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a'r Morfilod Pen Bwa

Mae'r Octonots yn cael trafferth rhyddhau morfilod ungorn sydd wedi eu cau o dan rew trwchus. The crew recruits a Bowhead Whale to help them break through the ice to help some N...


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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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-Brr. I can't believe we're back

-in these chilly waters again.

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-It's all in the name of science.

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-Arctic zone creatures

-make some fascinating sounds.

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-With the Octopod's underwater

-microphone, we can record them.

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-Ooh, what's making that sound?

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-Oh, just my tummy.

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-I ate some of Gwyddno's kelp cakes

-with a bit too much hot sauce.

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-Wait. I'm picking up something else.

-Listen.

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-Sounds like walruses to me.

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-The computer will match

-the sound to the animal.

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-Ah, walruses.

-Now let me guess the next one.

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-'Tis a strange sound

-from a strange creature.

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-This creature could only be the...

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-Herring?

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-Yes. Herring. They talk by blowing

-gas bubbles out of their behinds.

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-Out of their behinds?

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-What's that coming from?

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-Sounds like some kind of whale song.

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-It is. Bowhead whales.

-They only live here in the Arctic.

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-Their sounds

-can't be recorded anywhere else.

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-Look.

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-Howdy, folks.

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-Hello. We're the Octonots.

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-Hello. We're the Octonots.

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-Pleased to meet you.

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-That's an enormous head,

-even for a whale.

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-The head of a bowhead whale

-is as big as a bus.

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-We're not aiming to brag...

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-..but we have the strongest heads

-in the Arctic.

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-How tough?

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-Tough enough to smash

-through anything.

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-Yiaow.

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-And we make some pretty

-big sounds too. Ready, boys?

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-I'm getting a perfect recording

-of them.

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-Bowhead whales sing all the time.

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-While they're travelling,

-playing, even eating.

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-It's how they talk to each other.

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-It's nice to make new friends

-out here on the Arctic range...

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-..but now we've got to hit

-the trail - it's feeding time.

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-Ta-ta!

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-Yiaow, what's that?

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-More whales?

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-It sounds familiar.

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-Narwhals, Captain.

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-Sounds like a call for help.

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-Then we haven't got a moment

-to lose.

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-Harri, Pegwn, to the launch bay.

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-It's coming from inside

-that ice tunnel.

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-Shiver me whiskers, Captain.

-Look, there's been an avalanche.

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-They must be somewhere behind

-all that ice. Ahoy in there.

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-Narwhals, are you alright?

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-Help us, please. We are trapped

-in here, we can't get out.

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-I know that voice.

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-Brychfael?

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-Cwrwgl? Is this you?

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-Yes. What happened?

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-Me and my two friends,

-we dived down very, very deep.

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-Everything was good until the

-ice moved and trapped us in here.

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-The ice, it is too thick

-for a narwhal to punch through.

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-We are almost out of air.

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-We need to get you out.

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-Octonots to the HQ.

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-Three narwhals are trapped under the

-ice and they're running out of air.

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-Narwhals are whales

-and whales breathe air.

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-They can only stay

-underwater for a while...

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-..then they need to

-come up to breathe again.

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-We'll get them out, but first,

-let's get them some air.

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-We'll run a breathing tube

-down there now.

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-Let's do this.

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-I've found an opening for the tube.

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-We're pushing in a breathing tube,

-Brychfael. It won't be long now.

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-Please hurry, old friend.

-We are feeling very weak.

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-It's caught on something.

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-That did it.

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-There it is.

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-Thank you. Much better.

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-Now that you've got air to breathe,

-it's time to break through the ice.

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-Dela,

-let's try the sub's icebreaker.

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-Activated.

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-Not even a crack.

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-Not even a crack.

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-Let's bring in the drill.

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-We'll need the yellow sub.

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-I'll have 'em out faster than you

-can say bunch of munchy carrots.

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-Narwhals,

-back away as far as you can.

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-The drill's stuck.

-That ice is too thick.

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-I'd better pull out. As soon

-as everything stops spinning.

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-Easy does it.

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-Oh, no. The breathing tube.

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-We're back where we started

-and we will soon need air again.

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-We're not giving up on you.

-Octonots, we tried the subs.

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-We need something to break through

-this ice, and we need it now.

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-We could melt the ice

-with a blowtorch?

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-It would take too long.

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-Blast it with a sonic slicer?

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-Blast it with a sonic slicer?

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-The ice is too thick.

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-I have a pirate cannon under my bed

-but I'm out of cannonballs.

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-Whale!

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-That's it. The bowhead whales.

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-Tough enough

-to smash through anything.

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-Good thinking.

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-All we have to do is find

-our bowhead whale friends.

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-Let's call them

-by playing their songs.

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-Try it louder, Dela.

-We don't have much time.

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-Super, super.

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-Howdy, y'all.

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-Howdy, y'all.

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-We need your help.

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-Narwhals are trapped in the ice.

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-We bowheads are the greatest

-icebreakers in the seven seas...

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-..ain't that right?

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-You ready to take a ride, partner?

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-Captain, help is on the way.

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-Thanks, Dela. How much longer?

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-Look.

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-Brychfael, narwhals, everyone.

-Get back.

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-Now that's what I call a ride.

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-Captain Cwrwgl, my dear old friend.

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-Thanks to you and your crew

-for saving us.

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-And you too,

-our mighty bowhead whale friends.

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-No problems. It was nothing. Always

-glad to help a fellow whale in need.

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-It's amazing what you can do

-when you put your heads together.

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-Especially when you've got

-heads this big.

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-Happy trails, partners.

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-Thanks for the ride.

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Mae'r Octonots yn cael trafferth rhyddhau morfilod ungorn sydd wedi eu cau o dan rew trwchus. The crew recruits a Bowhead Whale to help them break through the ice to help some Narwhals.


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