Yr Octonots a'r Hwyatbig Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Hwyatbig

Wrth achub creaduriaid afon yn dilyn storm, mae'r Octonots yn dod o hyd i wy diddorol. While rescuing river creatures after a storm the Octonots find a strange egg.


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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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-What's our position?

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-Approaching the eastern coast

-of Australia.

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-I've heard a tale or two about the

-strange beasties that live there.

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-Actually, Harri's right.

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-Many creatures in Australia are

-found nowhere else in the world...

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-Hold on.

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-Is everyone OK?

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-I'm fine.

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-I'm fine.

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-Yes, I think so.

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-Aye-aye, Captain.

-Just practising my tumbles.

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-What just happened?

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-We were passing this river.

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-There's been a lot of rain

-in the area.

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-All the extra water

-caused the river to flood.

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-It's gushing out into the ocean

-much faster than usual.

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-It's sweeping

-the river creatures out with it!

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-Looks like they need our help.

-Sound the Octo-alert.

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-To the launch bay.

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-Octonots, the river has flooded.

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-We've got to help

-any creatures who may be in trouble.

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-Harri, Pegwn, Cregynog,

-into the blue sub.

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-Rescue the river creatures

-that have been swept out to sea.

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-Harri, activate fish-vac.

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-Hooray!

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-Now let's take them back home.

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-Be careful, little fishies.

-This river's flowing fast!

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-The flooding caused a lot of damage.

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-There must be more creatures

-in need of help.

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-Let's do this.

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-Well done. Everything looks

-back to normal. Let's head home.

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-Part of the river bank

-has collapsed.

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-I want to make sure

-no creatures were hurt.

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-Captain! Harri has found something!

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-Feast your eyes on this!

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-Hmm, an egg.

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-It was sitting there,

-alone on the river bank, Captain.

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-We'd better get it back

-to where it belongs.

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-The shell is hard and thick.

-This egg was laid on land.

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-We should show it to... Cregynog?

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-Where are you?

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-Where are you?

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-Over here, Captain.

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-Ow!

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-Ooh, it stung my leg.

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-Ooh, it stung my leg.

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-What stung your leg?

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-One of... them!

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-Don't let them get away.

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-We're under attack!

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-Everyone back to the craft!

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-What happened out there?

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-Two creatures came out of nowhere,

-and one of them stung me in the leg.

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-What were those things?

-They had bills and claws and...

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-Hold on...

-I'll be a sea monkey's uncle!

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-It's a pair of duck-faced

-river monsters!

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-A pair of duck-faced what?

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-Now, Harri...

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-A strange, slippery beast...

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-..that is said to lurk in Australian

-rivers just like this one.

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-It's made up

-of parts from different creatures.

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-A bill like a duck, fur like a bear,

-webbed paws like an otter...

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-..claws like a cat,

-a tail like a beaver...

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-..and worst of all, a sharp, spiny

-stinger like a giant bumblebee!

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-This sting is the work

-of the duck-faced river monster.

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-Whatever it was that stung you,

-it looks serious.

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-How are you feeling, Cregynog?

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-How are you feeling, Cregynog?

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-Not too good, Captain.

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-Don't worry.

-I'm sure I can make you better.

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-I just need my... medical bag.

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-Captain, I must have dropped it!

-It's... out there.

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-With the duck-faced river monsters.

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-Stay in the sub

-and look after Cregynog.

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-Harri, you and I are going out

-there to find Pegwn's medical bag.

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-Yiaow!

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-Oh, I almost forgot.

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-We'll find out

-who this egg belongs to...

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-..as soon as we take care

-of Cregynog.

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-Good luck out there. Hurry.

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-Ohh... ooh!

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-No sign of the creatures yet.

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-No sign of Pegwn's

-medical bag, either.

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-It could be anywhere

-in this murky muck.

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-Looks like we've got company.

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-Harri, you keep them distracted

-while I search the riverbed. Ready?

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-Ready, Captain.

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-Ready, Captain.

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-Let's do this.

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-Hey, you duck-faced fur ball!

-Over here!

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-I'm not scared of you,

-whatever you are!

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-Ah. I'm sure it's around here

-somewhere.

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-I did it, Captain.

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-I did it, Captain.

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-Ooh!

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-I led those monsters on

-a wild goose chase! They'll never...

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-Hm. This time, you look for the bag

-and I'll lead the creatures away.

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-Aye-aye, Captain.

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-Hey! Up here! That's it! Here I am!

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-What's taking the Captain

-and Harri so long?

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-Don't worry,

-they'll be back soon. I hope.

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-Flapperty flippers!

-The egg's hatching!

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-Shiver me whiskers - Pegwn's bag!

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-Look out, Harri!

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-Look out, Harri!

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-Yargh.

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-Harri, this way!

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-Cregynog, look!

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-Oh, fascinating.

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-A bill.

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-A furry tail.

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-A webbed claw.

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-It's a duck-faced river monster!

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-And... it's really cute.

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-Oh, jumping jellyfish!

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-That's no monster -

-it's a baby platypus.

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-A platypus?

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-Platypuses are river creatures

-that lay eggs.

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-They only live here, in Australia.

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-Those creatures outside

-must be platypuses.

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-That's right - and platypus fathers

-have stingers on their back legs.

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-No wonder he's stung me.

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-They want their baby back.

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-I'll get it back to them

-before anyone gets hurt.

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-Careful on that leg.

-I'll be right back.

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-How do they keep finding us

-in the dark?

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-We're trapped.

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-We've got you

-right where we want you.

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-Now hand it over.

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-Um... Excuse me? Hand what over?

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-Not going to co-operate, huh?

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-Not going to co-operate, huh?

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-Alright, then.

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-Get ready to feel the sting!

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-Stop! Look.

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-Our baby!

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-He's got your bill.

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-And your tail.

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-A baby duck-faced monster?

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-A baby duck-faced monster?

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-It's not a duck-faced monster.

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-It's a duck-billed platypus.

-It hatched from the egg you found.

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-Our egg rolled into the river

-during the flood.

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-We were looking everywhere for it.

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-We're very sorry.

-We didn't know it was yours.

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-We were going to find out where

-it came from, but then Cregynog...

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-Oh, right, yeah.

-Sorry for the sting.

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-I was just protecting my family,

-and I got a little bit, er, stingy!

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-I understand, but I've got to find

-my medical bag to help Cregynog.

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-It's somewhere down in the muck.

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-I can make up for what I did and

-find that for you. I'll be back.

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-How will he be able to find

-my bag in the dark?

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-Platypuses don't mind the dark.

-We swim with our eyes closed anyway.

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-We find our way around underwater

-using our special bill.

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-It tells us where things are.

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-My medical bag! Thank you so much.

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-Oh, thanks, Pegwn.

-It's feeling better already.

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-The pain from my stinger

-should wear off soon.

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-Sorry again, mate. And thanks

-for keeping our little one safe.

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-It's not every day I meet a family

-of furry, wet-footed, stinging...

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-..egg-laying, beaver-tailed,

-duck-billed platypi!

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-Ooh, aah -

-you're standing on my foot!

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-Sorry.

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Wrth achub creaduriaid afon yn dilyn storm, mae'r Octonots yn dod o hyd i wy diddorol. While rescuing river creatures after a storm the Octonots find a strange egg.


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