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a'r Crwbanod Môr Bach

Wrth i grwbanod môr newydd-anedig anelu am y cefnfor, mae'n rhaid i'r Octonots eu hamddiffyn rhag ysglyfaethwyr. As newborn baby sea turtles scuttle to the ocean they need help ...


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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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-Octonauts!

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-Alright, settle in, everyone.

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-The vegimals

-have prepared hot chocolate.

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-And kelp cakes. Thanks!

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-Thanks for the snacks.

-What are we here to see?

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-Quite an amazing sight, actually.

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-Dela set up remote cameras

-so we wouldn't miss a thing.

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-Shiver me whiskers -

-what won't we be missing?

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-Why, the baby sea turtles,

-of course.

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-Oh... carry on, matey.

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-The turtles are in their eggs

-in nests buried under the sand.

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-I'll show you how they got there.

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-This is a video

-we took eight weeks ago.

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-The mothers swim up onto the beach

-at night to lay their eggs.

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-It's the only time

-they ever leave the water.

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-This is the same beach right now -

-the eggs have been under the sand...

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-..and should be ready

-to hatch any moment.

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-we get to watch it happen -

-I can't wait!

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-Uh... nothing's happening.

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-One can never be exactly sure

-when the eggs will hatch.

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-It could be a few more minutes.

-Or a few more days.

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-Days?!

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-Have patience, everyone. I'm sure

-it'll be well worth the wait.

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-What's that?

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-Are the eggs hatching?

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-Are the eggs hatching?

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-No - it's the Wave Tracker.

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-A really big wave is in the area.

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-It's heading for the beach!

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-Flippity-flippers -

-what about the eggs?

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-They'll be washed away!

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-Won't they be safe under the sand?

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-If they get too wet,

-they'll never hatch.

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-Then we better do something.

-Sound the Octoalert.

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-To the launch bay!

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-We have to rescue those eggs

-before the wave hits the beach.

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-Once we've gathered them, we need

-to move them to a new beach.

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-Don't worry. We'll be ready.

-Come on!

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-Everybody else, into the GUP-X.

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-We need to remove

-the turtle eggs from their nests...

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-..and place them

-in these containers.

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-The eggs are very delicate and

-extremely sensitive to hot or cold.

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-Fussy little things!

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-They are - if they get too hot

-or too cold, they won't hatch.

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-We'll be careful.

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-The wave is moving in fast.

-Hurry up.

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-Load those eggs.

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-That's the last one.

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-The wave is almost here.

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-We're ready for the GUP-H.

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-Roger that, Cap. Here we come!

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-Lower tow lines.

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-Alright, hook them up!

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-All lines are secure.

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-We'll get them to safety faster

-than you can say bunchy crunchy pie!

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-Hold on!

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-Hold on!

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-Good catch, Bresli.

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-This one nearly got away from us.

-There.

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-Here comes the wave!

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-Here comes the wave!

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-Everyone into the GUP, now!

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-Brace yourselves.

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-Ah! Is everyone alright?

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-Ah! Is everyone alright?

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-Just a little dizzy.

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-And ready to go again.

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-The turtle eggs

-aren't out of danger yet.

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-We have to get them to a new beach -

-this one is too wet.

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-I think we may have found one.

-Sending you pictures now.

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-It seems to have everything

-the turtles need.

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-The right sand, the right slope

-and distance from the water.

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-Perfect - send us the location...

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-..and we'll meet there

-to make new nests for the eggs.

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-Let's do this!

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-Ah, I think that does it. The eggs

-are all safely under the sand.

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-Good work.

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-I suppose there's nothing left to do

-now but wait for the eggs to watch.

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-Oh... more waiting!

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-I don't think

-we'll be waiting long - look.

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-They're hatching! That's wonderful.

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-They hatch at night, when there are

-few predators around to eat them.

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-It must be colder than their old

-beach, making them think it's night.

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-Toitles!

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-Wow! Amazing!

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-Wow - just wonderful.

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-Wow - just wonderful.

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-Look at 'em! Huh?

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-You're the little guy that almost

-got left behind. There you go.

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-Hey, put that back!

-I can do it myself!

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-Oh - sorry, matey!

-Just trying to help.

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-Thanks, but I don't need help -

-we've got to do this on our own.

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-SEAGULLS CAW

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-I don't know what those things are

-but they sound hungry!

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-Got to go!

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-Those seagulls would love to have

-a baby turtle for a snack.

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-It's up to us to make sure the

-turtles make it to the water safely.

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-Are there any fish biscuits

-in the GUP-X?

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-We need all your fish biscuits

-to keep the gulls distracted.

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-Looks like the first turtles

-have reached the water.

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-We just have to keep

-these gulls busy...

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-..until all the baby turtles

-are in the ocean.

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-Huh?

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-Oh, mee-oh-my! One of the baby

-turtles is going off course!

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-Captain, it's your Octo-compass!

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-Baby turtles use light

-to find their way to the water.

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-The light bouncing off your compass

-is confusing him.

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-Huh?

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-Huh?

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-Keep the gulls away.

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-Ha-ha! Leave that to me, Captain!

-Ye-ow!

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-Feeding time, gulls!

-Take the biscuit, go on! Ha!

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-Whoo! Take that!

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-Sorry, turtle.

-I didn't mean to confuse you.

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-Hm - there sure are a lot of

-non-turtles on this beach.

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-So, it's you again. Don't worry.

-I've got you, little matey.

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-Be careful, his shell's not

-fully hardened yet.

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-Then I'll call you Soft-shell.

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-Good name.

-But could you please put me down?

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-I want to get to the water all by

-myself. That's what we turtles do.

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-There you go, Soft-shell.

-Just a little further.

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-Thanks! Now, no more helping me.

-I'm almost...

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-Oh, no, you don't!

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-That seagull's getting away

-with Soft-shell.

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-Follow that bird.

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-We're hot on his tail feathers,

-Captain.

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-If I'd known this was going to

-happen, I'd have stayed in my egg.

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-What are you...?

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-Oh! I get it.

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-Soft-shell - you're OK!

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-Take me to the water's edge, please,

-exactly where I left off.

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-There! I did it, all by myself.

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-Well almost. Thanks, Octonots!

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-See you later, little guy!

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-See you later, little guy!

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-Bye-bye! Good luck!

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-Nice work today, Octonots.

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-Those baby sea turtles

-are off to a good start.

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-So what happens to them now?

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-They'll swim far out to sea

-and get bigger and bigger...

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-..until it's time for them

-to return and lay eggs of their own.

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-How long does that take?

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-How long does that take?

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-About 15-20 years.

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-Ye-ow! That's a long time to wait!

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-I don't think we have enough

-fish biscuits to last that long!

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Wrth i grwbanod môr newydd-anedig anelu am y cefnfor, mae'n rhaid i'r Octonots eu hamddiffyn rhag ysglyfaethwyr. As newborn baby sea turtles scuttle to the ocean they need help to stay safe.


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