a'r Llyn Cudd Octonots


a'r Llyn Cudd

Pan fydd yr Octonots yn dod o hyd i lyn dirgel o dan yr Antarctig, mae Cregynnog yn awyddus i weld a oes creaduriaid yn byw yn y dwr coch. The Octonots discover a red lake in th...


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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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-Antarctica, straight ahead, Captain.

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-Everyone, prepare for ice landing

-in three, two, one.

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-Ready to get started?

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-Ready to get started?

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-I am.

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-I can't wait to see what lives here.

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-Harri, you and Pegwn can help

-Cregynog watch for creatures.

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-Brrr! You'd have to be nuts

-to live here in Antarctica.

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-Can anyone see any creatures?

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-Can anyone see any creatures?

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-Not yet.

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-It's all just white, white, white...

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-And red! Shiver me whiskers!

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-There's something red,

-straight ahead!

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-Jumping jellyfish!

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-Jumping jellyfish!

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-A waterfall made out of ice.

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-But why is the ice red?

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-I don't know. I've never seen

-anything like it before.

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-Fire up the Ice Spy.

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-The Ice Spy will show us

-what's under the ice.

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-Avast, there's a lake down there!

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-That must be where the red ice

-is coming from.

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-The ice is thick. The lake must have

-been under it for millions of years.

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-Who knows what creatures

-live down there.

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-Let's take a look. Pegwn, detach

-Octo-sled and activate Ice Drill.

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-Here we go.

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-Captain, the ice is too thick.

-The drill can't take it.

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-We're not giving up yet.

-Send more heat to the drill.

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-OK, Captain.

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-Almost there.

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-The drill is broken!

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-Aye, but we've reached the lake.

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-The drill will have to wait.

-Cregynog, are you ready to head...?

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-That's the spirit, matey!

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-I can't wait to see

-what's down there!

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-Take it slowly, Cregynog.

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-One careless move out here

-and we could be in trouble.

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-Secret lake, here I come!

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-Amazing. No-one has ever seen

-this place before.

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-Have you any idea

-why the water's red, Cregynog?

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-The water contains

-tiny bits of rusty iron.

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-That's why it's so red,

-there's rust in the water.

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-Careful. It would be easy

-to get lost down here. Stay close.

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-Ah, the water is also very salty.

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-And cold.

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-And dark.

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-I don't think any creatures

-could survive down here.

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-Sorry, Cregynog,

-we'd better get back to GUP-S.

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-I might as well

-take a water sample first.

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-Cheer up. We did find

-this amazing red waterfall.

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-And we learned what makes it red.

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-And we learned what makes it red.

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-We're all shipshape and toasty warm.

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-I would've loved to have found a

-creature down there. Even just one.

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-It's been a long day.

-We'll rest here before we head home.

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-But it's still light outside.

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-In Antarctica, it doesn't

-get dark at this time of year.

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-Not even at night.

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-How am I supposed to sleep

-if it's not dark?

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-A-ha!

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-Hello!

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-Hello!

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-Huh?

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-Hello!

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-I must be hearing things.

-Maybe I need some sleep?

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-Hello! Over here!

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-Huh? Ah! Jumping jellyfish!

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-No, not jellyfish - microbe.

-Name's Mervyn.

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-I'm a teeny, tiny microbe.

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-I'm so small, you can't see me

-with just your eyes.

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-Nice to meet you!

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-Where did you come from?

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-From the red lake under the ice,

-of course. That's my home.

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-I didn't think anything could live

-down there, it's so cold and dark.

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-But it's just right for me. I don't

-mind that it's cold and dark at all.

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-What about you?

-Is this where you live?

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-No, this is the GUP-S.

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-My name is Cregynog. I'm an Octonot.

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-An Octo-what?

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-I want to hear all about it.

-But, oh, dear!

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-What's wrong?

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-It's just a little bit warm

-and bright up here.

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-I think you'd better take me

-back down to the lake.

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-Already? But I haven't introduced

-you to the others!

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-Oh, hurry, Cregynog -

-I'm boiling hot in here!

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-Don't worry, Mervyn,

-I'll get you home.

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-This ice hole feels smaller

-than last time.

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-Keep going,

-I'm feeling cooler already.

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-Aaarrggghhh!

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-That's more like it. Thank you.

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-Come on,

-there's so much I want to show you.

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-I suppose it wouldn't hurt

-to have a quick look around.

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-Great! Follow me!

-You have to meet the others.

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-Others?

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-A little further.

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-A little further.

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-Jumping jellyfish!

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-Cregynog,

-meet the other microbes.

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-There's so many of you! But how

-do you find enough food down here?

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-We don't need food.

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-We get all the energy we need

-from the rust in the water.

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-Yep, we eat rust, man.

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-That's Jac.

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-This is Siwan. And say hi to Alys.

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-Hi!

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-Hello, pleased to meet you.

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-I can't wait

-to tell the others about you.

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-Oh... If I can find my way back out

-of here. Was the ice hole this way?

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-Or was it that way?

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-Oh! That's not good.

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-Mayday, Mayday!

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-Cregynog to GUP-S, come in, please!

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-Help! Mayday! Come in!

-Cregynog to GUP-S, come in, please!

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-Where am I?

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-Captain Cwrwgl, do you read me?

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-Cregynog, where are you?

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-Captain! I'm in the lake...

-Tiny creatures... Captain, help!

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-Harri and Pegwn, to the ice hole.

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-Cregynog is stranded

-down in the ice lake.

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-We have to rescue him.

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-It's getting colder.

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-If the hole freezes, he'll be stuck.

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-There's no time to lose.

-Harri, with me.

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-Pegwn, you stay here and keep an

-eye on the ice hole. Let's do this!

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-This is taking forever, Captain.

-I think I know a faster way down.

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-Agreed. On three - one, two...

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-Three! Whooooo!

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-No sign of him, Captain.

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-Cregynog! Cregynog!

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-Captain Cwrwgl!

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-Did you hear that?

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-It's just the cold

-playing tricks with your mind.

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-This way! Come here!

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-There it is again.

-What was it Cregynog said?

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-Something about tiny creatures.

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-Follow those voices!

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-Cregynog?

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-Cregynog?

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-Oh, dear.

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-Cregynog! Cregynog.

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-Captain! How did you find me?

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-We showed them the way.

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-That's Mervyn. He lives

-down here with all his friends.

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-The cold, dark water

-doesn't bother them at all.

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-Hey-hey!

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-Hey-hey!

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-I'll be a sea monkey's uncle!

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-Captain, come in!

-The ice hole is closing fast. Hurry!

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-We'd better get out of here.

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-Already? This is the most excitement

-we've had in a million years!

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-Maybe two.

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-Thanks for your help.

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-Thanks for your help.

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-We'll come back and visit sometime.

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-Bye! See you soon!

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-Now let's eat some more rust, man.

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-Quick, before the hole

-freezes over completely.

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-Pegwn, lower the rescue line!

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-Right, Pegwn - pull us up.

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-Hold on tight!

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-Flappity flippers!

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-Pegwn, hit the brake.

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-Pegwn, hit the brake.

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-Brake? Brake? Brake!

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-Brake!

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-Nice driving, Pegwn.

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-Thank you, Captain.

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-I still can't believe you found

-living creatures down there.

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-How many microbes were down there?

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-How many microbes were down there?

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-Well, let's see.

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-Carry the two, multiply by five...

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-About 10,000,362.

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-Oh, no, wait - I forgot about

-that big one with the squiggly tail.

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Pan fydd yr Octonots yn dod o hyd i lyn dirgel o dan yr Antarctig, mae Cregynnog yn awyddus i weld a oes creaduriaid yn byw yn y dwr coch. The Octonots discover a red lake in the Antarctic.


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