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a'r Morfilod Cefngrwn

Mae sardîn wedi llyncu allwedd i'r gist drysor! Mae morfil yn helpu'r tîm i gael yr allwedd yn ôl. When a sardine swallows the key to a treasure chest, a humpback whale helps tr...


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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 Humpback Whales

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-A little further up...

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-..and we can dig for the secret

-treasure of Whitebeard The Pirate.

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-What could his treasure be?

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-No-one knows, but Whitebeard

-was a fearsome pirate.

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-He could throw one of his legendary

-flying snowballs from the Arctic...

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-..all the way to the tropics.

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-Twm Sion Whiskers once told me

-that a snowball from Whitebeard...

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-..landed on the deck

-of his ship and it never melted.

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-Remarkable.

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-Remarkable.

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-Here, Cap!

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-This is the spot.

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-Uh-oh!

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-What was that?

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-What was that?

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-We hit something.

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-There it is! Whitebeard's treasure!

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-All we need is the key for the lock.

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-All we need is the key for the lock.

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-Let me see.

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-Bluebeard's treasure, Redbeard's

-treasure... here it is!

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-Oh, my paws are so cold,

-I can barely feel them.

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-The key!

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-Shiver me whiskers, Captain!

-A sardine just gobbled up my key!

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-That could make the sardine ill.

-We must find her.

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-Let's split up to cover more ground.

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-Let's split up to cover more ground.

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-Aye, Captain.

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-Ha-ha! Found them.

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-Oh, lost them!

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-Whoa! Ah!

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-Harri, are you alright?

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-Harri, are you alright?

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-I'm fine, Captain.

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-I had a whale of a time!

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-What was the meaning of the bubbles

-you blew towards me?

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-I can't help it

-if you crashed into my bubble net.

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-Humpback whales like me make bubble

-nets to catch a lot of food at once.

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-Sorry. We're chasing

-a school of sardines.

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-Did you see which way they went?

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-No, but I'll keep an eye out.

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-If I see them,

-I'll send you a signal.

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-That's how humpback whales

-communicate. Listen for this!

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-HE SINGS A WHALE SONG

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-Got it?

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-Got it?

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-Got it!

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-Some krill! Yummy!

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-Got to go! My name's Moi.

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-The sardine will have tummy ache

-if we don't find her soon.

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-Aye, Captain!

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-Octonots, to the HQ!

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-SIREN

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-We must track down a sardine

-who swallowed Harri's key.

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-Oh, no!

-It could make the sardine ill.

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-I've found a school of sardines.

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-Great work!

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-Great work!

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-Which sardine swallowed the key?

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-This X-ray viewer should do the job.

-Gwyddno, let's show them!

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-Hide that hammer behind your back.

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-Hide that hammer behind your back.

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-Super, super!

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-Very good.

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-We need more than an X-ray viewer to

-find a key in a sardine in the sea.

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-I'm on it, Cap!

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-I'm on it, Cap!

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-Pegwn, meet us here in the GUP-E.

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-Once we've found the right sardine,

-you must perform a key-ectomy.

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-On my way, Captain.

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-Harri and Pegwn,

-activate X-ray viewers.

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-Aye aye, Captain!

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-The sardines, let's go!

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-Move in closer,

-so we can look for Harri's key.

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-They're splitting up!

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-They're splitting up!

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-You two follow that group.

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-Aye aye, Captain.

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-Hurry! The sardine needs our help.

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-Yeaw! Yeaw!

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-I'll say it again, yeaaaaaw!

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-Pegwn! Harri!

-None of my sardines has the key.

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-One of yours must have it.

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-Harri and I are still chasing them.

-Harri, are you...?

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-Harri?

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-Harri to Captain Cwrwgl.

-Do you read me?

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-Pegwn, are you there?

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-I must get back in the water, fast!

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-There's that humpback whale!

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-Ahoy, Moi!

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-Can you hear me?

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-Oh... maybe if I send that signal.

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-HE SINGS THE WHALE SONG

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-Somebody needs help.

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-Whoa! You really must

-watch where you're going.

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-Yeah, yeah, but first I need to

-get off this iceberg.

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-OK, I'll tip the iceberg over.

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-It's too big for me by myself.

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-But it won't be too big for me

-and a couple of friends.

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-I'll send out a signal.

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-HE SINGS THE WHALE SONG

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-Yo, Moi!

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-Yo, Moi!

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-You called?

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-Hey, guys! I need some help

-tipping over this iceberg.

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-Let's do it.

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-Let's do it.

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-I love a bit of iceberg tipping.

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-Hold on tight! Ready, guys?

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-One...

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-A little more!

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-A little more!

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-..two...

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-A little more!

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-A little more!

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-..three!

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-Yahoo! Thanks for your help.

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-I must catch up with those sardines.

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-I must catch up with those sardines.

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-We'll come too.

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-In case your run into

-any more trouble.

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-He has a habit

-of crashing into stuff.

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-Oh, no!

-We've lost Harri and the sardines.

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-I'm behind you, mateys,

-and I've brought some friends!

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-Good to have you back.

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-Captain, sardines directly below us.

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-Follow me!

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-And there's the sardine

-who swallowed my key!

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-We need to keep her in one place

-so I can remove the key.

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-Moi, could you and your mates

-blow a big bubble net...

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-..to stop the sardines getting away?

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-Of course.

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-Come on, fellas! Bubble net.

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-There's our sick fish.

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-Let's get her out of the there.

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-Harri, on my command,

-I want you to grab her.

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-Aye, Captain.

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-Now!

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-Whoa!

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-Don't be afraid. We're here

-to help with your tummy ache.

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-Ooh, I'd like some relief.

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-Keep still!

-I'll perform a key-ectomy.

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-Swallow some of these bubbles and

-let out a nice big burp, like this!

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-HE BURPS

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-SHE BURPS

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-It worked!

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-It worked!

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-My key!

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-Sorry it gave you a tummy ache.

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-Sorry it gave you a tummy ache.

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-I feel much better! Thank you.

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-Thank you, humpback whales.

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-Thank you, humpback whales.

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-No problem.

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-Always enjoy making a bubble net.

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-We'll be on our way now

-but will you look after him?

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-He has a habit of...

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-He has a habit of...

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-Crashing into things?

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-Yes, I know.

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-Yes, I know.

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-Oh!

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-Well, Captain, I've got my key back!

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-We finally get to see what's inside

-Whitebeard's treasure chest!

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-The legendary

-flying snowballs of Whitebeard!

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-Look!

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-A note from Whitebeard himself.

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-It says, "Whoever finds this

-treasure is worthy to use it."

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-Octonots, let's do this!

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Mae sardîn wedi llyncu allwedd i'r gist drysor! Mae morfil yn helpu'r tîm i gael yr allwedd yn ôl. When a sardine swallows the key to a treasure chest, a humpback whale helps track it down.


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