I really think the rest of the online games should be added to this wiki since Kickboxing Kangaroo, Draco Glide and Aviva's Eel-Ectric Challenge! are the only three games with pages on this wiki.
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I like this wiki
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Hi I went on this wiki today because i love you. Anyway, Bye!
Hey,,excuse me, are we gonna get an update on the creature power suits list soon? Ostrich and Water Bear powers haven't been added yet 😟😟😟
Was there an episode where someone says “you’re starting to sound like Gourmand”?
In Wild Kratts, the American Red Squirrel often appears in the later North American woodlands episodes. They look like the picture above, minus Chris's power suit.
In the Creature Power Games event, a picture of one is shown as one of the contestants for the "Incredible Climbers!" category (you can see it below). But if you were to look closer, it has additional ear tufts similar to that of its Old World counterpart, the Eurasian Red Squirrel. Do you think it's distinct enough to be added to the list of species seen in the show?
This butterfly was seen in the episodes Mimic (took place in Africa) and Elephant Brains (took place in India and Africa but I think the butterfly was shown in the India segment?), and I'm not exactly sure what it is.
Two previous identifications that it went by on the wiki included pioneer white and Indian wanderer. While in the middle of making a page for it under Pioneer White, I eventually realized that the butterfly was purely identical to the monarch but with white (and yellowish) replacing the orange. Of the many differences, the most distinct separation between the animated "pioneer" and a real pioneer is the exoskeleton; the animated pioneer has a bare black exoskeleton with small white spots while the real pioneer has a white exoskeleton covered with white fuzz.
I eventually concluded that it was most likely one of the members of Danaini which includes the monarch and close relates, which have the same unique spotted exoskeleton. My best guesses were:
Parantica aglea, the glassy tiger. Lives in India but not Africa, looks closest to a white monarch butterfly but not quite, doesn't have yellowish
Parantica aspasia, the yellow glassy tiger. Lives close to India, looks just like glassy tiger but with a slight bluish instead of white, has yellowish
Danaus plexippus (white morph), the white monarch. Isn't native to either location but has been reported in both continents, is hypothetically the best option in terms of just appearance, some have yellowish but inconsistent
Graphium angolanus, the Angola white lady. Probably isn't the mystery butterfly but listing it here as it's the only one from Africa that at least has a few similar defining features like monarch-like upperwing pattern and spotted exoskeleton
It's is only seen for a few seconds in each of its episodes and is most likely just used as a placeholder species, but what species of butterfly do you think it is? I would love to hear since it had me stumped for a long while!
Hello everyone! I'm BigBlackVaquita1500! Just in case you don't know what a vaquita is, it's a beautiful (but super rare) porpoise from Mexico. If I were to explain what a vaquita was, though, this would become a book. So let's get into those plots!
- Queen Alexandra's Birdwing (Gourmand wants to use these huge butterflies as garnishes)
- Bluebirds (Paisley wants to cut down trees where they are living and wants to use the forest as a storage base.)
- Leatherback sea turtle (Zach and Gourmand partner up to get a huge leatherback. Zach wants the shell, and Gourmand wants the meat)
That's all for now. Let me know what creatures and ideas you want me to plot!
Amazing Migrations: The Wild Kratts learn about why animals migrate by going to different continents, Chris goes to Africa to learn about wildebeest, Martin goes to the Christmas Island to learn about Christmas Island red crabs and Koki goes to the Arctic to learn about tundra swans. Meanwhile, the villains plan on capturing various migrating animals for their schemes. This would be a special.
Creature Powers used:
Red Crab Power(Martin)
Coconut Crab Power(Martin)
Tundra Swan Power(Koki)
Wildebeest Power(Chris and Aviva)
Comment below what you think!
In the Wild Kratts' animated series, there weren't zoos and aquariums. The animated Kratts were probably against that.
In the real world, some species were extinct in the wild, like the scimitar oryxes. Probably only the live-action Kratts had/will seen the scimitar oryx in captive, while the animated Kratts will/would not in the wild. Don't you think?
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I belive Martin should activate these powers as he does have the discs for it.
Archerfish School:Aviva programmed discs for them and that is the basis for the Archerfish Power.
Various Episodes:Martin is shown to have the Rhino disc(Think Under Frozen Pond when Martin was searching for the Beaver Disc,The First Disc you see is the rhino disc)
I think there should be more Wild Kratts episodes that take place in Europe. Who agrees?