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Wild KrattsEdit

Wild Kratts is a animated children series created by Chris Kratt and Martin Kratt. It is produced by the Kratt Brothers Company and 9 Story Entertainment. It is presented by PBS in the United States, and TVOntario, Tele-Quebec, and Knowledge Network in Canada. The show's aim is to educate children aged 6-10 about biology, zoology, and ecology, and teaches kids small ways to make big impacts. The show is broadcast in the US, Canada, South America, Middle East, Israel, Spain, and Ireland.

Genre Adventure Comedy
Format 40x22 Minutes
Created By Martin Kratt and Chris Kratt
Written By Eva Almos, Chris Kratt, Martin Kratt, Chris Roy
Directed By Luc Chamberland ("Polar Bears Don't Dance"); Eva Almos, Chris Kratt, Martin Kratt (all others)
Presented By Chris Kratt and Martin Kratt
Voices Of Eva Almos (Donita Donata), Heather Bambrick (Koki), Zach Bennette (Zach Varmitech and Chef Gaston Gourmand), Cory Duran (Dabio), Athena Karkanis (Aviva Corcovado), Chris Kratt (as himself), Martin Kratt (as himself), Johnathen Malen (Jimmy Z)
Theme Music Composer Pure West
Opening Theme Wild Kratts Theme Song (Gonna Go Wild Kratts)
Ending Theme Gonna Go Wild Kratts (instrumental)
Country of Origin USA, Canada
Language English
No. of Seasons/Episodes 2/66


The basic plot of the series is usually to save the animals from various situations, be it villains, general human influence, or confusion on a baby animal's part. Most episodes focus on villains, but those that do not usually focus on soe real world problem, either directly (as seen in "Stuck On Sharks" where Gourmand captured a shark for making shark fin soup) or indirectly through allegory ("Build It Beaver" had the beaver's dam destroyed repeatedly through various means; an allegory for deforestation). Still some episodes aim to change the way a seen- creatures that are usually considered frightening, such as bats and crocodiles.

Along the way, viewers learn about the animals and their lives as the Kratt brothers and the Wild Kratts gang (consisting of the Kratts themselves, Aviva, Koki, and Jimmy) figure out the ways to either right wrongs or to get out of the strange (and always amusing) situations they are in. It was stated in an interview that the villains do not learn about the animals and this is why they are always unsucessful.

Some of their adventures have put them in grave danger or even brought them seconds away from death. In these episodes, it can be just the nature of the mission, or it can be the cause of a villain. Although in only one case ("Platypus Cafe") did the villain (Gaston Gourmand) actually intend to cause harm to one of the brothers. In other episodes, the villain had not thought it through (Zach in "Mystery of the Weird Looking Walrus"), or was not aware of the medical risks involved. They also occasionally enlist the help of the Wild Kratts Kids, children who help the Wild Kratts from their home however they can, whether it is moving animals or helping rebuild habitats.


Original Airing: January 3, 2011


Preceeded By: Be The Creature

Related Shows: Kratt's Creatures, Zoboomafoo

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