Y Nadolig Mor-Fresychaidd Octonots


Y Nadolig Mor-Fresychaidd

Pan fydd yr Octonots yn gaeth mewn pelen beryglus o Lud Mor, mae'n rhaid i'r Mor-fresych gynllunio ac adeiladu Tanddwr newydd i achub y criw. The Octonauts and a Very Vegimal Ch...


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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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-Ah!

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-Mmmm... excellent!

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-Super!

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-Uh-oh!

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-Ooh!

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-Hm... stick it over there.

-There... Oh!

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-Look out!

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-Christmas train, coming through!

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-How's the feast coming along?

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-I can hardly wait, mateys!

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-That Christmas kelp loaf

-smells delicious!

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-Gwyddno says the feast

-should be ready in an hour.

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-First, they have to set the table.

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-First, they have to set the table.

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-I love this part!

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-Salt, pepper.

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-Salt, pepper, salt...

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-Atchooo!

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-Let us help you with that.

-You're already busy enough.

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-I don't know how we ever got by

-without these little mateys!

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-Me neither.

-Tell us again how you met them.

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-With pleasure, Pegwn!

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-It was years ago that I discovered

-the vegimals.

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-I didn't know they were

-vegimals at first.

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-I was doing some research...

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-..when I found something unusual

-on the side of the Octopod.

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-As far as I could tell,

-they were eggs...

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-..but they were bigger than

-any fish eggs I'd ever seen.

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-In any case, it wasn't safe

-to leave them outside...

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-..so I brought them back

-to my lab to study.

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-I kept a close watch on them

-day and night.

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-Then, one morning,

-I awoke to a strange noise.

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-It sounded like singing.

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-And that's when I met Gwyddno.

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-I'd never seen anything like them!

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-They seemed to be half-animal

-and half-vegetable...

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-..so I called them... vegimals!

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-The Octopod wouldn't be

-the same without them.

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-Uh-oh!

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-Gwyddno!

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-That doesn't make any sense.

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-That doesn't make any sense.

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-What is it?

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-There's something strange

-on the map.

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-It looks like there's a lake

-on the sea floor.

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-A lake? At the bottom of the ocean?

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-Oh, my!

-Now this is a Christmas surprise.

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-You know what it is?

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-I think I do. If I'm not mistaken,

-it's a brine lake.

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-Brine lakes are made of really salty

-water that settles on the sea floor.

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-They're very rare. In fact,

-I've never actually seen one.

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-What are we waiting for?

-Let's take a look!

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-I'm coming too.

-I'd love to take some photos.

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-Just be back in time for the feast.

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-Don't worry,

-we'll be back in a jiffy.

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-# Deck the Halls #

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-There it is, the brine lake!

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-Incredible!

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-Cool! It's water that's underwater.

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-Brine lakes are so salty that

-hardly anything can live in them...

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-..but there are lots of

-little creatures around the edges.

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-Hello, there! Merry Christmas.

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-It's coming! It's coming!

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-Yes, Christmas seems to come

-faster every year, doesn't it?

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-Huh?

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-Jumping jellyfish!

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-Vegimals, move out.

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-Oops!

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-N-o-o-o-o-o!

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-Phew! Thanks, Barrot!

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-Vegimals, move out!

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-Hmm, Cregynog, Dela and Wythennyn

-still haven't returned.

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-Come in, Captain!

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-Come in, Captain!

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-What's happened?

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-It's got us, Captain...

-can't get out...

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-A great, big, slimy...!

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-Cregynog? Come in, Cregynog!

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-Harri, Pegwn, Ira to the blue sub.

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-Harri, Pegwn, Ira to the blue sub.

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-Aye-aye, Captain!

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-It's ready!

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-Huh?

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-Octonots, where are you?

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-Harri! Where are you?

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-Dela?

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-Pegwn?

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-Ira?

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-Ira?

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-Wythennyn?

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-Cregynog?

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-Hmm, no sign of any of them.

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-No sign of the green sub either.

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-No sign of the green sub either.

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-Captain, look at this.

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-Cregynog's magnifying glass.

-Something's wrong.

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-Um, Captain?

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-Cregynog would never leave this.

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-Then they must have left in a hurry.

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-Then they must have left in a hurry.

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-Where did they go?

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-The-the-there!

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-Shiver me whiskers!

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-Captain, get us out of here!

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-Don't touch it,

-or you'll get stuck too!

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-We'll get you out.

-Head to the blue sub.

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-We'll use the tow line

-to pull them out.

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-We're surrounded!

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-We're surrounded!

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-Take care, this could get sticky!

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-What is this stuff?

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-It's called marine mucilage -

-sea snot!

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-Rotting bits of plants and plankton.

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-Urgh! Just how I wanted

-to spend Christmas.

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-Stuck in a big blob of snot.

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-Those creatures are about

-to be stuck in here with us!

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-Sea snot can be dangerous to any

-sea creatures who get stuck in it.

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-We've got to help them - first

-we've got to get ourselves out.

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-We'd better call for backup.

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-Who's going to get us

-out of this one?

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-Gwyddno, come in, Gwyddno.

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-The Christmas feast will have

-to wait. We're stuck in a snot blob.

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-If we don't get out soon, there

-will be no-one there to eat it.

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-Sending an emergency rescue plan.

-Hurry!

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-Emergency rescue plan downloaded.

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-Vegimals to the HQ!

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-Vegimals to the HQ.

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-Vegimals to the HQ.

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-Welcome back to Volume 17 of

-the Octonot's Video Training Series.

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-Today's lesson - quicksand,

-slime spills and blob rescues.

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-Quicksand can be...

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-Blob rescues -

-when rescuing someone from a blob...

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-..it's important to have a rescue

-vehicle so you don't get stuck.

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-Extend a rescue line

-to the person or creature...

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-..and use it to pull them

-out of the blob.

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-Always remember, a vehicle and

-rescue line beats a blob every time!

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-Now, let's try out our technique.

-I think I see a blob now.

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-Help, help.

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-Pegwn.

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-Captain Cwrwgl,

-we are stuck and we can't get out.

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-Stay in your vehicle, matey, or

-you'll get stuck in the jelly too.

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-It's a blob.

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-It's a blob.

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-I mean, the blob.

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-Oh!

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-Oh!

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-Here, grab onto this rescue line.

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-Mm, not bad.

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-And that's all there is to it,

-so remember...

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-..a vehicle and rescue line

-beats a blob every time.

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-Vegimals to the launchable.

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-A-ha!

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-Vegimals...

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-This stuff...!

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-One, two, three...

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-Hurry, Captain,

-the snot blob's gaining on them.

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-Don't worry, sea snails,

-help is on the way.

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-Mmm, I don't have a vehicle,

-but I do have a rescue line.

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-Keep pulling, you're doing great,

-you're almost free.

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-Back in the blob of snot.

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-Listen, everyone.

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-Listen, everyone.

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-What in the seven seas is that?

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-It sounds like...

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-It sounds like...

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-Singing!

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-Shiver me whiskers!

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-Gwyddno, the sea snails.

-Rescue the sea snails.

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-Oh, he shot too soon.

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-Oh, no! He shot too late.

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-Come on, you can do it.

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-Bull's-eye. Ha, ha, ha!

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-Everyone, grab on.

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-We're free.

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-A vehicle and rescue line

-beats a blob every time.

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-Good work, vegimals.

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-This is quite a creation, vegimals.

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-You think it can pull the sub

-out of the snot blob?

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-Uh-oh!

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-It looks like you could use

-some help. Come on, everyone!

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-Pull.

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-Captain, look!

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-It's getting bigger.

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-It's time to deal with

-this snot blob once and for all.

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-The sucker.

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-The sucker.

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-Good thinking, little mateys.

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-There's just too much of it,

-Gwyddno, pull up.

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-Where can we pull this snot?

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-Right in there.

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-The brine lake,

-it's too salty even for sea snot...

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-..and there aren't any creatures

-for it to hurt.

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-Sounds like the perfect place.

-Head for the brine lake.

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-Gwyddno!

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-Have a briny Christmas, snot blob!

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-A vegimal and a sleigh ride

-saves Christmas every time.

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-Right, Gwyddno?

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-Gwyddno?

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-Gwyddno?

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-I think he's waking up.

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-Easy there, Gwyddno, you've had

-a lot of excitement today.

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-Good work, Gwyddno.

-We're all very proud of you.

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-You and the other vegimals

-saved us from that snot blob.

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-You saved all those sea

-creatures by the brine lake.

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-And best of all, matey,

-you saved Christmas.

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-Christmas?

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-Oh, Christmas!

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-Ta-da!

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-Dinner is served!

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-Thank you for preparing

-such a wonderful feast.

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-Most of all, thank you for

-getting us back home for Christmas!

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-Hooray!

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-# Dashing through the snow

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-# In a one-horse open sleigh

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-# O'er the fields we go

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-# Laughing all the way

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-# Bells on bobtail ring

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-# Making spirits bright

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-# What fun it is to ride and sing

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-# A sleighing song tonight!

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-# Jingle bells, jingle bells

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-# Jingle all the way

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-# Oh, what fun it is to ride

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-# In a one-horse open sleigh

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-# Jingle bells, jingle bells

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-# Jingle all the way

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-# Oh, what fun it is to ride

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-# In a one-horse open sleigh #

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-Merry Christmas.

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-Merry Christmas!

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Pan fydd yr Octonots yn gaeth mewn pelen beryglus o Lud Mor, mae'n rhaid i'r Mor-fresych gynllunio ac adeiladu Tanddwr newydd i achub y criw. The Octonauts and a Very Vegimal Christmas.


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