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Wild Kratts: Every Villain, Ranked By Power

The edutainment and environmentally-conscious animated series Wild Kratts is poised to return to the airwaves this coming July. Created by brothers Chris and Martin Kratt, the show revolves around the eponymous superhero brothers who use their technologically advanced "Creature Power" suits to defeat a gang of greedy land developers who destroy natural habitats and endanger innocent animals.

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Among the six seasons and 153 episodes to date, there have been six primary villains to challenge the Kratt brothers for supremacy. While some work in tandem with the others, they all have various powers and unique superhuman abilities to help them defeat the Wild Kratts.

8 Rex

By far the weakest villain in Wild Kratts to date is Rex, the overly-chipper and way-too polite construction worker who happens to be Paisley Paver's obedient intern. With bubbly enthusiasm and a constant smile plastered on his face, Rex loves pavement and is willing to do anything Paisley says.

As such, Rex's powers are quite limited. He is moderately adept at using the technology and heavy machinery owned by his employers, Pave Nature Incorporated; but beyond that, his biggest strength is remaining loyal to Paisley's evil agenda to turn natural sites into parking lots.

7 Dabio

While Dabio's primary power is derived from his brute strength, his dim-witted intelligence takes him down a peg or two. As the official muscle and bodyguard of Donita Donata, Dabio is a low-level worker bee who answers to his superiors without wielding many superpowers.

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Despite his extremely muscular physique, Dabio is an awkward and uncoordinated henchman who often knocks things over, makes a mess, and fails to complete his simple tasks. However, Dabio does possess enough raw power to fight off enemies, protect Donita from physical harm, and carry heavy objects for clearing land.

6 Mannequin Robots

With a single-minded focus to destroy its target, the Mannequin Robots in Wild Kratts work directly for Donita Donata. The tall robotic automatons with woodlike appearances have ball joints that allow them to move their appendages with great dexterity.

The Mannequin Robots also possess the power to use Donita's Pose Beam Generator to integrate innocent animals into Donita's fashion trends. Moreover, the robots can also fly or float using jets tucked under their feet and have the ability to be put back together, unlike the Zachbots. However, the Mannequin Robots tend to be clumsy and often crash into walls after missing their target.

5 Paisley Paver

As the dastardly CEO of Pave Nature Incorporated, Paisley Paver lives by the credo that the world would be a better place with more factories and parking lot structures. To achieve this goal, Paver dispatches her loyal lapdog and intern Rex to increase deforestation and build more.

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Other than her trusty minion Rex and a bossy, impatient demeanor, Paisley hasn't many natural powers or technological gadgets to help her achieve her goal. However, as the CEO of a major corporation, her influence and intelligence remains superior.

4 Gaston Gourmand

Continuing with Gaston Gourmand, the separation of powers among the Wild Kratts villains is drastically increased from here on out. Gourmand is a French gourmet chef who makes signature dishes out of endangered animals. To keep his menu updated, Gourmand uses a number of skills and powers.

While less technologically dependent, Gourmand invented his trademark weapon, The Dough Blaster, a device that fires sticky dough balls at his enemies. Gourmand also uses cooking utensils and various kitchen items as weapons and has an extra-powerful sense of smell that he uses to find rare ingredients. Gourmand is also equipped with superhuman strength, agility, jumping, and climbing skills.

3 Zachbots

As the evil Zach Varmitech's chief robotic sidekicks, the Zachbots possess tremendous power in Wild Kratts. In addition to their threatening posture and glowing red eyes, Zachbots can extend their arms to infinity, camouflage themselves to appear as human beings, and lift the heaviest animals on the planet without much effort.

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In addition to superhuman strength, Zachbots are also extremely fast and have been programmed to spy on enemies using a stealth mode. When they aren't collecting animals on Zach's behalf, his bots physically protect him from harm. However, given their extensive powers, Zachbots also have a large number of weaknesses.

2 Donita Donata

As the power-hungry designer who intends to use innocent animals for her trendy new fashion line, Donita Donata ranks among the two most powerful Wild Kratts villains to date. In addition to lording dominion over her sidekick Dabio and the Mannequin Robots, Donita has a slew of powers.

Donita uses her trademark Pose Beam weapon to lift animals into the air via suspended animation before deciding their fates. She also possesses a technologically upgraded limo, yacht, and private jet which she uses to hack into the Kratt's computer systems. Donita can also neutralize Kratt's Power Suits by using her custom-made Color Infusion Wand. Donita also controls the Deactivator, a robotic device that can shoot destructor beams to incapacitate the Power Suits.

1 Zach Varmitech

The aforementioned Zach Varmitech is by far the most powerful villain in Wild Kratts. The wealthy, arrogant, and self-centered robot engineer uses a spate of powerful technological gadgets to capture animals against their will and use them for his own financial gain.

In addition to his signature Zachbots, Varmitech's arsenal includes the self-explanatory Visibility Cloak and Mind-Control Helmets. He also has Disrupt-o-bots at his disposal, which are tiny spy-bots that can hack into any system. Varmitech also created a mind-controlled Jaguar Bot, flying Mosquito Bots, a Panda Stuffo Bot, and Mechanical Mantis Arms. The coolest of Zach's powerful technology includes the fish-catching Mako-Me-Rich 2000 device, the Gila Monster Power Wrenches (pictured), and the upgraded all-terrain vehicle called ZTV.

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Wild Kratts

Educational children's series

Wild Kratts is a live action/flash-animatedtelevision series created by the Kratt brothers, Chris and Martin. The Kratt Brothers Company and 9 Story Media Group produce the show, which is presented by PBS in the United States and by TVOKids in Canada. The show's aim is to educate children[1] about biology, zoology, and ecology, and teach kids small ways to make big impacts. It has ties to the Kratts' previous shows, Kratts' Creatures and Zoboomafoo, and contains numerous characters from the latter. Spanning over ten years, Wild Kratts is the longest running program made by the Kratt Brothers.

The show is broadcast in the United States and Africa (PBS Kids), Canada (TVOntario, Knowledge and Tele Quebec), Latin America, Brazil, Australia (9Go!), Spain, the United Kingdom (POP), Ireland, Iceland, Slovenia, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands (Dutch-dubbed versions as Kratts in the Wild), Middle East, Korea, Japan, India and Serbia, Montenegro, Romania, China, Taiwan, New Zealand, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia in Serbian.[2] The show was a finalist for a Peabody Award[3] and a Television Critics Association Award.

Premise

Each episode begins and ends with live-action film of the Kratt brothers describing the characteristics and capabilities of a particular species of animal (which they characterize as "creature powers") featured in the story. They segue into the episode by asking, "What if we had the powers" of this animal, and strike a dramatic pose, as the scene changes to their cartoon images. The brothers go on expeditions to study animals "living free and in the wild", but usually end up having to rescue them from threats caused by confusion on a baby animal's part; general human influence; or from villains such as Zach Varmitech, Gaston Gourmand, Donita Donata and Dabio, or Paisley Paver and Rex. Some episodes aim to change the way some creatures (such as bats and crocodiles) are perceived as threatening.

The Kratt brothers are supported by Aviva Corcovado, a biomechanical engineer who invented "creature power suits" which allow humans to mimic the abilities of animals, and other equipment to aid the brothers in their animal studies and defeating the villains. Koki is a mechanical engineer and computer expert who maintains their flying turtle ship, the Tortuga, which is piloted by Jimmy Z. Jimmy also operates the teleporter to send equipment such as new Creature Power discs to the Kratt brothers, and helps Aviva test her inventions. Along the way, viewers learn about the animals as the team figure out ways to either right wrongs or to get out of the situations they are in.

Some of their adventures put them in grave danger. In some episodes, such as "Platypus Café", "Honey Seekers", and "Opossum in my Pocket", the villain (Gaston Gourmand) intended 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 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, or providing local knowledge about the creature in question.

Episodes

Main article: List of Wild Kratts episodes

Cast

Main

  • Martin Kratt (voiced by himself) – Martin is a zoologist who likes to give names to animals he finds, allowing the audience to bond with the said animal. His signature clothing color, including his Creature Power suit, is blue. Martin is more the jokester of the two Kratt brothers. He is also often rushing and impulsive, unlike his younger brother Chris. Plus, he is an exceptionally good artist. Martin is slightly disorganized, emotionalized, but is prepared for any situation. In contrast to his brother Chris' climbing skills, Martin is a more experienced swimmer. At times, Martin seems to know more about animals than Chris does, as shown in "Red Panda Rescue" and "Fire Salamander". He also likes to get into the mind of the animal at various times, saying such things as "Be the walrus!" He has a childish heart, due to his fun and humorous nature. He also seemed to have become more technical throughout the show since he created an almost perfect Creature Power disc in "The Erminator".
  • Chris Kratt (voiced by himself) – Zoologist Chris is the exact opposite of his brother, and the more methodical of the two. His signature clothing color, including his Creature Power suit, is green. Unlike Martin, he likes to take his time testing animals' DNA to understand the animals better and save them from the villains. Chris is organized, intellectual, and calm, but can be narrow-minded, as seen in "A Huge Orange Problem" when he insists that orangutans are incapable of thinking on human levels. He is an experienced climber, although in one episode, he falls from a tree and temporarily develops acrophobia.
  • Aviva Corcovado[citation needed] (voiced by Athena Karkanis) – An inventing engineer, and the leader of the Wild Kratts team. She designs and builds all of the fantastic gadgets the Kratts use, including the Creature Power suit which augments a human body to give the wearer the abilities of any animal which she can program into software disks that pop into the suits. She designed the Tortuga, a turtle-shaped jump jet and spacecraft in which the team flies between expeditions and uses as a home base. She also created a matter transporter to pass equipment to the Kratt brothers when they are out on expedition, a miniaturizer, and a time machine. She is kind and she can be confident of her abilities and her opinions. Once she has made up her mind, it takes appealing to her emotions and overwhelming evidence to change it. She is also competitive, rivaling Zach in invention contests, the Kratts, and even nature itself, most notably in "Cheetah Racer", where she bet that she could invent a land vehicle faster than a cheetah. She occasionally wears a purple Creature Power suit, as shown in episodes like "Birds of a Feather", "Groundhog Wake Up Call", "The Amazing Creature Race", and "Praying Mantis".Cats and Dogs
  • Koki (voiced by Heather Bambrick from 2011-2020, Sabryn Rock from 2021 onwards) – An African-American mechanical engineer and computer expert, Koki works on the computer database of the Tortuga HQ, researches animals for the brothers, and often uses the computer to track the villains via satellite. She manages the communications system of the Tortuga, keeping in touch with Chris and Martin throughout their missions. She sometimes receives signals from other people who want to communicate with the Wild Kratts, and intercepts signals sent by the villains. She is not afraid to speak her mind and tell the truth as she sees it. Her Creature Power Suit color is golden yellow, as shown in episodes like "When Fish Fly", "A Creature Christmas", and "The Amazing Creature Race"; the color was mentioned in the season 6 episode "Wolf Hawks", where she was called Gold Hawk. [4])
  • Jimmy Z (voiced by Jonathan Malen) – The pilot of the Tortuga, who operates the ship's teleporter, using his game controller to send items and Creature Power Discs to the Kratts. He sometimes helps Aviva with inventions by handing her the items she needs as she works, which often has hilarious results when he helps her test the prototype. His Creature Pod and scuba gear are both orange. His tail attachment is red, as revealed in "The Great Creature Tail Fail". His mannerisms also mirror those of Shaggy Rogers from the Scooby-Doo franchise.
  • Wild Kratts kids — Members of the Kratt brothers' worldwide fan club sometimes communicate with the team via internet, and are occasionally called on to render assistance to the team.

Villains

  • Zach Varmitech (voiced by Zachary Bennett) – A robotics inventor who grew up alongside the Kratts and met Aviva at summer camp. He tries to develop robots and inventions by controlling creatures' minds and then use them as workers or by selling the mind-controlled animals as products, and in certain cases, for his own benefit. He is constantly trying to steal the Kratt brothers' technology. He uses a jet while travelling long distances, and usually rides on the shoulders of a Zachbot otherwise. He is frightened of the dark, as seen in "Platypus Cafe", and does not like it when other villains tell his Zachbots what to do.
  • Donita Donata (voiced by Eva Almos) – A fashion designer who travels using a pink jet or boat, and is never without the best comforts life can afford. Her main purpose is her clothing line, Donita Donata's Live Jewelry of Nature. She uses a "pose beam" to paralyze live animals so she can sell them as jewelry or clothing, and has also created robotic mannequins which go out and catch animals for her. Donita is symbolic of real world fashion designers who use animal products in the manufacture their clothing. She is always foiled by the Kratt Bros and never gets the chance to use the desired animal in her fashion designing plans.
  • Dabio (voiced by Cory Doran) – Donita's muscular and childlike henchman, who tries to help Donita design her fashions, but usually fails to satisfy her. Though usually shown to be unintelligent, Dabio is able to remember facts about animals more correctly than Donita, but in "Mystery of the Mini Monkey Models", he could not say the animal names correctly.
  • Chef Gaston Gourmand (voiced by Zachary Bennett) – A traveling chef with a Louisiana Cajun accent. He prefers to cook and serve rare or endangered animals, which caused him to lose his chef's license because he was attempting to poach critters. He usually travels in a camper that features a fold-out restaurant, but has also been seen using a jet or boat with a fold-out outdoor restaurant and kitchen. He invites other villains, mostly Donita and Zach, to try his food; this usually ends up with them running away when his captured animals are let loose by the Kratts.
  • Paisley Paver (voiced by Julie Lemieux) – A businesswoman and the CEO of Pave Nature Incorporated, who believes that turning natural landscapes into factories and parking lots will create a better world for future generations. She is depicted as determined, impatient, orderly, and bossy, but still respects her intern, Rex. Paisley is symbolic of the real world problem of construction companies building over natural habitats. She gets upset when her plans are foiled by Chris & Martin . In "Spirit Bear" and "Elephant Brains!" she attempted to cause deforestation and chaos.
  • Rex (voiced by Cory Doran) – Paisley's henchman, who assists her in her plots against the Wild Kratts. Though usually enthusiastic, he is still evil, as he loves to operate Paisley's technology and flatten land for her building sites.

Background and production

Wild Kratts is the latest of the Kratt Brothers' hit television series, preceded by Kratts' Creatures (1996), Zoboomafoo (1999-2001), and Be the Creature (2003-2007). The series combines animation and live action, featuring a donut sequence that asks "What If?", that sets up the cartoon segment and introduces the focus animal (or focus trait/behavior if more than one animal is the focus); the principal cartoon show; and a concluding live-action segment that sums up the cartoon.

Each episode is written by either Chris or Martin Kratt themselves (who also serve as Executive Producers), Eva Almos (who also voices Donita Donata), or Chris Roy. It is filmed in Canada, the United States, and in several countries around the world. PBS dedicated nearly $500,000 to developing the series.[5]

Wild Kratts makes use of comedic devices such as slapstick comedy, as per their previous kids' shows (Kratt's Creatures and Zoboomafoo). The show debuted on January 3, 2011[6] on most PBS stations, and has currently been signed for a 6th season with both PBS and TVOntario. The series currently has 158 episodes, 146 of which have aired so far in the United States.

International rights were signed by 9 Story in September 2010, with North American rights being held by Kratt Brothers Company.[7]

PBS Kids often releases episodes out of order. For example, the episode "Polar Bears Don't Dance", which is supposed to be the pilot episode (but airs as the seventh episode on PBS stations), features an art style different from the rest of the series, and was also omitted from the first DVD release. Additionally, it is directed by Luc Chamberland, who did not direct any subsequent episodes. Chamberland worked on animated films such as Space Jam, Quest for Camelot and Joseph: King of Dreams. Foreign countries seem to get future episodes before the United States and Canadian watchers. For example, the episode "Caracal-Minton" was shown in South America before being aired in English.

On October 15, 2012, in the United States and Canada, Season 2 began with four episodes. This is the first season to begin with a view of the Earth before the Kratt brothers are shown introducing the audience. This season focused on the Western Hemisphere, including the Costa Ricanrainforest, coral reef, temperate woodlands, and the Sonoran Desert.

On October 25, 2012, the Season 1 finale of the show was shown on PBS, along with all other unaired episodes in the following week.

On January 21, 2013, a special aired which combined two Season 2 episodes called "Speaking Dolphinese" and "Blowfish Blowout". These episodes later aired separately, with "Speaking Dolphinese" airing on February 5, 2013, and "Blowfish Blowout" airing on February 7, 2013, on most stations. The Season 2 finale, "Groundhog Wake-Up Call", was aired on January 31, 2014.

On the week of August 19 to August 23, 2013, Reptile Week came which aired 4 new reptile-themed episodes, including "Gila Monster Under my House", "Roadrunner", "Tortuga Tune Up" and "Rattlesnake Crystal".

On April 7, 2014, in the United States and Canada, Season 3 began with 5 episodes. This is the second season to begin with a view of the Earth before the Kratt brothers are shown introducing the audience. This focuses on habitats of the Western Hemisphere, such as the jungle and forest habitats of Madagascar, beach and coastal habitats of the Caribbean, prairie or Great Plains habitat of the central United States, ocean habitats of the Caribbean, and the cypress swamp habitat of Florida. On July 7, 2014, "Back in Creature Time" aired. On April 20, 2015, a "Spring Special" aired with episodes such as "Chameleons on Target" and "Lemur Stink Fight". The "Summer Safari" started July 1, 2015, with a rerun of "Back in Creature Time", as well as some Madagascar episodes like "Aye, Aye", "Lemur Legs" and other Madagascar episodes, including the episodes of "Fossa Palooza" and "Mini Madagascar" that marked the end of Season 3.

Season 4 premiered on July 29, 2015 in the USA with the release of the first two episodes, "The Last Largest Lobster" and "Stars of the Tides". Habitats featured in this season included Chinese bamboo forests, the Amazon rainforest, the Arctic, and the rocky intertidal zone of the Atlantic Ocean. On November 25, 2015, a holiday special known as "Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas" was released in the USA. On November 23, 2016, the special "Creatures of the Deep Sea" was released in the USA.

From January 16–20, 2017 new episodes of Season 4 began to air, including "Liturgusa krattorum", "Snowy Owl Invasion" and "Eel-Ectric". "Liturgusa Krattorum" was a special episode dedicated to an event in 2014/15 in which Dr. Gavin Svenson discovered an animal by the episode's same name, naming it after Chris and Martin Kratt, for their excellent work on Wild Kratts, as well as their other shows including Be the Creature and Zoboomafoo.

Season 4 concluded in the USA when the remaining 5 episodes ("Archerfish School", "This Orca Likes Sharks", "Baby Tooth and Kid Musky", "Cheetah Adopted" and "Muskox Mania") aired from April 10–14, 2017.

Season 5 premiered on July 24, 2017 in the USA with the release of the two-part special "Wild Kratts Alaska: Hero's Journey", as well as the episodes "Mystery of the North Pole Penguins?" and "Temple of Tigers". This season focuses primarily on habitats such as Europe's Black Forest, and Antarctica, as well as the Indian jungles. Also, a Halloween special, entitled "Wild Kratts Halloween: Creepy Creatures", was released in the USA on October 22, 2018. Season 5 concluded in the USA on January 23, 2019 with the release of the episode "Hercules - The Giant Beetle".

In 2019, Season 6 was announced and piloted with "Mystery of the Flamingo's Pink." The show is currently in the 6th season, in its 9th year. The other episodes in season 6 were about ocelots, white tailed deer, harris hawks, hammerhead sharks, leaf cutter ants, tamarins and marmosets, stingrays, and a movie special about the Amazon rainforest called Amazin Amazon Adventure. Season 6 focuses on the Sonoran Desert, The Amazon Rainforest, the Caribbean Sea and Africa.

After the premiere of “Tardigrade X-treme”, the series went into hiatus due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Kratt Brothers focusing more on live appearances. However, it was later announced that a new episode called “Cats and Dogs” would air on July 12, 2021 as part of the sixth season. Unlike the rest of the cast members, though, Heather Bambrick did not reprise her role as Koki, due to controversy over Bambrick voicing an African American character. Instead, the part was played by Canadian black actress Sabryn Rock.

On July 5, 2021, it was announced that the series had started production of a new season, the seventh of the show's history as of 2021. It is unclear when that season will begin.

Broadcast

Wild Kratts airs on PBS Kids in the United States and Africa. In Canada it is shown on TV Ontario in Ontario, Knowledge Network in British Columbia, and Télé-Québec/Le Skwat in Quebec. In Australia it is shown on GO! (now 9Go!). Season 1 and 2 are available on Netflix Singapore. In the United Kingdom it is shown on POP. Netflix Canada streams Seasons 1-4.

DVD releases

Creature Adventures – April 5, 2011

  1. "Mom of a Croc"
  2. "Whale of a Squid"
  3. "Aardvark Town"
  4. "Flight of the Draco"
  5. "Mystery of the Squirmy Wormy"
  6. "Platypus Café"
  7. "Build It Beaver"
  8. "Voyage of the Butterflier XT"
  9. "Honey Seekers"
  10. "Bass Class"

Predator Power – March 20, 2012

  1. "Stuck on Sharks"
  2. "Mimic"
  3. "Little Howler"
  4. "Raptor Roundup"

Jungle Animals – July 10, 2012 Distributor:Paramount Pictures

  1. "Walk on the Wetside"
  2. "A Huge Orange Problem"
  3. "Birds of a Feather"
  4. "Googly-Eye the Night Guru"

Lost at Sea – January 22, 2013 Distributor: Warner Bros.

  1. "Speaking Dolphinese"
  2. "Blowfish Blowout"

Rainforest Rescue – April 9, 2013

  1. "Rainforest Stew"
  2. "Shadow: The Black Jaguar"

Bugging Out – February 25, 2014

  1. "Secrets of the Spider's Web"
  2. "Attack of the Tree-Eating Aliens"

Tiny Trouble – June 10, 2014

  1. "Termites vs. Tongues"
  2. "Bugs or Monkeys?"

Shark-Tastic! – April 14, 2015

  1. "Octopus Wildkratticus"
  2. "Tortuga Tune Up"
  3. "Speaking Dolphinese"
  4. "Stuck on Sharks"

Super Sprinters – June 23, 2015

  1. "Falcon City"
  2. "Cheetah Racer"

Australian Adventures – January 6, 2016

  1. "Koala Balloon"
  2. "Kickin' It With the 'Roos"
  3. "Platypus Café"

Wild Animal Babies – May 3, 2016

  1. "Elephant in the Room"
  2. "Bad Hair Day"
  3. "Zig-Zagged"
  4. "Let the Rhinos Roll!"

Wild Reptiles – August 23, 2016

  1. "The Gecko Effect"
  2. "Crocogator Contest"
  3. "Rattlesnake Crystal"
  4. "Chameleons on Target"

A Creature Christmas – October 4, 2016

Panda-Monium – April 2017

  1. "Panda Power-Up"
  2. "Red Panda Rescue"
  3. "Colors of China"
  4. "Snowy Owl Invasion"

Wild Winter Creatures – October 10, 2017

  1. "Polar Bears Don't Dance"
  2. "Mystery of the Weird Looking Walrus"
  3. "Journey to the Subnivean Zone"
  4. "Musk Ox Mania"

Triple Feature: Rainforest Rescue, Lost at Sea, and Predator Power:

  1. Stuck on Sharks
  2. Mimic
  3. Little Howler
  4. Raptor Round Up
  5. Speaking Dolphinese
  6. Blowfish Blowout
  7. Rainforest Stew
  8. Shadow the Black Jaguar

Around the World Adventure: With 22 episodes:

  1. Tazzy Chris
  2. Kerhonk!
  3. Search for the Florida Panther
  4. Golden Bamboo Lemur
  5. Tenrec Treasure Hunt
  6. Mimic
  7. Back in Creature Time:Day of the Dodo
  8. Back in Creature Time:Tasmanian Tiger
  9. Liturgusa Krattorum
  10. Eel-lectric!
  11. Cheetah Adopted
  12. Temple of Tigers
  13. The Dhole Duplicator
  14. A Huge Orange Problem
  15. Shadow the Black Jaguar
  16. The Food Chain Game
  17. Cheetah Racer
  18. Rainforest Stew
  19. Sloth Bear Suction
  20. The Amazing Creature Race
  21. Caracal-Minton
  22. Amazin' Amazon Adventure!

Madagascar Madness:

  1. Lemur Legs
  2. Lemur Stink Fight
  3. Fossa-Palooza
  4. Mini Madagascar

Adventures on the African Savanna

  1. The Food Chain Game
  2. Creature Power Challenge

Cats and Dogs

  1. Cats and Dogs
  2. Spots in the Desert
  3. Adapto the Coyote
  4. Little Howler

The Briny Blue Sea

  1. "Sea Otter Swim"
  2. "Aye-Aye"
  3. "Osprey"
  4. "Puffin Rescue"

Creapy Creatures

  1. "Masked Bandits"
  2. "Creepy Creatures"

PBS Kids: 20 Snowy Tales

  1. Snow Runners

PBS Kids: 20 Sports Stories

  1. Cheetah Racer

PBS Kids: 20 Furry Tales

  1. Slider the Otter

PBS Kids: 15 Sports Tales

  1. Road Runner
  2. City Hoppers!

PBS Kids: 15 Frozen Tales

  1. Under Frozen Pound
  2. Musk Ox Mania

PBS Kids: Ocean Adventures

  1. Rocket Jaw: Rescuer of the Reef
  2. Capture the Fishmobile

PBS Kids: 15 Pet-Tastic Tails!

  1. Little Howler

PBS Kids: 20 Music Tales

  1. Birds of a Feather

PBS Kids: 20 Incredible Tales

  1. Fireflies
  2. Pangolin Rescue

PBS Kids: Happy Birthday!

  1. Quillber's Birthday Present

PBS Kids: Christmas Collection

  1. A Creature Christmas

Wildest Animal Adventures

  1. "Mom of a Croc"
  2. "Whale of a Squid"
  3. "Aardvark Town"
  4. "Flight of the Draco"
  5. "Mystery of the Squirmy Wormy"
  6. "Platypus Café"
  7. "Build It Beaver"
  8. "Voyage of the Butterflier XT"
  9. "Honey Seekers"
  10. "Bass Class"
  11. "Stuck on Sharks"
  12. "Mimic"
  13. "Little Howler"
  14. "Raptor Roundup"
  15. "Walk on the Wetside"
  16. "A Huge Orange Problem"
  17. "Birds of a Feather"
  18. "Googly-Eye the Night Guru"
  19. "Speaking Dolphinese"
  20. "Blowfish Blowout"

Other media

A Wild Kratts magazine appeared in Wal-Mart in October 2017. It had animals from when this show started in 2011 to about until 2017.

In 2016, Whole Foods Market introduced a line of products including crackers, vitamins, and soap[8] carrying the WILD KRATTS branding.

Two theatrical live shows based on the animated series premiered at an unknown time at a large stage. The first stage show featured the Kratt Brothers leaping out of the animation and interacting with the audience, and later using their Creature Power Suits to rescue the miniaturizer from Zach Varmitech. A theatrical sequel to that live show in 2019 titled Wild Kratts Live 2.0: Activate Creature Power! premiered at a live stage. The live stage performance had featured the live-action Kratt Brothers shrinking down and exploring, only to later rescue their Creature Power discs from Zach.[9]

References

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  2. ^"Second Season Of Animated Children's Series Wild Kratts Launches At MIPCOM". The Business of Film. Archived from the original on October 7, 2011. Retrieved January 31, 2012.
  3. ^Unruh, Wes (April 12, 2016). "The Peabody Awards - The 60 Peabody FInalists". The Peabody Awards. Retrieved March 8, 2021.
  4. ^"Heather Bambrick gets up for it | Toronto Star". thestar.com. Retrieved December 11, 2016.
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    Chris Kratt 

Voiced by: Chris Kratt

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  • Alliterative Name: It sounds that way, at least.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Justified, since he's somewhat dark skinned (for a Caucasian) in real life.
  • As Himself: Chris Kratt stars as himself.
  • Blue Oni: Or is he a green oni?
  • Big Brother Instinct: Very much in existence, and Chris has got quite the Little Brother Instinct of his own.
  • Brainy Brunette: Has also displayed a little Gadgeteer Genius with Technobabble.
  • Catchphrase: "To the creature rescue!" and "Free and in the wild!"
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: He always has to help an animal in need, no matter what.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Green, since 1994.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Amusingly (and adorably) justified- in real life, his hair and eyes are brown.
  • Damsel out of Distress: A Rare Male Example. He get captured by villains and gets into other kinds of danger often but he is perfectly capable of saving himself or at least making significant progress until the team finds him.
  • Freudian Trio: With Aviva and Martin.
  • Friend to All Children: The various kids that the Kratt Team interact with clearly like him a lot and he's always shown to be great with them.
  • The Hero / The Lancer: Switches between both with Martin.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Martin.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: He resembles his voice actor.
  • Large Ham: Subverted. More like Small Ham.
  • Nice Guy: Very friendly.
  • Primal Stance: Poses like this at the end of the opening theme song.
  • Pungeon Master: Subverted, but he gets his in.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Chris once descended into severe technobabble ("Mystery of the Squirmy Wormy", as they were setting up the miniturizer) and has spouted words like "monotremes" ("Platypus Café").
  • Sibling Team: The only person who can match Chris stride for stride is Martin, and they are very productive together.
  • Tempting Fate: This is pretty much Chris's shtick.

    Chris: "No worries Bro! I'm getting this roo kickboxing thing down better than I thought-" *WHAMTHUD* "...Scratch that."

    Martin Kratt 

Voiced by: Martin Kratt

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  • A Simple Plan: Has a fondness for plans that sound like they should be smooth-sailing but rarely end up being that way.
  • As Himself: Martin Kratt voices himself.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: And flashy, and yummy, AKA Martin-the-bass has a little problem with lure reactions. Also averted with a LOT of the episodes—okay, fine, every episode—because the Kratts always get distracted, and never stay on their ONE task assigned, although they come to their senses eventually.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Any time Chris gets into danger/trouble, Martin is immediately worried and wants to run to the rescue immediately. Case in point: when a mission involving bees goes off the rails and Chris ends up missing overnight, Martin spends the entire time panicking and blaming himself.
  • Blue Is Heroic: His theme color is blue, and he's one of the good guys.
  • Catchphrase: Shares his with Chris. "To the creature rescue!" and "Living free and in the wild!" and less frequently, "Saving the planet with creature powers!" spring to mind.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: He always has to help an animal in need, no matter what.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: He has a tendency to be strange sometimes.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Blue, since the old days.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Or he likes to pretend so.
  • Drives Like Crazy:
    • Martin does a bit of this off-screen in "Let the Rhinos Roll!", in which he apparently drives their jeep flying over a ravine. Chris good-naturedly chews him out over it while he fixes the poor thing.
    • There's some on-screen bad driving by Martin in the beginning of "Aardvark Town." It could be argued that Chris can't drive either, judging by his handling (or lack thereof) of the sub at the beginning of "Whale of a Squid", as well as the Butterflier XT.
  • Dumb Blonde: Averted, as Martin is actually misleadingly intelligent, given his seemingly immature behavior.
  • Freudian Trio: With Aviva and Chris.
  • Friend to All Children: The various kids that the Kratt Team interact with clearly like him a lot and he's always shown to be great with them.
  • The Hero / The Lancer: Switches between them with Chris.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Chris.
  • Heavy Sleeper: Subverted. Heavy in context to the rest of the cast; minor compared to Jimmy.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: He resembles his voice actor.
  • Large Ham: Ever since Kratts' Creatures in 1994.
  • Manchild: Subverted with Martin- he can get serious when he needs to be, but other than that, he acts more like the target audience than the Periphery Demographic.
  • Nice Guy: Always willing to help a creature in need.
  • The Nicknamer: At least since Zoboomafoo.
  • Pungeon Master: Due to being both Cloud Cuckoolander and a Large Ham.
  • Red Oni: To Chris' Blue Oni.
  • Sibling Team: The only person who can match Chris stride for stride is Martin, and they are very productive together.
  • Terms of Endangerment: Donita, who actually kidnapped Martin in her debut episode (albeit unintentionally), refers to him as “Martino”.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chocolate.

    Chris: “You thinking what I'm thinking?”

    Martin: “That everything taste better dipped in chocolate?”

    Aviva Corcovado 

Voiced by: Athena Karkanis

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  • Brainy Brunette: She has brown hair, and she knows a lot about science and engineering, serving as The Smart Girl for the team.
  • Catchphrase: “Awww, que lindo!” = “How cute” in Spanish
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: When she uses a Creature Power Suit, it's purple.
  • Competition Freak: Moreso than Zach. Not only does she have a rivalry with him, but she's also challenged the brothers, and nature itself ("Cheetah Racer" against the cheetah, "Platypus Café" when she thought she could figure out Plato's "sixth sense" on her own…).
  • Cuteness Proximity: Shown in various episodes where the team encounters baby animals and/or animals that are traditionally adorable.
  • Freudian Trio: One with Chris and Martin, and another with Koki and Jimmy.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Responsible for the creation of the Creature Power Suits and other potentially world-changing inventions, like the Miniaturizer.
  • Giver of Lame Names: Aviva names a flying fish "Fishy" and calls her stuffed toy panda "Stuffo". Subverted with the lion cub she dubbed "El Cutissimo", which is an unusual but serviceable name.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Subverted and later averted.
  • Know-Nothing Know-It-All: Most notably in "Platypus Café", and mostly due to her Competition Freak tendencies.
  • Meaningful Name: Corcovado is a city in South America. Her first name Aviva means ‘Springtime’ in Hebrew
  • Phenotype Stereotype: She's Latina, and she has brown skin.
  • She's Got Legs: In episodes where she wears shorts and sandals.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: She may be a girl, but that doesn't stop her from getting a good deal of Amusing Injuries in some episodes.
  • The Smart Girl: Serves as this to the team, as she makes all the gadgets.
  • Technobabble: Delves into this at times.
  • Tsundere: A prominent Type B. She's usually a nice person, but you don't want to make her angry.
  • Wrench Wench: She's the original inventor of the Creature Power Suits along with most of the Wild Kratts' creature-inspired gadgets.

    Jimmy Z 

Voiced by: Jonathan Malen

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  • Big Eater: He loves eating.
  • Butt-Monkey: Especially in "Elephant in the Room". He's also punched himself in the face (twice in a row!), dropped a football on himself, gotten tangled up in a hammock, banged his thumb with a hammer twice, had a suction-cup toy arrow stuck to his forehead for an entire episode ... need I say more?
  • Companion Cube: Jimmy is very attached to his controller, with which he operate the Tortuga's teleportation system. His present in the Christmas Episode is a drone to carry it around for him, and in the puffin episode, he hallucinates that it's talking to him.
  • Freudian Trio: With Aviva and Koki.
  • The Good Captain: While he's often depicted as being something of a slacker, he is highly competent at his job.
  • Hates Being Touched: Oddly, only with Aviva. Other characters have even made full body contact that he didn't look uncomfortable with, but he shrinks away from Aviva (except in "Masked Bandits" when she was behind him with her hands on his shoulders, and he had his hands on hers).
  • Heavy Sleeper: The biggest example.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: Although he normally avoids threats like the plague, Jimmy rises to the occasion in "Hammerheads", fending off two Zachbots with the Tortuga's "Angry Turtle" Battle Mode and then deflecting one into a collision with another using a fishing rod. He takes down four of Zach's robots, leaving only one each for his friends to deal with.
  • Non-Action Guy: The only member of the team who's never used a Creature Power Suit yet.
  • Only Knownby Their Nickname: His real name is James [insert last name here], but he is universally referred to by his nickname “Jimmy Z”.
  • Only One Name: Subverted, at least he gets a letter. Poor Dabio and Koki don't even have that much.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Pizza. He's almost always seen eating it.
  • Youthful Freckles: Has some freckles on his face.

    Koki 

Voiced by: Heather Bambrick

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  • The Chick: She serves as this to the team, holding them together.
  • Communications Officer: She's responsible for keeping the Tortuga in touch with the Kratts, their kid supporters around the world, and the global communications network overall.
  • Freudian Trio: With Aviva and Jimmy.
  • Only One Name: Her last name is unknown.
  • Sassy Black Woman: She's black, and has a tendency to be very snarky, particularly when either one of the Kratt brothers does something stupid.
  • She's Got Legs: Like Aviva, in episodes where she wears shorts and sandals.
  • Tsundere: Type A.
  • Wrench Wench: She's an engineer, just like Aviva, and she also serves as the team's computers expert, managing the communication systems of the Tortuga.
  • Youthful Freckles: She has freckles on her face.

    Donita Donata 

Voiced by: Eva Almos

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  • Bad Boss: Not very polite to her assistant, Dabio.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Particularly when around Zach.
  • The Fashionista: She's very successful with her animal based line, and when frustrated starts sketching out ideas on a sketchpad.
  • Head Pet: An awful lot of Donita's fashion ideas seem to consist of sticking a paralyzed animal on somebody's head.
  • Idiosyncrazy: Donita's live-animal fashion line.
  • Karma Houdini: Minor subverted one and a major Played Straight example:
    • For the minor subverted one, it's when her plans are foiled, she is often humiliated and is left to flee in defeat.
    • The major straight example, the methods she goes to obtain animals are outright poaching, but she never gets punished by the law for that.
  • The Paralyzer: Her weapon of choice is a "pose beam", a device which renders its target completely immobile and thus subject to Donita's whim. She uses it to incorporate animals into her fashions.
  • Pink Is Feminine: The only female villain (until "Spirit Bear") travels in a pink jet or pink yacht.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Before Paisley Paver was introduced, she was the only female villain on the show.

    Dabio 

    Gaston Gourmand 

Voiced by: Zachary Bennett

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  • Alliterative Name: Gaston Gourmand.
  • Behind a Stick: "Platypus Café" and "Honey Seekers".
  • Big Eater: Is implied to be this.
  • Black Comedy Cannibalism: In "Platypus Café" (his debut episode). While not necessarily played for laughs, he was planning on incorporating both Chris and Martin into his dish, but only managed to capture the former. He constantly refers to Chris as a “side dish” throughout the episode, going so far as to sniff him in order to decide which seasoning would go best with him. (While Chris suggested this in order to take advantage of and later trick Gourmand, it is noted that the latter did not hesitate to do so).
    • Subverted in "Happy Turkey Day," when Gourmand decides he wants to serve wild turkey for Thanksgiving and eagerly pursues Turkey!Martin, fully intending on cooking him (subverted because Gourmand mistakes Martin for a real turkey due to not getting a good look at him and assumes that Martin is just a really big turkey).
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: He's a very good chef, but tends to cook specifically endangered animals.
  • Doing It for the Art: An in-universe example concerning why he cooks endangered animals.
  • Evil Is Hammy: All the time.
  • Evil Tastes Good: "Poached, roasted or barbecued... rare, endangered animals make the best food!" Gourmand singing to himself in "Platypus Café".
  • Exotic Entree: His specialty as a chef.
  • Fat Bastard: He's very fat, and he's also a villain.
  • Fat Idiot: As mentioned above, he's on the chubby side, and not the most competent villain, thoguh his nature knowledge is better than the other villains.
  • Idiosyncrazy: Gourmand's endangered-only restaurant.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Gourmand has dueled the Kratts with a variety of kitchen utensils, from a spatula to an electric eggbeater and even with sticky dough balls.
  • Laughably Evil: Gourmand is this when not creeping out the viewers.
  • Karma Houdini: Minor subverted one and a major Played Straight example:
    • For the minor subverted one, it's when his plans are foiled, he is often humiliated and is left to flee in defeat.
    • In another subverted example, he lost his chef license in the past for his illegal cooking of endangered animals (not like that stopped him).
    • The major straight example, the methods he goes to obtain animals are outright poaching, but he never gets punished by the law for that.
  • The Nicknamer: Gives food-related nicknames such as "Wild Kratt Croutons", "Green Grape" for Chris, "Blueberry" for Martin, and "Avocado" for Aviva.
  • Transforming Vehicle: His truck and boat unfold into a curtained-deck restaurant and kitchenette.

    Paisley Paver 

Voiced by: Julie Lemieux

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  • Alliterative Name: Paisley Paver
  • Establishing Character Moment: Paisley's first onscreen appearance has her expressing disgust at nature and calling it useless.
  • Hartman Hips: She's the only character in the show to have wide hips.
  • Neat Freak: Bordering on Super OCD, she can't even step on unpaved ground without freaking out.
  • Saving The Habitat: Where the show's other villains threaten animals directly, Paisley's goal is to pave over their natural habitat.
  • Schedule Fanatic: She seems to judge the value of everything based on how much its sets back or speeds up her schedule.
  • Shorter Means Smarter: Paisley is very short, and generally seems smarter and more level-headed compared to the other villains.
  • Silly Walk: Her legs blur and soft rhythmic sounds are heard when she walks on pavement.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: Her voice is quiet and soft, even as she declares her intentions of destroying the environment and the homes of animals that live there.
  • Totalitarian Utilitarian: A kid-friendly version. She believes that nature is inherently worthless, and is better off being developed for (in her view) the good of humanity.

    Rex 

Voiced by: Cory Doran

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  • Ambiguously Brown: It is unclear what ethnicity he is supposed to be.
  • Crooked Contractor: He loves paving things over, and doesn't hesitate to attack the Kratts on Paisley's orders.
  • Evil Minions: Paisley Paver's minion. He's actually quite more competent than Dabio and the Zachbots.
  • Mr Fix It: Rex is a construction worker and dresses the part.
  • Only One Name: Along with Koki and Dabio, he doesn't have a last name.
  • Pragmatic Villain: He points out that Paisley's Mega-Storage facility probably won't have many customers, but goes along with her plan anyway because he likes laying pavement so much.

    Zachary “Zach” Varmitech 

Voiced by: Zachary Bennett

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  • Arch-Nemesis: To Aviva.
  • Attention Whore: He's always trying to find some way to be famous.
  • Bad Boss: To the Zachbots.
  • Butt-Monkey: It's karmic, though.
  • Buffy Speak: Animals are always (feature)-thingies: Seal-thingies, warty-thingies…
  • Catchphrase: "I'll get you, you Wild Ratts!"
  • Child Hater: With a Freudian Excuse.
  • Competition Freak: Typically with Aviva, on terms of who is the better inventor.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Is willing to cross the Moral Event Horizon to achieve his goals, as shown by his numerous attempts to either maim or outright kill the Kratt brothers.
  • Dick Dastardly Stops to Cheat: In "Back in Creature Time," Zach manages to infiltrate the Tortuga and captures Koki and Jimmy. After that, Zach uses the Time Trampoline to travel to the past where the other Wild Kratts are. Zach states that he can now go back to the present with the Trampoline piece, thus trapping the Wild Kratts in the past forever, but what fun would that be if he doesn't tell them that? Needless to say, the heroes foil Zach's plan and everyone returns to the present.
  • Dirty Coward: Any time any kind of threat shows up, he squawks in terror and either sics his robots at whatever it is or runs off in a panic.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: He has very pale skin, black hair, and is evil.
  • Evil Genius: A wealthy robotics inventor, he's the CEO of his own multi-million dollar company, Varmitech Industries.
  • Evil Is Hammy: When things don't go his way.
  • Evil Is Petty: Sometimes Zach has no real reason to do acts of villainy other than to ruin the Kratt Brothers' fun. Also, he gets annoyed if someone unknowingly asks a question that he already asked, even though they (obviously) didn't know he already asked the same question.
  • Freudian Excuse: See "Never My Fault".
  • Foil: To Aviva, both are genius inventors that make robots based on animals, pilot large flying machines, and can be a bit self absorbed sometimes, but while Aviva makes power suits based on animals to save animals, Zach basically brainwashes animals into doing his bidding, Aviva is willing to get her hands dirty should the situation come to that, while Zach will laze around and let his robots do the work for him and will run off the second that fails.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Subverted since the Zachbots (and all his guardbots, really) are used for Mundane Utilities.
  • Gotta Have It, Gonna Steal It: There's nothing Zach would love more than to steal the Wild Kratts' technology for himself, especially the secret behind the Creature Powers, mainly because he doesn't have the skill to invent them himself, yet he considers himself to be a better inventor than Aviva.
  • Greed: His main motivation for his animal capturing scheme is to make money off of them, even though he's already rich, he wants to be really rich.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: Constantly insists that he is and always has been superior to Aviva in terms of inventing (despite the fact that he lacks the knowledge to invent some of the great things Aviva has invented), and often times, refers to himself as "The world's greatest mind/inventor!".
  • Laughably Evil: The biggest example.
  • Kick the Dog: Zach has taken baby animals captive a few times in order to get what he wants.
  • Know-Nothing Know-It-All: He thinks that he knows plenty about the animals that he involves in his schemes but in reality, it's laughably obvious he hardly knows a thing.
  • Mind Control: By using a Mind Control device for Unwilling Roboticisation. The animals always have Mind-Control Eyes.
  • Momma's Boy: When Martin turned off the power to Gourmand's restaurant in "Platypus Cafe," Zach got scared and even called for his "mommy".
  • Narcissist: Zach loves himself a lot, to the point he had his computer refer to him as "My Greatness" as shown in "Osprey," and got lured in by a gold coin with his face on it in "Rocket Jaw: Rescuer of the Reef," this example overlaps with Greed.
  • Neat Freak: "Help! I'm CONTAMINATED! Somebody SAVE me!"- "Let the Rhinos Roll!", after being thrown into the mud pit.
  • Never My Fault: "They made me lose! I never lose!"- "Bass Class". Also, his Freudian Excuse is that the Kratt Brothers wouldn't let him make robots out of animals when they were kids, and this is why he A- hates kids, B- hates the brothers, and C- is a villain at all.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: His voice is a Gilbert Gottfried impression.
  • Psychopathic Man Child: He is psychopathic and is definitely an immature, whiny and cowardly egomaniac (hence why some of the fans really hate him).
  • Revenge Before Reason: Y'know, if he'd leave the animals alone and stop trying to get revenge on Aviva and the bros, all his problems would disappear. It's that simple (sad, miserable, pathetic wimp).
  • Rich Bastard/Spoiled Brat: Wants money and already being rich is not gonna stop him from wanting to be more rich.
  • The Resenter: Is jealous and resentful of the success of Aviva's inventions to the point that he seeks to steal them for his own purposes. Several times actually.
  • We'll See About That: His usual reason for villainy. He even quotes this once.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Or any animal, for that matter. It's odd - he's at once terrified of animals, yet uses them for his robots.

    Zachbots 

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  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: The Zachbots often misunderstand or mishear Zach's commands for example, failing to understand figure of speech.
  • Do-Anything Robot: The Zachbots come with all sorts of arrays of utility hands (i.e. fan, cleaning brush, metal detector, spinning saw, disintegrator, spy camera, and shears, to list a few).
  • Evil Minions: Laughably Evil, but evil.
  • Expy: Of the Jack-Bots.
  • Literal-Minded: To the point of being Phrase Catchers for Zach's "I didn't mean literally!".
  • Mecha-Mooks: Zach's personal minions... and also, his servants.
  • Telescoping Robot: Mixed with Mundane Utility — attachments include an umbrella, a fishing net, and ointment. Yes, ointment. Possibly Do-Anything Robot.
  • You, Get Me Coffee: Zach typically has them do the work that he's too lazy to do or doesn't want get his own hand dirty doing it.

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Wild Kratts is a Canadian-American children's television series created by the Kratt brothers, Chris Kratt and Martin Kratt. The series' human characters include the Wild Kratts crew, the recurring villains, the Wild Kratts kids, and a handful of minor characters.

The show's main characters are the five members of the Wild Kratts crew (also known as the Wild Kratts), who include the show's two protagonists, Chris Kratt (Chris Kratt) and Martin Kratt (Martin Kratt). The other three are Aviva Corcovado (Athena Karkanis), an inventor, Koki (Heather Bambrick), a computer expert and mechanic, and Jimmy Z (Jonathan Malen), a pilot and assistant. The Wild Kratts often come face to face with the show's six recurring villains, who include rival inventor Zach Varmitech (Zachary Bennett), fashion designer Donita Donata (Eva Almos) and her henchman, Dabio (Cory Doran), Chef Gourmand (Zachary Bennett), and developer Paisley Paver (Julie Lemieux) and her henchman, Rex (Cory Doran). Often the Wild Kratts seek the help of children called "Wild Kratts kids," who help the Wild Kratts from their homes however they can.

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