Yr Octonots ac Antur Ffos Mari Octonots


Yr Octonots ac Antur Ffos Mari

Mae Ira wedi cynllunio Octolabordy Tanddwr newydd i astudio mannau dyfnaf y cefnfor. Ira designs a new Deep Sea Station in 'The Octonauts and the Mariana Trench Adventure'.


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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 Mariana Trench Adventure

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-Captain to Ira.

-Ready for progress report.

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-Go ahead, Cap.

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-It's looking good down here.

-The legs are attached.

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-And the door is secure.

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-And the door is secure.

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-Thanks, Captain.

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-Halt! Ah, the last two computers

-are in place on the upper level.

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-Thanks, Professor. It looks like

-we're ready. What do you think?

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-It's time to put all the parts...

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-..of our brand new

-deep sea Octo-lab together.

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-Octonots and vegimals,

-prepare for full assembly.

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-This is it, mateys.

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-Ready?

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-Ready?

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-Ready.

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-Activate full assembly.

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-Activate full assembly.

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-You got it, Cap!

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-Full assembly complete.

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-Hooray!

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-Hooray!

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-Fantastic.

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-Octonots,

-welcome to the deep sea Octo-lab.

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-Wow!

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-Wow!

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-Very nice.

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-Yowsers!

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-Our mission

-is to take the deep sea Octo-lab...

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-..all the way down

-to the bottom of the Mariana Trench.

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-The Mariana Trench is the deepest,

-darkest place on Earth.

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-Once we're set up Dela and Cregynog

-will stay for a few weeks...

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-..while we return to the Octo-pod.

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-We're leaving them in

-the deepest, darkest place on Earth?

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-Absolutely.

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-We'll be the first scientists to

-live and study down in the trench.

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-We'll take pictures of parts

-of the sea that no-one has seen.

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-And discover new creatures.

-I hope!

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-In a place so dangerous that even

-pirates have never gone there.

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-That sounds like a big job

-for only two Octonots.

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-Don't worry, Pegwn. Ira and I

-have invented some helpers.

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-Meet the Octo-bots.

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-The Octo-bots will help us.

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-They have video cameras for eyes

-so we can see what they see.

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-They can collect rocks

-from the sea floor.

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-Gwyddno wants to show you

-his invention.

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-The Vegi-bot is programmed to

-provide all the comforts of home.

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-Thank you, Vegi-bot.

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-Er, no more kelp cakes for me,

-thank you.

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-Ow!

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-Oh, dear.

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-Sorry about that.

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-I'm still working out some glitches

-but everything else is ready to go.

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-Let's hook the Octo-lab

-up to the Octo-pod...

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-..and head for the Mariana Trench.

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-That should fix the problem.

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-Let's test it out, Gwyddno.

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-I'd like one kelp cake please,

-Vegi-bot.

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-Thank you. Perfect.

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-Vegi-bot test successful.

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-Very good.

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-We're getting close

-to the Mariana Trench.

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-Dela, it's time to go downwards.

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-Dela, it's time to go downwards.

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-I'm on it, Captain.

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-The deeper we go,

-the darker it gets.

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-Prepare to travel into the

-total darkness of the Midnight Zone.

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-We pass through these sea mountains

-to get down to the trench.

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-Dela, let's take it slow.

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-These sea mountains are tall.

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-Yes, some of them are taller

-than any mountain on dry land.

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-There it is - the Mariana Trench.

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-It looks like a massive

-bottomless pit of darkness.

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-Yes. The trench is much too deep

-to see to the bottom from up here.

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-How do we know where to put the

-Octo-lab if we can't see the bottom?

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-We'll have to go down and look.

-Harri, Cregynog, you're with me.

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-Time to get out of the Gup

-and head for the bottom.

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-We've made it to the bottom.

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-Whoa!

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-It's a field of hydrothermal vents

-but something's wrong.

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-Isn't there supposed to be

-steam coming out?

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-Look, some of them have crumbled.

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-Hydrothermal vents are hot with

-lots of animals living round them...

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-..but they don't last for ever.

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-These vents have gone cold

-and fallen apart.

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-And there's not a creature stirring.

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-I'm in position.

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-What's the report?

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-You know I can't see very well

-so give me a moment to work it out.

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-Three, yes,

-three different shiny creatures.

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-One of them has a long tentacle.

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-Do they seem hungry?

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-Do they seem hungry?

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-Are they coming to eat us?

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-Everybody, snap to it.

-Hold your positions.

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-Hush, hush, quiet!

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-This area is fascinating but we

-can't put the deep sea Octo-lab...

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-..on top of these crumbling vents.

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-Let's look for a better place.

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-They're gone. Coast is clear!

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-We're safe for now.

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-I'm afraid we can't live around

-these hydrothermal vents any more.

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-They're too cold for us.

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-We'll march across this trench...

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-..until we find a new

-hydrothermal vent to call home.

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-Somewhere nice and hot.

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-With lots of steam

-and gas bubbling up.

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-A place where baby tube worms

-can grow up to be giant tube worms.

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-A-ha, that's the spirit!

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-Now then. Come on, find a partner

-and don't forget the clam.

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-Climb aboard, old friend.

-Sideways, march!

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-# We live in the midnight zone

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-# We live in the midnight zone

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-# In the dark, but not alone

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-# In the dark, but not alone

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-# In the dark, but not alone #

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-Hmm. This area's nice and flat.

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-I think we've found the perfect

-place for the deep sea Octo-lab.

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-Agreed. Captain to Dela.

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-Dela here, Captain.

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-Dela here, Captain.

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-We've found our spot.

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-Move the Octo-pod into position.

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-The Octo-pod is in position.

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-The Octo-pod is in position.

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-Very good, Dela.

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-The trench is too narrow so the

-Gup-C will take it part of the way.

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-Ready, Ira?

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-Octonots, let's do this.

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-On my way down, Cap.

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-There she is, mateys.

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-There she is, mateys.

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-Alright, Ira.

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-On my signal, release the cable and

-let the Octo-lab fall into place.

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-You got it, Cap.

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-You got it, Cap.

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-Ready, steady... drop!

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-Octonots,

-the deep sea Octo-lab has landed.

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-Let's turn on the lights

-and get to work.

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-I'm not nervous

-about being down here any more.

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-The Octo-lab feels completely safe.

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-The Octo-lab feels completely safe.

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-Oh, it is safe, Pegwn.

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-It's cold and dark out there but

-we've got plenty of light and heat.

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-And I put the whole thing on legs

-so it'll just bounce around

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-..without breaking a thing

-if we get hit by tremors.

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-We're down so deep that there's only

-a thin layer of the sea floor...

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-..between us and the

-hot, melted rock inside the Earth.

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-When pieces of the sea floor move

-around on top of the melted rock...

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-..they bump into each other

-and we get tremors.

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-Special equipment shows us whether

-or not there are tremors close by.

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-Let's turn it on.

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-Everything's calm and steady

-for now. No tremors.

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-Phew! I hope it stays that way.

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-We've collected

-fantastic rock samples.

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-The Octo-bots are working well.

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-Uh-oh, something's coming.

-Come on, boys. Time to roll.

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-Where are we?

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-Where are we?

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-I don't know.

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-I smell food.

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-I smell food.

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-Smells good. Let's roll!

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-This way.

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-Keep them coming.

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-Delicious.

-I could eat a million of them.

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-# We live in the midnight zone

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-# We live in the midnight zone

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-# We live in the midnight zone

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-# In the dark, but not alone

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-# In the dark, but not alone

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-# In the dark, but not alone #

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-# In the dark, but not alone

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-Everybody, halt!

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-I feel heat!

-And it's coming from this thing.

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-A nice warm-up for cold claws.

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-Snap to it. Sideways... climb!

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-Left, left, left,

-left, left, left, left...

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-It's even warmer in here. Come on.

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-Uh-oh. We've got a situation.

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-I'm stuck!

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-Chain of claws.

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-One, two, three... pull!

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-Again, pull!

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-Almost!

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-Alright, let's make this one count.

-One, two, three... pull!

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-Sound the Octo-alert.

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-To the lower deck.

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-Octonots, we've lost all power

-to the Octo-lab.

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-I need to check the power generator.

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-I need to check the power generator.

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-We'll light your way.

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-I have to open it up.

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-There's no telling who

-or what could be hiding in there.

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-Oh, something's coming.

-Hide, everyone!

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-Oh, me, oh, my! A wire's been cut.

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-But who would do that?

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-But who would do that?

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-BELCH

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-That's the roar of a wire-cutting

-monster if ever I heard one.

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-Yaw! Giant bugs!

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-Easy, now.

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-Easy, now.

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-No sudden moves.

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-Oh, no worries.

-We can't move at alright now.

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-Oh, no. Are you alright?

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-Oh, we're fine.

-Just really, really full.

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-It's tough for us giant isopods

-to find food down, so when we do...

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-We eat and eat and eat

-until we can't eat any more.

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-Sometimes, we eat so much that we're

-too stuffed to move for a while. Oh!

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-Giant isopods? Fascinating.

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-Most isopods are tiny but down

-this deep, the isopods are giants.

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-But if you didn't cut the wire,

-then who did?

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-Look behind you.

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-Stop!

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-Stop!

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-Uh-oh!

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-Please don't hurt us!

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-Don't worry, we won't hurt you.

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-Oh, I'm sorry,

-I cut your wire by accident.

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-What were you doing

-in our generator?

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-It was nice and warm in there

-and we like warm.

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-We're looking for a nice, hot

-hydrothermal vent to call home.

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-We'll help you find a new home,

-but we need to get our power back.

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-I'll just fix up this wire.

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-That ought to do it.

-OK, I'm going to turn it back on.

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-Uh-oh, power surge caused

-the Octo-bots to short-circuit.

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-They're out of control.

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-Take the Octo-buggy.

-Go after Gwyddno and the Vegi-bot.

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-Aye-aye!

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-Cregynog, go that way

-and Dela, go that way.

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-I'll go this way.

-Let's catch those Octo-bots!

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-Ah, there you are.

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-Hmm, let me help you with that.

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-I'm heading back to the Octo-lab

-with the runaway Octo-bot.

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-He's picked up a rock

-for your collection.

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-I've found a type of sea cucumber

-I've never seen before.

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-And this one is recording

-some beautiful, glowing sea stars.

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-Harri? Have you caught up

-with the Vegi-bot?

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-Not yet, Captain.

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-Yargh! We're on the edge

-of a lake of boiling hot gloop.

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-It sounds fascinating.

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-It looks dangerous.

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-Harri,

-turn on the Octo-buggy camera.

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-Aye. Octo-buggy camera on.

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-Jumping jellyfish!

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-It's a lake of boiling hot sulphur.

-Incredibly rare.

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-Can you get a sample?

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-Aye, matey.

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-Just be careful not to fall in.

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-Got it. Yar, the Vegi-bot!

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-Yagh!

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-Shiver me whiskers,

-there's mud flying everywhere!

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-Mud volcanoes - amazing!

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-This is great, Harri.

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-Videos of underwater mud volcanoes

-is really rare.

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-We'll get him, matey!

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-I'll get as close as I can

-and you nab him with the grabber.

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-Now, Gwyddno!

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-We did it, matey!

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-We have the Vegi-bot.

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-Good work, Harri.

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-Captain, look - a tremor.

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-Captain, look - a tremor.

-

-It's getting bigger.

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-Harri, be careful. A big tremor

-is about to shake things up.

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-Brace yourselves, everyone.

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-Yargh, agh!

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-Hang on, Gwyddno!

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-We'll go the other way.

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-Whoa, can't stop now.

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-Looks like there's only one thing

-to do - go faster!

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-Ha-ha! We made it.

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-Ha-ha! We made it.

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-Harri, Gwyddno - are you alright?

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-Aye-aye, Captain. We're fine.

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-We just went flying over

-a river of hot, melted rock.

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-It's incredible.

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-You've found the perfect home

-for our hydrothermal vent friends.

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-I did?

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-I did?

-

-Yes!

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-Hydrothermal vents form

-along cracks in the sea floor.

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-Good work, Harri.

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-Is this hot enough for you?

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-Oh, yes! This is just the kind

-of home we've been looking for.

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-This hydrothermal vent

-is just beginning to grow.

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-And we'll grow with it!

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-That's right.

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-We'll get to watch you and this

-hydrothermal vent get a lot bigger.

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-Let me take a picture of you

-in your new home. Say "seaweed".

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-Seaweed!

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-Dela, Cregynog, we'll be back

-down in a few weeks to pick you up.

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-We'll miss you.

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-We'll miss you.

-

-Indeed we will.

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-We'll send video reports

-to you every day.

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-We have a lot to study -

-the lake of boiling sulphur...

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-..the mud volcanoes,

-the hydrothermal vents.

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-Who knows what else

-you'll find down here, mateys?

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-Don't worry, Gwyddno. We'll take

-good care of the Vegi-bot.

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-If you need us, we'll be here

-faster than you can say...

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-Buncha munchy crunchy carrots!

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-Dela, Cregynog - goodbye for now.

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-Octonots,

-let's head back up to the Octo-pod.

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-Farewell.

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-Farewell.

-

-So long, mateys!

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-Vegi-bot, could I have a kelp cake?

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-Vegi-bot, could I have a kelp cake?

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-Me, too.

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-Thanks, Vegi-bot.

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-BOTH LAUGH

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Mae Ira wedi cynllunio Octolabordy Tanddwr newydd i astudio mannau dyfnaf y cefnfor. Ira designs a new Deep Sea Station in 'The Octonauts and the Mariana Trench Adventure'.


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