Wild Kratts

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  • TV-Y
  • 2010
  • 22 Seasons
  • 7.7  (2,299)

Wild Kratts is an animated television series for children that premiered in 2010 on PBS. The show stars the Kratt brothers, Chris and Martin, as they embark on thrilling adventures around the world to learn about different animals and their habitats. Each episode of Wild Kratts focuses on one particular animal or group of animals, such as cheetahs, elephants, or sharks. The Kratt brothers use their Creature Power Suits, high-tech costumes that allow them to mimic the physical abilities of the animals they are studying. With their suits on, Chris and Martin are able to run as fast as a cheetah, swim as gracefully as a dolphin, or fly as high as an eagle.

In addition to their Creature Power Suits, the Kratt brothers use a variety of other tools to study animals in the wild. They have an extensive database of information on different species, and they use high-tech gadgets like the Creature Pod and the Tortuga, a mobile headquarters that allows them to travel to remote locations.

Throughout their adventures, Chris and Martin encounter a variety of challenges and obstacles. They must think creatively and use their problem-solving skills to overcome these challenges and learn more about the animals they are studying. In each episode, the Kratt brothers not only share fascinating information about the animals, but also encourage young viewers to get out and explore nature for themselves.

Along with Chris and Martin, the show also features a cast of colorful characters, including Aviva, a tech-savvy engineer who designs the brothers’ Creature Power Suits; Koki, a computer wiz who manages the Tortuga’s technology and communications systems; and Jimmy Z, a pilot and animal enthusiast who helps the Kratt brothers navigate their way through the different habitats they explore.

One of the unique things about Wild Kratts is the way it blends education with entertainment. The show is designed to be fun and engaging for children, with plenty of action and a playful sense of humor. However, it also provides a wealth of information about wildlife and the importance of conservation. Through their adventures, Chris and Martin teach young viewers about different animal behaviors, ecological systems, and the ways humans can help protect the natural world.

Overall, Wild Kratts is a fun and informative series that is perfect for young animal enthusiasts. With its exciting adventures, engaging characters, and focus on science and conservation, the show is sure to inspire kids to explore the natural world and learn more about the animals that inhabit it.

Wild Kratts is a series that is currently running and has 22 seasons (169 episodes). The series first aired on December 31, 2010.

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Fish out of Water
3. Fish out of Water
April 4, 2024
After a mishap involving lost Creature Power Discs, the bros become marooned in the world of the mudskipper, a fish that can walk on land. Martin and Chris must find their discs amongst a weird and foreign world of intense competition, territoriality, and unexpected dangers at every turn.
Backpack the Camel
2. Backpack the Camel
April 3, 2024
The gang goes on an expedition to the Gobi Desert to discover the last remaining wild camels in the world. They experience the harshness of the desert landscape and are rescued from it only by the wild Bactrian camels and their amazing survival skills.
No Name Dream
1. No Name Dream
April 2, 2024
Martin has a dream that he's forgotten to name some baby animals and awakens in a sweat. Aviva tries to reassure him that he named them all, but after checking the data base, Koki confirms that Martin's right. It's decided. The Wild Kratts' mission is to go back and name all the "unnamed" and along the way, learn more about their "creaturenality."
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Where to Watch Wild Kratts
Wild Kratts is available for streaming on the PBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wild Kratts on demand at Amazon Prime, Netflix, Amazon, Google Play, Hoopla and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    December 31, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    7.7  (2,299)