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-A saltwater crocodile is lost and

-in danger from the icy-cold water.

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-Our mission is to find him

-and take him home.

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-Harri, Pegwn, to the subs!

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-This is a huge creature

-we're looking for.

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-If it feels threatened,

-it may attack us.

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-The way it swatted my sub, that tail

-could crush us like a tin can!

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-It would more likely

-bite you with its jaws!

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-Keep a sharp lookout. That croc

-could be below us, behind us...

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-Or above us!

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-Whoa!

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-What happened? He might be injured.

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-Let's take a closer look.

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-He's not moving.

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-He doesn't seem to be breathing.

-I must investigate.

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-We'll back you up, Pegwn.

-Cregynog, stand by to assist.

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-He has a heartbeat -

-it's soft and slow.

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-Any idea what's going on?

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-When saltwater crocodiles

-get very cold...

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-..their bodies can slow down

-and go into a kind of sleep...

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-..where they don't need to eat

-or breathe air for a long time.

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-He'll be fine.

-After he wakes up, he'll head home.

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-The crocodile

-might not know his way home.

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-He may not be able to wake up

-because of the cold.

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-We need to get him back

-to the Octopod and warm him up.

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-He's too big

-to fit through the Octo-hatch.

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-I wasn't thinking of bringing him

-inside the Octopod.

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-Prepare to warm up

-a saltwater crocodile!

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-The croc's attached to the Octopod.

-He's as snug as a bug.

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-A really big bug.

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-This will tell us how he's doing.

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-Stay with him.

-Everyone else, back to the ship.

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-Raise the temperature of the

-Octopod as hot as you can get it.

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-Set a course for the saltwater

-crocodile's home in Australia.

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-It's working. The crocodile's

-body temperature is rising.

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-He's not the only one!

-It's as hot as the jungle in here.

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-He's breathing.

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-He's breathing.

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-The crocodile is warming up.

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-But now that he's breathed out...

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-..the croc will need to breathe

-in and he breathes air, not water.

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-We need to get him up

-to the surface fast.

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-Dela, activate the steering wheel.

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-This heat is withering my whiskers.

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-How's our patient doing, Pegwn?

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-He seems fine.

-Let me get a bit closer.

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-He just tried to chomp me!

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-He just tried to chomp me!

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-Don't worry.

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-Crocodiles snap their mouths when

-they're too hot, to cool them off.

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-He may start thrashing about.

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-Now you tell me!

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-It's going to damage the ship,

-Captain!

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-If it's thrashing because it's

-too hot, we need to cool it down.

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-Lower the Octopod temperature,

-cold as you can get.

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-I'm on it, Captain.

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-The cooling plan is working,

-the croc's going back to sleep.

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-Octonots, it's time to enjoy

-some chilly indoor temperatures.

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-Think warm, warm sunlight

-on a tropical pirates' cove.

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-We need to keep the Octopod

-cold a bit longer.

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-Once we reach warmer waters...

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-..we can raise the temperature

-and let the croc wake up naturally.

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-This is an ice way to travel,

-eh, Harri?

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-Australia, Captain. The croc's home

-is a few miles ahead.

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-Captain,

-the crocodile is moving a bit.

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-He's waking up.

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-Return the Octopod temperature

-back to normal.

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-We'll leave the Octopod here

-and use the subs to tow the croc.

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-Alright, Octonots,

-let's bring this big fella home.

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-What's all this?

-What do you think you're doing?

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-Oh, easy, we're friends,

-here to help.

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-Help? Then why am I tied up?

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-It looks like you're trying to

-capture me. Nobody captures a salty!

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-Octonots, abandon subs!

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-You can tie me up, but come

-any closer and I'll chomp you down.

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-Let us explain how you got here.

-We found you in the Antarctic.

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-You were lost.

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-We brought you back to your home.

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-I do remember being lost -

-big icebergs everywhere I turned.

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-So cold I couldn't stay awake.

-Guess you really did help me out.

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-We help the creatures of the ocean.

-We're the Octonots.

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-Pleased to meet you. Call me Salty.

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-You have a bruise on your snout.

-May I bandage it for you?

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-Yeah, go on.

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-Yeah, go on.

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-And no chomping, please.

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-No chomping.

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-There.

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-There.

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-Thanks for your help.

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-We all need a helping paw now and

-then, Salty. Even crocs and pirates.

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-Ooh, that sun sure is getting hot!

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-Rarr!

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-Sorry about that,

-I didn't mean to scare you.

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-I'm awful hungry all of a sudden.

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-You should probably leave now,

-mates.

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-You don't have to tell us twice!

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-You don't have to tell us twice!

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-Goodbye!

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Mae crocodeil dwr hallt o Awstralia ar goll ym môr yr Antarctig, a thasg yr Octonots ydi mynd â fo adre' yn ddiogel. An enormous Australian crocodile is lost in the Antarctic Ocean.


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