Yr Octonots a'r Morlo Harbwr Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Morlo Harbwr

Wedi i un o gleifion Pegwn, Sisial yr atalbysgodyn, fynd ar goll, mae'r Octonots yn gofyn am gyngor ditectif tanfor galluog iawn - morlo harbwr. The Octonots get help from a har...


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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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-The Octonots and the Harbour Seal.

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-The sucker on your fin

-is healing nicely, Nora.

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-Let's see if you can use it.

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-Let's see if you can use it.

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-I hope it's working.

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-I hope it's working.

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-I must be able to

-stick to bigger fish.

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-That's how I hitch rides

-all over the ocean.

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-Now, what can we practise on?

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-Now, what can we practise on?

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-Ooh, I know!

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-Ooh, I know!

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-You've definitely

-got the sticking part sorted.

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-Let's practise the unsticking part.

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-Let's practise the unsticking part.

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-I'm trying.

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-Ooh! Ooh! I can't!

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-Don't worry. I'll help.

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-Pegwn!

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-Nora? Nora!

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-Oh!

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-Captain, Nora has vanished.

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-I can't see her on the fish tracker.

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-She could be stuck to a dangerous

-thing and not be able get unstuck.

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-Don't worry, we'll find her.

-Dela, sound the Octo Alert!

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-ALARM

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-ALARM

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-To the launch bay!

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-Octonots, we must find

-this missing fish.

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-She's a remora called Nora.

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-She's a remora called Nora.

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-Nora the remora?

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-She was last seen near this trench.

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-She disappeared without a trace.

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-A little fish

-disappeared in a big ocean?

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-What other clues do we have, matey?

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-None.

-But the sucker on her fin is hurt.

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-The longer she's out there,

-the bigger the danger.

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-Cap, what about...?

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-Cap, what about...?

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-Agreed.

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-I've never seen that before.

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-I've never seen that before.

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-We've never had to use it before.

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-We've never had to use it before.

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-Will he get the signal, Cap?

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-Will he get the signal, Cap?

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-He'll get the signal.

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-BEEPING

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-Who'll get what signal?

-I don't hear anything.

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-Hold on, Harri!

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-He'll be here in five, four,

-three, two, one!

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-Math the harbour seal

-at your service.

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-Ooh!

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-Octonots, meet my old friend

-and ace detective, Math.

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-Thanks for coming, Math.

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-After all the times you've saved my

-seal skin, I owe you one... or two.

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-Pegwn, tell Math about our case.

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-Oh, right.

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-Wait! Let me guess.

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-This is a case of a missing fish.

-A patient of yours, perhaps.

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-Swimming towards the Octopod,

-I found this thread.

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-A special type used in bandages,

-so I figured you must be a medic.

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-I am!

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-I am!

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-Your heart's racing. You're worried.

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-This patient of yours is in trouble.

-What kind of trouble?

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-You contacted me,

-so they're lost or missing.

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-Ho-ho-hoo!

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-Wow! You're good.

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-Wow! You're good.

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-I always find my fish.

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-We're looking for a remora.

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-We're looking for a remora.

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-Called Nora.

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-But we have no good clues for you.

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-Math can find clues better than us.

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-Thanks to my whiskers.

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-The harbour seal's whiskers

-are very sensitive.

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-They can detect a ripple

-in the water made by any fish.

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-And track it for 100 miles.

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-Take me to the last place

-you saw Nora the remora.

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-This is the spot.

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-My whiskers are picking up

-a big, fast fish.

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-It passed right by here.

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-Now, I detect a little ripple

-from a little fish.

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-Nora!

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-The big fish and the little fish

-moved on together from here.

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-Can you tell which way they went?

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-Can you tell which way they went?

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-My whiskers say they went this way!

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-Follow me!

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-Yes, there's a big fish

-and a little fish in there.

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-Let's take a look.

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-It's a big fish and little fish.

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-It's not Nora.

-It's a cleaner wrasse and a shark.

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-Hey, if you want cleaning,

-wait your turn!

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-Yeah. Get lost, harbour seal!

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-Come on, Math!

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-Come on, Math!

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-Oh, this won't take long.

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-We're looking for a missing fish

-and I'd like to ask some questions.

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-I don't like questions.

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-Hey! The shark needs to relax.

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-I'm just wondering if you've seen...

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-Oh!

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-Hey, hey, hey! Come back, shark!

-I need to clean your teeth.

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-Stop that shark

-before he bites Math!

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-Don't hurt my friend.

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-I'll take it from here.

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-Now, don't move until I'm finished

-cleaning your teeth. You must relax.

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-Everyone alright?

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-Ha! Thanks for saving my seal skin.

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-It's good that the shark chased us

-over here, or I'd have missed this.

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-My whiskers

-are detecting more ripples.

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-I'd say these ripples

-were made by a big fish and...

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-A little fish.

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-Excellent, Pegwn.

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-And our trail leads us to...

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-A little hole in the sand.

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-A little hole in the sand.

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-Exactly.

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-This little hole was made

-by a big fish with a pointy nose.

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-A big fish with a pointy nose

-dives towards the sea floor.

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-Somewhere,

-he picks up a little fish.

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-We've got a little fish

-stuck to a big fish...

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-..with his nose stuck in the sand.

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-The big fish breaks free, with the

-little fish still stuck to him.

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-They went that way!

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-Hurry, before the trail goes cold.

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-Hurry, before the trail goes cold.

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-Pegwn, go with Math. We'll catch up.

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-We're on the lookout

-for a big, pointy-nosed fish.

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-With Nora attached.

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-They definitely came this way.

-We're close, Pegwn.

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-Very close.

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-HE BREATHES HEAVILY

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Fine. I'm just running out of air.

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-Harbour seals must go up to breathe

-every 30 minutes.

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-Hold on.

-I'll just grab a quick breath.

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-Oh, no. Snapping shrimp!

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-Ah! What was that?

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-Let's make sure

-Pegwn and Math are alright.

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-Snapping shrimp! They make

-loud snaps to defend themselves.

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-The loud noise

-knocked out Math and Pegwn!

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-Attention, snapping shrimp! We are

-the Octonots and we won't harm you.

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-Please stop snapping

-so we can help our friends.

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-Oh, sorry. We always snap first

-and ask questions later.

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-Alright, everybody, stop snapping.

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-Are you alright, Pegwn?

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-Oh... I'm fine, but where's Math?

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-He was knocked out

-by snapping shrimp too.

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-Oh, no!

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-He's OK,

-but he needs air right away.

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-We must get him up to the surface

-to breathe.

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-Pegwn, you pull. Harri, we'll push.

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-HE GASPS

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-How do you feel?

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-How do you feel?

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-I feel ready to solve this case.

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-Ha-ha! Come on, chaps!

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-HE TAKES A DEEP BREATH

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-Pegwn, we must follow these ripples.

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-HE SNIFFS

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-A-ha! There's our big fish

-with a pointy nose.

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-A sail fish.

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-Nora!

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-Nora!

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-Pegwn!

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-Let's go!

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-He's fast, but we're catching up.

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-I can't get unstuck!

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-Don't worry. We're coming for you.

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-Catch me if you can!

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-He's making a getaway!

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-He can leap into the air!

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-I can leap into the air too.

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-Pegwn, get on my back.

-I'll leap - you grab.

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-Ready?

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-There they are!

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-Can't... get... unstuck!

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-We're... coming... Nora!

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-We're gaining on them.

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-Can't... reach.

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-I'll have to do this... on the fly.

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-Gotcha!

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-Gotcha!

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-We've got our fish.

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-And our penguin too!

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-A few days in the sick bay

-and you'll be good as new, Nora.

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-That sucker needs a bandage.

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-Well, it looks like this case

-is all wrapped up.

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-Seal you later!

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-Seal you later!

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-Seal you later!

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-Bye!

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Wedi i un o gleifion Pegwn, Sisial yr atalbysgodyn, fynd ar goll, mae'r Octonots yn gofyn am gyngor ditectif tanfor galluog iawn - morlo harbwr. The Octonots get help from a harbour seal.


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