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a'r Llowcwyr

Mae Harri a'r Athro Wythennyn wedi mentro'n ddwfn i blannu cwrel ond maen nhw mewn perygl pan ddaw llowcwyr llwglyd ar eu traws. Hungry gulper eels and undersea tremors threaten...


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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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-OK, Dela.

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-Ready to try the Octoplus suit?

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-Ready to try the Octoplus suit?

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-Ready.

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-We'll start with the robotic arms.

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-Robotic arms, check.

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-The drill.

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-Drill, check.

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-OK. Now try the cameras.

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-Front camera, check.

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-Side camera, check.

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-Hello, Harri, Professor.

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-How did you see us?

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-Back camera, check.

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-What on earth is this?

-A diving suit or a sub?

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-Both. Strong as a sub but small

-enough to reach limited spaces.

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-We call it... the Octoplus.

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-The Octoplus?

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-It's perfect for fighting

-sea beasts. When can I have a go?

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-Not now, Harri.

-We have our own task.

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-Oh, OK. Coral planting.

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-Not any old coral. Deep sea coral.

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-It can only grow on the ocean's bed.

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-The ocean bed?

-Why didn't you say? Come on.

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-Open the Octohatch.

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-Open the Octohatch.

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-Right away.

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-Look, Professor, over there.

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-Perfect, Harri.

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-Psst. Over there.

-It's our lucky day. Food!

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-Food? What kind of food?

-How much? What is it?

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-Oh, I can't see!

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-Of course you can't. We're gulpers.

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-We can't see anything well.

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-I know. I'm over here, by the way.

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-They look like sea snakes,

-swimming through the sea.

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-Let's open our mouths...

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-Anything?

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-No? You?

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-No? You?

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-Nothing.

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-They weren't sea snakes.

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-What were they?

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-Tentacles. An octopus's tentacles.

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-Octopus? My favourite.

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-We can't let this one go.

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-Hey. Watch where you're going.

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-Sorry.

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-Deep sea coral

-should feel at home here.

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-Look, an octopus's tentacles,

-straight ahead.

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-Oh, yes. They look delicious.

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-Professor, watch out.

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-He spat ink!

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-Retreat, retreat.

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-That was a surprise.

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-What were they?

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-Just two gulpers searching for food.

-Nothing to worry about.

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-They wanted to eat you.

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-Gulpers can open their mouths

-wide enough...

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-..to eat creatures

-far bigger than themselves.

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-Wythennyn, calling Cwrwgl.

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-Wythennyn, calling Cwrwgl.

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-Captain here.

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-We've planted the coral.

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-We've planted the coral.

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-We're on our way back.

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-Good work. See you soon.

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-I think it would be a good idea to

-find help to release my tentacles.

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-I'll help you. Those rocks

-won't get the better of me.

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-Almost done it.

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-It's not safe here, Harri.

-Get away while you can.

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-A pirate never deserts his crew.

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-Or his tail!

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-Captain,

-there's a tremor on the seabed.

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-Something's happening.

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-Calling the captain...

-Stuck... Large rocks...

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-We've lost contact.

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-We've lost contact.

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-Sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to the launch bay.

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-Octonots, Professor Wythennyn

-and Harri are stuck on the seabed.

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-We must release them

-from the large rocks.

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-Limited space. Large rocks.

-It sound like a job for the...

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-Octoplus suit.

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-Octoplus suit.

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-My thoughts, precisely.

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-It only has enough hair

-for a short task.

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-We'll have to work quickly.

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-Ira, Dela, Pegwn, let's go for it.

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-There's their sub.

-They must be down there.

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-Over to you, Dela.

-We'll keep an eye on your air tank.

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-You have to work quickly.

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-You have to work quickly.

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-OK, Captain.

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-Any sign

-of Professor Wythennyn and Harri?

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-Not yet but it's dark down here.

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-I'll use the light.

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-Hooray. I can see them.

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-I'm going in, Captain.

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-I'm going in, Captain.

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-Perfect, Dela. Keep in touch.

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-You're in a limited space.

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-Dela!

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-Dela!

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-I'll get you out in no time.

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-It's too heavy. What now?

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-Don't worry.

-I have a few tricks up my sleeve.

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-Engage drill.

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-One tentacle free. Two to go.

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-Well done. Move the drill

-to your right and down.

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-I still fancy some octopus.

-Let's go back slowly.

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-Then we'll open our mouths and gulp!

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-Captain, we have visitors.

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-Gulpers incoming.

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-From behind. And they look hungry.

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-Use the biscuit shooter.

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-Good idea.

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-Time for a biscuit.

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-Food.

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-They'll be OK for a while.

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-The second tentacle is free.

-Only one to go.

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-Hurry, Dela.

-Your air supply is running out.

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-Almost done.

-This is a touch rock to crack.

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-How about some octopus ink,

-to help release it?

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-Good idea.

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-I'll take some of that too.

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-I'll release and you swim free.

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-Watch out!

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-Keep pulling.

-I'll take care of the rocks.

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-Go for it, Dela.

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-Fiddle-faddle.

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-Hold on tight, Harri.

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-We did it. They're free.

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-Well done.

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-Well done.

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-The air supply is almost empty.

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-Dela, back to the sub right away.

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-OK, Captain.

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-Wait.

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-My friend is stuck.

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-We can't leave him.

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-We can't leave him.

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-Even if he did try to eat you.

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-We'll help you.

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-Stand back.

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-Hurry, Dela.

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-I'm free. Thank you.

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-No problems. Let's go!

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-We'd better go too.

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-Hurry, Dela.

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-Lovely air!

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-Good work.

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-You'll be as good as new in no time.

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-Thank you, Pegwn.

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-Thank you, Pegwn.

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-The tremors didn't harm the coral.

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-Excellent.

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-Let's return to the Octopod.

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-Let's return to the Octopod.

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-A cuppa and a biscuit would be nice.

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-After all that excitement,

-I'm as hungry as a gulper.

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-You do that every time!

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-You do that every time!

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-I know! Sorry.

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Mae Harri a'r Athro Wythennyn wedi mentro'n ddwfn i blannu cwrel ond maen nhw mewn perygl pan ddaw llowcwyr llwglyd ar eu traws. Hungry gulper eels and undersea tremors threaten the crew.


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