Yr Octonots a'r Morgwn Pen Mor Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Morgwn Pen Mor

Mae tri morgi pen morthwyl bach ar goll yn y môr, ac mae un yn cael ei ben yn sownd mewn craig. Three young hammerhead shark pups are lost at sea, and one gets his head stuck in...


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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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-Incredible.

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-Cwrwgl to Cregynog.

-Have you seen anything interesting?

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-I saw something incredible.

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-Young hammerhead sharks.

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-Be careful. If they're young,

-their parents might be nearby.

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-Hammerhead sharks

-don't care for their young.

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-They're left alone from birth.

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-The young stay together

-until they're old enough to... Uh?

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-This shark tastes odd.

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-It doesn't sound right.

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-It's difficult to chew.

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-It's not a shark, it's a sub!

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-I haven't finished yet.

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-What's happening?

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-The hammerhead sharks

-are learning how to hunt.

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-They're confused,

-but at least they weren't hurt.

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-Back you go.

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-This should be far enough

-for me to study them.

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-Jumping jellyfish! The sharks

-have all left the lagoon.

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-I must follow them.

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-They seem to be in a hurry.

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-It's getting darker.

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-You know what that means.

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-We hunt at night.

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-Ready? Go.

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-Oh, no, which way?

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-I must get out before the sharks...

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-..disappear.

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-Cregynog, calling Cregynog.

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-You'll never believe it

-but I've just crashed the sub.

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-Again?

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-Again?

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-I can't follow the sharks.

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-I need help.

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-We've lost the connection.

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-We've lost the connection.

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-Sound the octo-alert.

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-To the diving bay.

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-Cregynog's had an accident.

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-Again?

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-He was following three sharks.

-We must help him.

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-He was heading for the open water.

-It's a dangerous place for sharks.

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-We'd better hurry.

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-Cregynog. Are you OK?

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-Cregynog. Are you OK?

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-I am, but the sharks have gone.

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-We must split up to search for them.

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-Search for a hammerhead shark?

-This will be easy.

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-Don't follow them too closely.

-They're easily confused.

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-OK. Cregynog, come with me.

-Let's do this.

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-No sign of any hammerhead sharks.

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-Cregynog, I think I see one.

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-Don't let him out of your sight.

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-That shouldn't be difficult.

-He's just sniffing the sand.

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-I can't see you, shark,

-but I can smell you.

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-Yes - smell this!

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-Oh, no,

-the shark's been stung by a ray.

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-A ray's sting isn't harmful

-to a shark.

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-That won't stop me.

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-No? How about them? After him, lads.

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-Oh, dear. I must help him.

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-Hello. Don't be scared.

-I'm a doctor.

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-I'm here to remove these spikes.

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-One. Plenty to go-o-o-o!

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-Come here, sharky.

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-A-ha!

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-Chasing an octopus.

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-Just where I want you.

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-To be honest, I caught you.

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-Let me go, octopus.

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-I can't follow that shark

-if the octopus catches it.

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-I know!

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-A striped shark!

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-My camouflage worked!

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-The octopus thought I was a...

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-The octopus thought I was a...

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-Striped shark.

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-Wait!

-I'm not really a striped shark.

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-These young sharks

-are easily confused!

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-Harri to Cregynog.

-I'm following one of the sharks.

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-It's a lively one.

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-Good work, Harri.

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-That's two - only one to go.

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-Hey, I can smell food. Where is it?

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-You can't run away from me.

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-Where did you go?

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-Uh-oh. My head's stuck.

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-Hey, someone. Help.

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-Down there.

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-The third shark.

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-It's stuck.

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-We are Octonots. We're here to help.

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-He's stuck.

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-We'll call for help.

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-There we go, the last spike.

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-Calling Pegwn and Harri.

-We have the third shark.

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-Its head is stuck.

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-Stuck? We must help my brother.

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-On our way, Captain.

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-Come on, our brother's in trouble.

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-Ahoy, Pegwn, these sharks are fast!

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-You're telling me.

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-Pegwn, Harri, over here.

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-This isn't nice!

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-Some grease might help dislodge

-his head.

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-Good idea. Grab a fin each.

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-There we go.

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-Don't worry,

-we'll get you out in no time.

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-Pull after three.

-Ready? One, two, three.

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-Hey, look behind me.

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-Incredible. Hammerheads can see

-what's behind them.

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-Shark!

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-This should give him

-food for thought.

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-They don't taste very nice.

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-You'd taste much better.

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-You'll never catch me.

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-Pegwn,

-follow me and bring your friend.

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-Harri, keep that shark busy.

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-Over here, you ugly little shark.

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-Hey, what? Tell them!

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-We have something tasty for you.

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-Now!

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-Retreat, everyone.

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-What are you doing?

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-What are you doing?

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-Leave us be.

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-Uh-oh.

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-He got the message!

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-That was fun.

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-Well done.

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-Hey, you, don't forget me.

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-Hey, you, don't forget me.

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-Sorry about that.

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-Ready? Pull.

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-Pull.

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-We did it.

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-Thanks.

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-Thank you for your help.

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-Thank you for your help.

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-Not that we needed it.

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-It's time for us to go.

-See you again.

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-Wait. Where are you going?

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-Follow us and we'll show you.

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-What are we waiting for? Come on.

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-We're in the open sea - nothing

-to see for hundreds of miles.

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-Where could they be going?

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-Where could they be going?

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-There's something ahead.

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-It's big.

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-A sea mountain.

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-It's not on our maps. We must

-be the first to discover it.

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-I think the hammerhead sharks

-beat us to it. Look!

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-That's where they went.

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-They rest here during the day

-when they're not hunting.

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-Cheerio!

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-Take care.

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-Take care.

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-Good luck.

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-Hey, look, a ray.

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-It's not a ray, it's a sub!

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Mae tri morgi pen morthwyl bach ar goll yn y môr, ac mae un yn cael ei ben yn sownd mewn craig. Three young hammerhead shark pups are lost at sea, and one gets his head stuck in a crevice.


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