Octonauts & the Great Barrier Reef (2020) - full transcript

Octonauts must find a way to hold back hungry swarms of coral eating starfish to save a new friend's fragile reef home.

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Octonauts, to your stations.

Barnacles!

Kwazii!

Peso!

Explore!

- Rescue!
- Protect!

Octonauts!

I’m just a tiny speck

on a big round planet,

in a big blue ocean.



And my dream is to live here,
on the Great Barrier Reef.

It’s the biggest reef on Earth,

so huge you can see it from outer space.

The Octonauts and the Great Barrier Reef.

Pretty cool, huh?

And guess what?

This humongous reef
was built by little bitty guys like me.

No. That’s not me.

Over here.

That’s me.

I’m a coral polyp.

My name’s Corey.

I’m the new kid on the reef.

And, whoa!



I may be little but I’ll grow

If only there were somewhere safe
And quiet I could go

Hello!

Aren’t you a little bit...

Small?

- Sure, but...
- It’s just that you’re a little bit...

Slow? Shy?

All of the above I’d say.

You’re just a little “bit.”

That’s it. A bit.

- Yeah but...
- No buts, Bit.

You’d better open up your eyes

You’re not equipped with anything
To make up for your size

Without a shell or tentacles
Or razor sharp teeth

You’re gonna be in trouble
When there’s danger on the reef

Good luck, Little Bit.
Hope you learn to bite,

Bite? But I don’t have teeth.

I’m little, but I’ll grow

What does that toothy bully know?

I’m a tiny Little Bit in the big blue sea

I’d be surprised
If anybody even noticed me

But I can take it, make it If I never quit

I hope A Little Bit can find a way to fit

- Beep beep.
- Look out.

Yeah, I’m coming. I’m coming through here.

Watch it, kid.

- Sorry.
- Get out of my way.

Hello.

I’m new here and...

And you could use some advice?

Um, well...

I’m a Snot Sea Cucumber
And I’ve got a little tip

The snot I make is great
For giving predators the slip

If I were as small as you
I’d never drop my guard

So make some snot and make a lot
It’s snot that hard

Did you get that shorty?

Ooze it or lose it.

But where am I going to get a lot of snot?

I’m little but I’ll grow

What does that snotty sea thing know?

I’m a tiny Little Bit in the big blue sea

I’d be surprised if anybody
Even noticed me

But I can take it, make it If I never quit

I hope a Little Bit can find a way to fit

If you’re in trouble
or if you’re in doubt,

Little Bit, Little Bit

Swallow some water and puff yourself out.

Little Bit, Little Bit

I like to give ’em a snappy surprise.

Little Bit, Little Bit

Gotta be quick if you’re tiny in size.

- Little Bit, Little Bit
- I’m a tiny Little Bit in the big blue sea

I’d be surprised
If anybody even noticed me

But I can take it, make it
If I never quit

I hope a Little Bit can find a way to fit

I’m a Tiny Little Bit in a big blue sea

I’m tiny now
But that’s not how I’m always gonna be

So I can take it, make it
Never gonna quit

’Cause every Little Bit
Can find a way to...

Octonauts.

We’re getting close to our landing spot
for the Gup-W.

Oh hello. Um, are you all right?

Yeah.

But I’m sort of stuck.

Don’t worry. We’re about to land,

and then we’ll get you unstuck.

Tweak, activate Reef Mode.

You got it, Cap.

- Incoming!
- Ah!

Peso, meet me outside.

We have a passenger
stuck to the windscreen.

Here he is.

We’ll have you on your way in no time.

Thanks.

Here you go.

Nice and easy.

That’s better.

Thank you.

Do you feel okay?

I feel fine.

My name’s Corey.

Nice to meet you, Corey. I’m Peso.

And I’m Captain Barnacles.

And this thing
that bumped into you is the Gup-W.

Whoa. I’ve never seen a Bup-Bubble-you.

What’s it do?

The Gup-W is a mobile medical base.

It will help
keep the reef healthy and clean.

Whoa.

Hey Cap.

I’ll have the bubble filters working
faster than you can say

buncha munchy-crunchy carrots.

Thanks, Tweak.

The bubble filters
will help clean the water

so coral like you will stay healthy.

Ah, hello Professor.

Oh hello.
I’m just working on the new algae garden.

Whoa.

Yes, there’s an algae garden
to feed hungry fish.

Sweet.

And there’s a sick bay
for any creature who is hurt or sick.

- It comes equipped with a nurse-bot.
- Hi.

- And a Bandage-bot.
- Bandage.

Wow.

I’ve never seen anything like this.
I’m totally new to the reef.

I’m just a little coral polyp
looking for a place to settle down

and start building coral.
But I can’t seem to find the right spot.

I’m starting to think

there just isn’t
a place for me on this reef.

Of course there is. Who do you think built
the Great Barrier Reef?

Little coral polyps like you, Corey.

I bet we can help you
find the right location to settle down.

Did somebody say location?

You just gotta know where to look.

You gotta move it along, get snappy

Snappy snap snaps the groove

Reef living is about location

I get location so I gotta move

Location, Location, Location

Snappy snap to where you wanna be

Location, Location, Location

- Snappy snap snap with me
- And me

Location, Location, Location

Location

- Location - Location

So I’m Clovis.

He’s a crab. And I’m Laverne.

She’s a sea sponge.

I carry her around on my back
’cause she protects me.

And thanks to his legs
I get to travel around to find food.

I’m Lamar.

- Damar.
- Jamar.

- We’re worms.
- We go along for the ride.

Listen. I know this reef
like the back of my claw.

So let’s snap to it
and find you the perfect location.

Location, Location, Location

Location

- Location - Location

Location

Snap with me.

Can we clap too?

Why not? Everybody.

Location, Location, Location

Snappy snap to where you wanna be

Location, Location, Location

Snappy snap snap with me
You gotta move it along, get snappy

Snappy snap snap’s the groove

Reef living is about location

We get location so we gotta move

Location, Location, Location

Snappy snap to where you wanna be

Location, Location, Location

Snappy snap snap with us

Snappy clappy on the reef’s a must

Snappy snap snap with me

Location

I gotta say this looks like a nice spot.

- It sure does.
- Very nice.

- Lovely.
- Looks good.

And it’s right next to the Gup-W.

We could be neighbors.

What do you think Corey?

Nice temperature.

Clear water. Oh it’s perfect.

Congratulations. You’ve found your spot
on the Great Barrier Reef.

Glad I ran into you guys.

Or, uh, you ran into me.

Welcome to the neighborhood, kid.
We’ll see you round.

- See ya.
- Bye.

- So long.
- Farewell.

Bye and thanks.

Hey Cap,

I could use your help
with the bubble filters.

They’re not working yet.

Of course, Tweak. Um, excuse me Corey.

Well, enough floating around.

Time to settle down
and start building some coral.

Here I go, go, go.
Watch me grow, grow, grow!

Oh well done, Corey.

Really? How do I look?

You look good. How do you feel?

I feel… bigger.

And if I keep on growing

one day I’ll be big enough
to be somebody’s home.

Well, you’ve made a good start.
Let’s give you a check-up.

Start by growing in the sand

Grow little by little
Stretch till you stand

Nice and straight now till you’re tall.

Big things are built
From things that are small.

Your stalk is nice and sturdy.

And you already have some zooxanthellae.

I have zooxanthellae? Is that good?

Yes. Zooxanthellae live
inside every healthy coral.

They help make food for you
so you can grow big and strong.

Start by growing in the sand

Grow little by little
Stretch till you stand

Nice and straight now till you’re tall

Big things are built
From things that are small

I’ll check on you later, Corey.

But for now, just relax
and settle into your new home.

Peso? What’s that?

What’s...

It’s a tentacle attack.

And it looks
like these tentacles belong to…

you.

You betcha.

I’m a mound coral,
and these are my sweeper tentacles.

I use ’em to attack anything
that threatens to take over my space

on the reef.

Then please stop.
We won’t take over your space on the reef.

The Gup-W will
only be here for a little while.

Mm, fine. I’ll back off.

For now. But at the first sign of trouble,

my sweeper tentacles come out again.

I promise we’ll be good neighbors.

We won’t give you any trouble,
Mister Mound Coral.

Hm. We’ll see about that,
you little whippersnapper.

I’ve lived here a long time.

Long enough to know that there’s
always some kind of trouble on the reef.

Mark my words, I feel it coming

Hear my words, I hear it humming

On the current, with the tide

Trouble I can’t sweep aside

Trouble on the reef

Trouble, bubble, grief

I warn you there’ll be trouble on the reef

Mark my words, oh noisy neighbors

Hear me, do yourselves a favor

On the current, with the tide
Comes trouble you can’t sweep aside

More trouble creeps this way

Trouble here to stay

I warn you there’ll be trouble on the reef

Emergency.

Hurt sea sponge coming through.

I’ve been spiked.

- It’s terrible.
- It’s horrible.

It’s not good.

Let me take a look.

So what do you think, Doc?

I need to perform
a spike-ectomy right away.

To the Gup-W.

Good luck.

Tweezers, please.

Tweezers.

Don’t worry. I promise this will be quick.

Ready?

I’m ready.

She’s ready.

I can’t watch.

Neither can I.

I’m not watching.

Steady.

The spike is out.

Oh, that’s better.

Better.

- Ointment please, Nursebot.
- Ointment.

Bandage please, Bandagebot.

Bandage.

Bandage.

- Not me. The patient.
- Oops.

Un-bandage me, please.

Bandage.

- That’s more like it, Bandagebot.
- You’re welcome.

Thanks for taking care of my best friend.

You know, I can’t survive
without this sea sponge on my back.

Aww. And where would I be without you?

Nowhere. I don’t have legs.

Hey, you got my back, and I got yours.

We’re quite a team.

How did you get spiked in the first place?

Well, I was in a hurry
sidestepping over some coral…

And then all of a sudden
I bumped into something sharp and pointy.

But I couldn’t see what it was.

Did you worms see anything?

- No.
- Nada.

Well, whatever it was,
you’re safe and sound now.

Kwazii to Gup-W.
How’s it going over there Captain?

It’s going well, Kwazii.

We’re already helping
creatures on the reef.

Tunip and I are cooking up
a little surprise for everyone

when you all get back.

Ooh, what is it?

I can’t tell you, matey. It’s a surprise.

Surprise!

Kwazii out.

Right, when the crew gets back
from the Gup-W,

we’re gonna celebrate
with a special dinner.

Dinner!

But there’s one thing
I’ve got to do first.

Let’s see.

Three times to the right.

Two times to the left.

Once back to the right. And...

Ha ha.

Many a sneaky scallywag

would like to get
their paws on what’s inside here.

Come on, Tunip.

Stop lollylaggin’.

All right, mateys. In honor of the Gup-W,

we’re gonna make something special.

And there’s nothing more special

than Pirate pie.

Pirate pie?

That’s right. Pirate pie.

From a secret recipe
known only by me grandad, Calico Jack.

Like I said, secret.

All right, me hearties, are you ready?

Then listen close
and mind ya fins and flippers.

For Pirate pie you chop chop chop
Yes, Pirate pie you chop chop chop

’Cause Pirate like to chop chop chop

At the bottom of the deep blue
Chop chop chop

Tunip, got any essence of peg leg?

Hm, uh-huh.

What about powdered parrot feather?

Just needs to be a little more powdery.

Ready to do some pounding, mateys?

Ready.

For Pirate pie you pound pound pound

Yes, Pirate pie you pound pound pound

’Cause Pirates like to pound pound pound

At the bottom of the deep blue
Pound pound pound

That’s more like it. Thanks, mateys.

And now we mix in an old leather boot.

Wait, not like that, Tunip.

Pour it into the boot
and then mix it all up.

Just like me Pirate grandad
Calico Jack taught me.

For Pirate pie you mix mix mix

Yes, Pirate pie you mix mix mix

’Cause Pirates like to mix mix mix

At the bottom of the deep blue
Mix mix mix

Mmmm, savor that swashbuckling aroma.

Mix in sea glop, sea gloop
Leafy greasy kelp soup

Deep-sea algae, floatin’ down the line

Salt flakes, snot steaks
Mistake, tummy ache

Come on in, the pie is fine

Aye, that’s the stuff.

But before we can put these in the oven,

we have to add a secret ingredient

that me grandad Calico Jack
told me never to reveal.

I can’t tell you, matey. It’s a secret.

But it’s something
that you can find only on a coral reef.

You keep stirring
and I’ll be back with it soon.

Dashi and Shellington to Gup-W.

What is it, Dashi?

Shellington and I are out on the reef.

We just found this patch of sick coral.

- That doesn’t look good.
- Okay, we have your location.

I’ll be there as fast as I can.

A perfect time
for you to test out the Gup-P.

Right, Captain.

Sweet ride.

This way, Peso.

Most of the coral
around here looks healthy.

Except for this patch.

The water is a bit dirty.

But nothing that would cause
this kind of damage to the coral.

Then what else could have made it sick?

I’ll tell you what.

I saw the whole thing.

He’s a Watchman Goby.

He’s got the best eyesight on the reef.
Good for spotting danger.

And he’s a blind shrimp.
He digs a place for us to hide.

We keep each other safe.

And you saw what happened to this coral?

Yes, I saw three creatures.

Three.

They had lots of arms.

- Lots.
- Their arms were covered in spikes.

Spikes.

They crawled right up on the coral.

Crawled.

And when they crawled off again,
the coral was pale and sickly.

Pale and sickly.

Does this look like one of their spikes?

Why, yes.

Hm, that looks familiar.

Did the creatures you saw look like this?

Yeah that’s exactly what they looked like.

What is that, Shellington?

It’s called a...

Kwazii!

A Kwazii?

Hi, Kwazii.

How’s the surprise coming?

It’s coming along just fine.

As a matter of fact, I’m out collecting
a secret ingredient for it.

I see.

And what are you up to?

We’re about to take
this hurt coral back to the Gup-W.

How did it get hurt?

The creature who did it
was covered in these spikes.

Shiver me whiskers.

I’ve seen spikes in my time

In a fin, in a paw, left behind
Serving as a clue

What leaves a spike
In the sandy sea floor?

Now I think I know, do you?

Some beast from the legends of old

And the tales that describe
Monsters strange but true

Something creepy and crawly
And sneaky and spiked

A sea monster from the Briny Blue

Yikes.

I don’t think
it was a sea monster, Kwazii.

I think it was a Crown of Thorns Starfish.

All right then. Let’s try this again.

What leaves a spike
In the sandy sea floor?

Spiky starfish from the briny blue

That still gets a “yikes” from us.

What he said.

Let’s get this coral back to the sick bay.

I’ll go with you.

Just in case
there’s any more spiky trouble.

This coral will get better.

But it’ll take some time.

And what hurt the coral?

We think it was
a Crown of Thorns Starfish.

They’re covered in spikes

just like the one
that was stuck in Laverne.

So that’s what got me?

These Crown of Thorns Starfish
sound dangerous, Cap.

Well it’s perfectly normal to have a few
Crown of Thorns Starfish on the reef.

But sometimes
when the water on the reef gets dirty,

more and more
Crown of Thorns Starfish appear.

That can be bad for the reef.

And when there’s too many of them,
it’s called an outbreak.

Captain,

an outbreak of Crown of Thorns Starfish
would destroy this reef.

Then we better find out
how many of them are out there. And fast.

Dashi, Shellington, Tweak,
you search this part of the reef.

Kwazii and Peso, we’ll search the other.

Octonauts, let’s do this.

Hello, have you seen this starfish?

No. Haven’t seen ’em around here.

No.

Nuh-uh.

No.

Huh, so far nobody’s seen
any Crown of Thorns Starfish on the reef.

Maybe they’re gone now, Captain.

A-ha.

Three trails.

And a tell-tale spike.

Shiver me whiskers.

Cap’n, Peso,
you better come and look at this.

Flappity flippers.

Have you seen a tasty treat
Tasty treat, tasty treat

Have you seen a tasty treat
We’re wanting something yum

Have you seen a tasty treat
Tasty treat, tasty treat

Have you seen a tasty treat
We’re rumbling in the tum

Wow, that’s more spiky arms
than we can count.

What kind of tasty treat
are they looking for?

Coral. Nom, nom, nom.

They want to eat the coral? Oh no.

If they all march onto the reef to eat
the coral, it’ll be a Crown of Thorns…

Outbreak!

Time to sound the Octo Alert.

Octonauts, to the Gup-W.

Octonauts, our mission...

What’s going on?

Yeah, we deserve to know.

Yeah.

Octonauts and, um, Reef Creatures.

We need to protect the Great Barrier Reef
from a Crown of Thorns outbreak.

- Outbreak!
- Outbreak!

Crown of Thorns?

The Crown of Thorns Starfish
will destroy the coral.

That’s me.

And if the coral goes…

- We all go.
- We all go.

Yeah.

- No coral, no home.
- No coral, no home.

We corals can’t protect ourselves
from an outbreak.

Even my sweeper tentacles can’t keep me
safe from the Crown of Thorns Starfish.

We’re doomed.

We’re doomed?

But I’m just getting started.

Now hold on.

The Octonauts will protect you.

And if we all work together

we can keep this reef safe.

- But how?
- But how?

All we need is a plan, mateys.
And Captain Barnacles here

is the best at figuring out a plan.

So what the plan?

The Crown of Thorns Starfish are hungry.

So we need to give them something
to munch on instead of the coral.

Something to munch on?

Aye, well, that’s as easy as…

- Pirate pie!
- Pirate pie!

Kwazii,
I’m sure your Pirate pie is delicious,

but what makes you think

the Crown of Thorns Starfish
would like to eat it?

Because of the secret ingredient, Cap’n.

Ah, what’s the secret ingredient?

Coral slime.

Coral slime?

Ssshhh.

That’s brilliant. Only coral can make...

Ssshhh.

Coral slime.

Crown of Thorns Starfish like to eat coral
so they might like Kwazii’s Pirate pie

because the secret ingredient is…

Coral slime.

It’s not so secret anymore, is it?

Tunip, how many Pirate pies
do we have ready to bake?

He says we have eight.

We’ll need about a thousand more of them.

And fast.

We’re gonna need a lot of coral slime.

I’ll make some.

I think I just made some.

Well, that’s a start.

That’s very kind of you both.

Cap, if we’re baking a thousand pies,
we’re gonna need a bigger oven.

And some time to cook.

The Crown of Thorns Starfish
could be here by nightfall.

We have to keep them off the reef
until those Pirate pies are ready.

I’ll just pick those
spiky starfish up and move ’em off.

Hold on.

The spikes on the Crown of Thorns Starfish
are poisonous and sharp.

They can poke through thick gloves,

and if you get spiked,
it’ll make you sick.

And believe me, it hurts.

Better use these grabbers
to pick ’em up, Kwazz.

But there are too many of them to pick up,

even with grabbers.

Agreed.
We need another way to protect the reef.

If we can’t stop
the Crown of Thorns Starfish,

then maybe we can slow them down

until Tunip and the Vegimals
bake the Pirate pies.

Hm, perhaps a cloud
of octopus ink might slow them down.

How about two clouds of ink?

Or three?

Ha ha, that’s the spirit.

Slippery snot’ll slow ’em down.

I’m a guard crab.

We guard crabs may be small,

but we’re not afraid to snap our claws
at a Crown of Thorns Starfish.

- Yeah!
- Yeah!

And Cap, we could use
the Gup-P and the Nursebots

to make lots of bubbly water
to hold ’em off.

Great idea.

All right, Tweak, Dashi, Shellington
and Tunip, back to the Octopod.

You got it Cap.
One thousand Pirate pies coming right up.

You’re in charge now, matey.
Don’t take your eyes off this.

The rest of us will stay
and protect the coral.

Inkling,

your team will take the rocks.

Ha, our ink should slow them down.

Kwazii,

you and the spotted guard crabs will hide
in the coral for a surprise attack.

We’ll give those spiky scallywags
a snappy surprise.

Peso, you and the Snot Sea Cucumbers

will hold back
the Crown of Thorns Starfish

with a zone of slippery snot
around the coral near the Gup-W.

They shall s-not pass.

And I’ll move out front

with the giant clams and the sea squirts.

Octonauts and Reef Creatures,
let’s do this.

Captain Barnacles to Tweak.

We’re in position here.
How’s it going there?

Well Cap, I turned
the engine room into a giant oven.

Up in the kitchen,

Tunip and the Vegimals
are adding coral slime to the Pirate pies

faster than you can say
buncha munchy crunchy carrots.

And down here Shellington and Dashi
are cooking ’em by the hundreds.

Great.

All right everyone.
The Great Barrier Reef is depending on us.

Can you feel the rising tide?

Can you smell the Pirate pie?

Looking back we’ll burst with pride
To say

To say

That we gave it everything we’ve got

Every drop of ink and snot

When we tell of how we fought today

Today

For the reef, for the sea

We are standing side by side

To protect, to resist

When the hungry swarm arrives

By our wits, by our hearts
By our teamwork

And a thousand pies

You and I were just in time

With a little coral slime

What a way to finally find my place

My place

Calling

Every watchman, guard and scout

Show your nerve and stow your doubt

For the moment we’re about to face

To face

For the Reef, for the Sea

We are standing side by side

To protect, to resist

When the hungry swarm arrives

By our wits, by our hearts
By our teamwork

And a thousand pies

For the Sea
We are standing side by side

- And a thousand pies
- To protect

To resist
When the hungry swarm arrives

- And a thousand pies
- By our wits, by our hearts

By our teamwork

And a thousand pies

A thousand pies

And a thousand pies

Well, Cap,
any sign of the Crown of Thorns Starfish?

Not yet.

Here we come.

The starfish are coming.

Hurry, tunnel to the Captain
and tell him they’re coming.

I’m on it.

Step aside. Move away.

Shrimp in a hurry.

Coming through.

Psst, down here.

Hello there.

The Crown of Thorns Starfish are coming.

- Coming!
- Thanks for the warning.

Attention, everyone.

The Crown of Thorns Starfish
are on their way.

Remember, hold your positions.

Don’t squirt, slime, snap or ink
until you see the tips of their spikes.

Tonight we’ll eat the tasty reef
Tasty reef, tasty reef

Tonight we’ll eat the reef
And we’ll have coral in our tums

Giant Clams and Sea Squirts, get ready.

Set.

Squirt.

Bubbles!

More bubbles!

Bubbles are trouble.

Good work. Keep it up.

Your bubbles will hold them off.

I’ll see if anyone needs
some back-up bubbles.

Time to eat the tasty reef
Tasty reef, tasty reef

Time to eat the tasty reef
Coral here we come

Let’s give them
the old cephalopod surprise.

Ready.

Here we come

Set.

Ink.

Here we come.

Ink!

Here we come.

Oh my. We may need more ink.

How about some bubbles?

Yes. They’re backing off.

Bubbles!

Well done, Captain.

I’d better check on Kwazii.

Here we come.

Ready?

Aim.

Snap!

I’ve gotcha.

Claws bad.

More bubbles.

- Oh no, you don’t.
- Here we come.

Come here.

We did it, mateys.

You’re the bravest swashbucklers
I ever met.

Kwazii, behind you.

Here we come.

Bubbles!

Right on time, Captain.

Well done, everyone.

That was snappy.

Coral yum, yum, yum.

There’s a lot of them.

Don’t worry, Corey. We’ll keep you safe.

Ready.

- Coral yum, yum, yum.
- Set.

- Coral yum, yum, yum.
- Snot!

Activate bubbles.

Coral, num, num, num.

Peso.

- Help.
- Num.

- Corey.
- Nom.

Nom nom.

Ouch.

Please…

don’t eat the coral.

Peso, you saved me. Are you all right?

Oh, I’ve just got a couple of spikes
stuck in my flipper but,

ow.

I’ll be all right.

You’re the bravest neighbor I’ve ever had.

Somebody tend to those flippers.

I’ve got this.

I can’t watch.

You can’t watch? I can’t watch.

Neither can I.

We’ll see you when it’s over.

Ready, Peso?

Ready.

Steady.

You did it, Clovis.

You did it.

- He did it.
- He did it.

I could use some ointment please.

Ointment. Be right there. Here you go.

Oh that’s better. Now all I need is a...

Bandage.

Bandage.

Peso, what happened to your flipper?

I’m all right. But, Captain, look,

the Crown of Thorns Starfish.

- Here we come.
- Oh no.

Here we go again.

Steady, everyone.
We’ll think of something.

Did somebody order
a thousand freshly baked Pirate pies?

Right on time, Tweak.

Crown of Thorns Starfish.

Please do not destroy the reef.

Eat it up.

Please eat up these Pirate pies instead.

Ha ha, it’s time for coral slime.

More.

Oh, there’s more where that came from.

Pirate pies Nom, nom, nom

Good work, Octonauts and Reef Creatures.

Great squirting, inking,
snapping, and snotting.

And snotting.

Your home is safe.

Yeah? Well, what’s that awful noise?

Doesn’t sound safe to me.

Phew.

I finally finished
fixing up the bubble filters.

They’re all ready to go.

Very good. Let’s turn them on.

You got it, Cap.

Wow, it’s working.

The bubble filters
will help clean the water on the reef.

And that should stop any more outbreaks
of the Crown of Thorns Starfish.

Our home really is safe now.

I can’t argue with that,

but I would like a little more
peace and quiet around here.

Hi, Peso.
Hope your flipper’s feeling better.

Good as new. And how about you, Corey?

I’m growing as fast as I can.

Start by sitting in the sand

Grow little by little
Stretch up and stand

Nice and straight now
Strong and tall

Big things are built
From things that are small

Huh, look at you.

All grown up.

Hey, watch this.

Psst, little guy, over here.

Whew, thanks for the hiding place.

It’s my first day on the reef.

Mind if I stay here with you for a while?

Make yourself right at home.

Huh, I tell ya,
it’s nice to find a cozy spot like this

on such a big reef.

Welcome to the Great Barrier Reef.

You’re little, but you’ll grow

I’ll grow?

Believe me I should know

’Cause I was just a Little Bit
In the big blue sea

I was surprised
When anybody even noticed me

But I could take it, make it
I never ever quit

’Cause every Little Bit
Can find a way to fit

- Bubbles and slime
- And slippery snot

Little Bit, Little Bit

- Shields of ink
- And the care of a bot

Little Bit, Little Bit

All of us working together is why

Little Bit, Little Bit

Saving the day was as easy as pie

Little Bit, Little Bit

Actually, I’d say
saving the day was a “snap.” Hit it.

Hello. Has anyone seen
a little fish around here?

Nuh-uh.

Okay. I’ll look somewhere else.

I’m a tiny Little Bit in the big blue sea

We told you this location
Was the place you wanna be

And you can take it, make it
If you never quit

’Cause every little bit

Can find a way to fit

And we’re all Little Bits
In the big blue sea

But put the bits together,
and it’s called “Ecology.”

So we can take it, make it
Never gonna quit

’Cause every Little Bit

- Little Bit, Little Bit
- Yes, every Little Bit

- Little Bit, Little Bit
- Can find a way to fit

Find a way to fit

Find a way to fit

Find a way to fit

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