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a'r Llyffaint Dart Gwenwynig

Mae'r Octonots yn dod ar draws llyffaint dart gwenwynig ar ol i eger llanw peryglus daro'r Amason. The Octonauts find out about poison dart frogs after a tidal bore sweeps up 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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-A little vegimal told me that

-this new GUP that Ira's building...

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-..is called the GUP-H.

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-That's right, Harri.

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-That's right, Harri.

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-What exactly does the GUP-H do?

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-It's a surprise.

-You'll find out soon.

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-But I reckon I can guess it first.

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-Maybe the H is a clue.

-The GUP-H is made for... hopping!

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-No, that's not it.

-How's it going, Ira?

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-On schedule. We're almost ready to

-show everybody what this GUP can do.

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-Very good, we'll be

-in the Octopod if you need us.

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-Hmm! Just one more guess, sir.

-The GUP-H is for... hiccupping.

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-No. Hammering! Honking! Helping!

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-All of our GUPs help.

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-Uh-oh. I'm picking up

-a reading on the wavetracker.

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-A tidal bore is heading from

-the ocean into the Amazon River.

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-A tidal bore is a wave

-that moves up the river.

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-The water in the river

-makes it rise really high.

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-Creatures can get hurt or thrown out

-of the water onto the shore.

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-Let's head to the river to help.

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-Harri, Pegwn, Wythenyn -

-to the GUP-A.

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-We've reached the river.

-Where's the tidal bore now?

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-The tidal bore hit the river about

-an hour ago. You've just missed it.

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-Thanks. We're heading in.

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-Look out

-for creatures who need our help.

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-Aye-aye, Captain.

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-It's awfully quiet.

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-It's awfully quiet.

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-Hmm, that's strange.

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-It's awfully quiet.

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-No creatures down here?

-We'll check the surface.

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-Where is everybody?

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-Did you hear that?

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-It's coming from the shore.

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-Aye, mateys, there's a group

-of tiny frogs in the trees...

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-..and one of them is...

-waving to us!

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-Let's investigate.

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-Ahoy there, matey.

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-Don't touch, don't touch!

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-Don't touch, don't touch!

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-I'm not going to hurt you.

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-No, but he could hurt you.

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-Come on. This little guy? Hurt me?

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-That's right.

-I'm a poison dart frog.

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-I don't bite or sting,

-but my skin is covered in poison.

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-So if you touch me,

-you're in trouble, big trouble.

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-That's why they have

-such brightly coloured skin.

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-It's like a "do not touch" sign.

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-Pleased to meet you just the same.

-Name's Robert-Robert.

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-I'm Captain Cwrwgl, and this

-is Harri, Cregynog and Pegwn.

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-We're looking for anyone

-who needs help after the tidal bore.

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-We've got a big, big problem.

-Fish in the trees.

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-The tidal bore must have thrown

-all the fish up into the trees.

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-That's not good for the fish,

-they need water to breathe.

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-They do have some water.

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-They do have some water.

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-Not enough to last.

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-There now,

-back in the river where you belong.

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-There are lots more stuck up high,

-really high in the trees...

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-..and that means trouble, big

-trouble, for us poison dart frogs!

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-It's a disaster!

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-Our eggs are about to hatch,

-and when they do...

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-You need the puddles of water

-up in the trees for the tadpoles!

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-But why do they need

-puddles of water?

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-When they hatch,

-they're not frogs, they're tadpoles.

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-They look like fish

-and swim in water.

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-Each puddle makes a perfect

-little home for our tadpoles...

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-..so they can swim around

-and stay safe.

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-But now, all of the puddles

-up in the trees are full of fish!

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-We need to get the fish out of the

-trees to make room for the tadpoles.

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-Octonots - to the HQ!

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-The tidal bore

-has swept fish high into the trees.

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-Our mission is to get them out of

-the trees and back into the water.

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-I'm ready to climb the highest tree,

-Captain.

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-Trees in the Amazon are very tall.

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-It could take a long time

-to climb to the top.

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-Hmm, we need a faster way.

-Ira, what do you think?

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-The GUP-H is ready, Cap.

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-Meet us at the rescue site

-as fast as you can.

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-Time to launch the GUP-H.

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-Whoa! I sure hope this works.

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-Yes! Now we'll get to the others

-faster than you can say...

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-Whoa!

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-Don't worry, this'll steady her out.

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-Whoops! Wrong button, sorry. This

-is my first time flying this thing.

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-There, that's better.

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-Ira to Captain Cwrwgl,

-we have lift-off and are on our way.

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-Let's rescue fish stuck in the lower

-branches of the trees.

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-Robert-Robert,

-will you and the other frogs...

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-..help us find

-all the stranded fish?

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-When we find the fish

-we'll point and signal with a croak.

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-That's how we croak.

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-Keep watch on the eggs and signal us

-when they start to hatch?

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-Will do, will do.

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-Poison dart frogs, let's hop to it.

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-Alright, Octonots,

-let's hop to it too.

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-Oh, steady.

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-Found a fish, found a fish.

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-A piranha. Alright,

-into the bucket, and no biting.

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-Here's another!

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-I'll take you back to the river.

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-Up here, up here!

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-This way, this way!

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-I see one, I see one!

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-Coming, coming!

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-Tadpoles! Tadpoles!

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-Tadpoles! Tadpoles!

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-Tadpoles! Tadpoles!

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-Tadpoles! Tadpoles!

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-The tadpoles are hatching,

-the tadpoles are hatching!

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-Congratulations.

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-I'm so excited. Time to start

-putting the tadpoles in puddles.

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-Is it just me

-or is it starting to get windy?

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-That's not wind.

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-That's not wind.

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-Yeow! It's a giant flying bug!

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-It's the GUP-H.

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-Whoa.

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-Whoa.

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-I based the design on a dragonfly.

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-And the H is for helicopter!

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-You're just in time, Ira.

-Octonots, let's do this!

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-Ho-ho, that tickles!

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-Are the little ones

-safe and accounted for?

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-Yes, they are, yes, they are.

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-Every tadpole has its own

-puddle except for one. Mine!

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-Isn't she cute?

-I named her Roberta-Roberta.

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-Time to find one last puddle.

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-Ah-ah, whoaaa!

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-Help, help!

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-Help, help!

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-Help! Robert-Robert needs help!

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-Ira, do you read me?

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-Loud and clear, Cap.

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-Robert-Robert needs help.

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-I see him, Captain,

-and the tadpole on his back.

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-Ira, take us over to that tree.

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-Harri, remember, he's a poison

-dart frog, so don't touch.

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-Oh, oh, oh...!

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-Don't worry, I've got you!

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-Ah, oh, ah... Argh!

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-Phew.

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-Special delivery.

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-Oh, thank you, thank you.

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-Oh, thank you, thank you.

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-Thank you, thank you.

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-Thank you, thank you!

-Thank you, thank you!

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-Good work, Octonots,

-time to head home.

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-Hey, Harri, guess what else

-the H in GUP-H stands for?

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-What?

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-What?

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-Hold on!

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-Yeow!

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Mae'r Octonots yn dod ar draws llyffaint dart gwenwynig ar ol i eger llanw peryglus daro'r Amason. The Octonauts find out about poison dart frogs after a tidal bore sweeps up the Amazon.