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Mae storm ar y mor yn gorfodi Pegwn i lochesu ar ynys greigiog, ddirgel. A storm washes Pegwn onto a mysterious, rocky island where he meets a band of lobster-like insects.


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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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-Octonots!

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-Hold still, Mr Lobster.

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-There. Good as new.

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-Ah, thanks, mate.

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-Dela to Pegwn, come in, Pegwn.

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-There's a large storm

-heading your way.

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-I'll head back right away.

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-The storm is moving fast.

-You won't make it back in time.

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-Your best option

-is to get in the GUP-E...

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-..and find a safe place

-to wait it out.

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-I'll check back in

-when the storm passes.

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-Stay safe, Pegwn.

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-It'll be safe down here.

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-Good idea. I'll just get the GUP-E.

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-Oh, no!

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-Whoa!

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-Captain, come in, Captain. Whoa!

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-I don't believe it.

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-Ah!

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-Just a little further. Whoa!

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-This shrub is the perfect place

-to wait out the storm.

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-Well, it's kept us safe

-for many, many years.

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-Who said that?

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-G'day, mate.

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-G'day, mate.

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-Flappety-flippers!

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-No need to be frightened.

-It's only us tree lobsters.

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-Tree lobsters?

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-Tree lobsters?

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-Now, now, give him space, fellas.

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-We don't get guests up here very

-often. I'm Hywel. At your service.

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-I'm Pegwn.

-You actually live up here?

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-Yes, of course.

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-It's a giant rocky spike

-in the middle of the ocean.

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-You must be wondering

-how we got here.

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-Well...

-Actually, I can't seem to remember.

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-It all happened so long ago,

-you see.

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-We made a happy little home

-for ourselves up here.

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-How many of you are there?

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-24 at the last count.

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-Hello.

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-Once these eggs hatch,

-there'll be a few more.

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-Oh.

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-Oh, goodness me, where are

-my manners? You must be exhausted.

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-Rest up, my friend.

-We'll look after you tonight.

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-I just think I need

-to rest my eyes for a bit.

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-HE SNORES

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-Hywel? Tree lobsters?

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-Oh, where did they go?

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-I'd better get back to the Octopod.

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-Looks like there's only

-one way down.

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-Ahoy there, matey.

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-Harri, Captain.

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-Glad to see you're OK.

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-We found the GUP-E, but we've

-searched for you all morning.

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-You won't believe

-what happened to me.

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-Tell us all about it at the Octopod.

-Climb aboard. Let's get you home.

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-There were only 24 of them...

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-..and they all lived

-under this one tiny shrub...

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-..but then, when I woke up,

-they were gone.

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-Yiaow!

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-Yiaow!

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-Based on our location...

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-..it sounds like

-you washed up here on Ball Pyramid.

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-Ball Pyramid has been explored

-many, many times...

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-..and nobody has ever found

-any tree lobsters.

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-I've never heard of a tree lobster.

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-Are you sure

-it wasn't all just a dream?

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-It's not unusual to have strange

-dreams in a dangerous situation.

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-I don't know.

-Maybe it was all a dream.

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-I believe you, matey.

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-You do?

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-I've heard enough tales to know...

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-..there's usually

-a scrap of truth behind them.

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-There's got to be something

-in the library about tree lobsters.

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-Come on.

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-Mysterious island monsters,

-castaway creatures...

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-..exotic beasts of land and sea.

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-It's been hours and we still haven't

-found anything about tree lobsters.

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-Just a few more books.

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-Just a few more books.

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-Whoops!

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-A tree lobster.

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-A-ha. I knew we'd find them.

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-Listen to this - Lord Howe's Island

-stick insects or tree lobsters...

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-..once lived on islands

-off the coast of Australia.

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-Shiver me whiskers.

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-It's amazing.

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-No-one has seen

-a living tree lobster in many years.

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-I see one right now

-and it's on your head.

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-A baby tree lobster.

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-I must have somehow brought

-one of the eggs back with me.

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-We'd better get you back home.

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-He's getting away.

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-What's going on?

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-There's a tree lobster

-loose on the ship.

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-We have to catch him.

-Sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots to the...

-No, Octonots to the launch...

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-Erm, follow that tree lobster.

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-Incredible.

-I've never seen anything like it.

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-Ha-ha, we knew that tree lobsters

-were real, didn't we, Pegwn?

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-He's heading for the kitchen.

-Watch out!

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-Lift it up slowly.

-We don't want to startle him.

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-Looks like he's heading

-for the Gardenpod. Let's go.

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-I don't see the little guy

-anywhere, Captain.

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-Keep looking.

-He's got to be here somewhere.

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-Under a plant. Just like home.

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-Oh, all that running

-must have tired him out.

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-He's sound asleep.

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-We need to get him back

-to his home on Ball Pyramid.

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-Pegwn, Harri, to the GUP-A.

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-Wake up, little fella. You're home.

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-You climbed up there

-all by yourself, Pegwn?

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-I did have a little help

-from a huge wave.

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-We'll be getting a little help

-from these. Climbing claws.

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-Hold on, little fella.

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-Shouldn't be much further.

-The shrub is just up... Oh!

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-I've got you, matey.

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-And I've got you.

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-Good catch.

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-The shrub.

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-Kind of scraggly-looking.

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-The tree lobsters live here?

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-Yes, but... Where are they?

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-Pegwn.

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-Pegwn.

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-Hywel!

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-You're back and you've bought

-little Hywel with you.

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-We were so worried.

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-But where were you?

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-Sleeping, of course.

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-We tree lobsters are nocturnal.

-We only come out at night.

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-Well, I'll be a sea monkey's uncle.

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-That's why no-one's ever

-seen you before.

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-Pegwn,

-this is an incredible discovery.

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-You'll notice that our tribe

-has grown.

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-Number 25 and 26 hatched today

-and Hywel Jr, here, makes 27.

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-Keep an eye on Hywel Jr.

-He's a lively one.

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-Thanks for bringing him back to us.

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-Won't you stay the night as guests?

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-We should head back home

-before it gets dark.

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-Goodbye, Old Hywel.

-Goodbye, tree lobsters.

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-Goodbye. Come back soon.

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-How do we get down from here,

-anyway?

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-I think you're going

-to like this part, Harri.

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-Wahoo!

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-Octonots.

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Mae storm ar y mor yn gorfodi Pegwn i lochesu ar ynys greigiog, ddirgel. A storm washes Pegwn onto a mysterious, rocky island where he meets a band of lobster-like insects.