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Anturiaethau criw dewr sy'n gweithio gyda'i gilydd i achub creaduriaid y môr. Today's adventure is about the Octonots and the Triggerfish.


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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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-Octofloats should be pretty easy

-to spot. There's not much out here.

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-There they are!

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-They measure water temperatures.

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-They should tell us

-about the weather.

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-Even though they're underwater?

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-Even though they're underwater?

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-The temperature under the ocean...

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-..tells us about the weather

-on the surface.

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-Uh-oh. The weather forecast

-doesn't look too good.

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-Jumping jellyfish!

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-It says here there's a strong chance

-of water spouts up at the surface.

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-According to the Octofloats...

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-..waterspouts could form

-at the surface any minute.

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-Waterspouts?

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-What's a waterspout?

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-What's a waterspout?

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-A tornado that forms over water.

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-They're common out here

-in the open ocean.

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-A tornado?

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-Ya! Don't worry, me hearty.

-It's only a bit of twisty old wind!

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-Gather up all the Octofloats and

-get out of there as fast as you can.

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-Already on it.

-We'll round them up... Whoa!

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-Hurry, before they sink!

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-Good catch.

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-Good catch.

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-Now for the floats.

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-Oh, no, the wind

-must have blown them away.

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-Dela, Cregynog,

-is everything alright?

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-Five floats are lost and waterspouts

-are starting to form in the area.

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-We're on our way.

-Harri, Pegwn, to the subs.

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-Yeow!

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-To find all the Octofloats,

-we have to split up.

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-Aye, and it looks like

-we have some company.

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-There's not a moment to lose.

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-Got it!

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-Cregynog, hurry!

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-Four down, one to go.

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-Captain, I've found the last float.

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-Captain, I've found the last float.

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-Get it quickly.

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-Huh?

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-Oh.

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-Hey, watch it, matey.

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-Oi, who are you calling matey?

-The name's Beca. I'm a triggerfish.

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-I'm Harri. Pleased to meet you.

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-But that's our float

-and we need it back.

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-No, I make my home under whatever

-I find floating on the ocean.

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-But I can't just leave

-this float out here.

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-You don't want it littering

-up the ocean, do you?

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-I've made a home out of all kinds

-of rubbish before now.

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-Whatever keeps me safe from the

-birds up above and the fish below.

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-When I find a home this good,

-I don't give it up easily.

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-Hey!

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-There's no time to argue.

-dive down deeper where it's safe.

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-I'm staying. No waterspout

-will scare me out of my home.

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-You don't have to leave your home

-but I've got to move it to safety.

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-Follow me, Beca.

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-Whoa!

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-Whoa!

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-Beca!

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-I'm coming for you, Beca.

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-Beca!

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-Whoa!

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-Harri, come in.

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-Can't talk now, Captain.

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-I'm inside a waterspout!

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-You're breaking up, Harri.

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-You're breaking up, Harri.

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-I said... I'm inside a waterspout!

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-Harri? Hmm. Sounds like

-he's in there with a pig.

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-Blast!

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-Blast!

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-Whoa!

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-I'll save you, Beca.

-By my whiskers, I will!

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-Harri!

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-Hang on in there, me hearty!

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-Third time lucky.

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-Got ya!

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-Uh-oh.

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-Arrghhh!

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-Arrrghhh!

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-Yeow. That was... Whoa!

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-..close!

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-Harri! Come in, Harri.

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-We've lost radio contact.

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-Sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to your stations.

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-Harri has been carried

-away by a waterspout.

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-He's somewhere out there

-in the open ocean.

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-Waterspouts are going away, Cap.

-But there's no sign of Harri.

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-Then we'd better spread out

-and find him. Let's do this.

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-Captain Cwrwgl, come in.

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-Oh, it's no good.

-What about you, Beca? Are you OK?

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-I'm fine but...

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-..that bird looks pretty hungry.

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-Nice of you to drop by,

-little fishy!

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-Beca, get under the sub!

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-Oh, I wish I was back in my home.

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-Any sign of Harri?

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-Any sign of Harri?

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-Not yet.

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-I think I see something.

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-No, just the last Octofloat.

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-Better load it up anyway.

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-Don't worry, Beca.

-You should be safe down there.

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-Not for long. Swordfish!

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-Mmm! A triggerfish snack.

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-Whoa!

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-Oh, there you are.

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-Beca, look out!

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-Let's try that again.

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-I'll save you, Beca.

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-Where did you go?

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-Where did you go?

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-Oh!

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-Still no sign of Harri.

-He could be anywhere.

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-We've must be close.

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-Captain.

-I'm picking up some strange noises.

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-It's the same noise we heard when

-we tried to contact Harri before.

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-It could be a clue.

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-Lead the way.

-Octonots, follow those grunts.

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-Stay close, Beca.

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-Hey, that's not fair.

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-I don't know how much longer

-I can keep this up.

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-Harri!

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-Oh!

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-My home!

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-Whoa!

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-Dela, open the back of the sub.

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-Incoming.

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-I know you're in there somewhere.

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-Forget it.

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-Well, she's not coming

-out of there, is she?

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-Phew. Thanks, Captain.

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-Who's your new friend, Harri?

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-Who's your new friend, Harri?

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-This is Beca the triggerfish.

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-A grunting triggerfish. Of course.

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-A grunting triggerfish. Of course.

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-This Octofloat is her home.

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-It protects me from the birds

-up above and the fish down below.

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-It looks like you need

-that Octofloat more than we do.

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-I have an idea, Captain.

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-If we leave this Octofloat out here,

-it can be your job to guard it.

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-OK, Beca?

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-OK, Beca?

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-I don't think that'll be a problem.

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-That's right. Triggerfish always

-protect our homes.

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-Whoops. Sorry. Force of habit.

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Anturiaethau criw dewr sy'n gweithio gyda'i gilydd i achub creaduriaid y môr. Today's adventure is about the Octonots and the Triggerfish.


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