PBS Kids has released a brand new compilation DVD featuring 22 episodes of Wild Kratts, Wild Kratts: Around the World Adventures.
Wild Kratts: Around the World Adventures
This June, PBS Distribution will be releasing more than 10 hours of Martin and Chris Kratts' jungle tales in the complication DVD, "Wild Kratts: Around the World Adventures".
Kids will learn about amazing animals and critters that live in different parts of our planet. On these three discs, The Wild Kratts embark on a wide variety of adventures and travel Earth learning about helping their creature friends
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Viewers join Chris and Martin Kratt on their creature rescues as they embark on more than twenty action-packed, Around the World Adventures! Together, the Brothers spring into action to rescue an injured endangered Florida panther in “Search for the Florida Panther.” Then, in “Caracal-Minton,” the Wild Kratts team recovers Aviva’s precious family heirloom from the leaping Caracal cat.
The fun continues with “The Amazing Creature Race” as the Wild Kratts host a Creature Power race to help them uncover the greatest animal runners, and in “Eel-lectric!,” they come up with a plan after the Tortuga crashes somewhere in the middle of the Amazon rainforest! Plus, enjoy a special extended-length story entitled “Amazin’ Amazon Adventure,” where Aviva experiences an innovation slump, so the Wild Kratts take her down the mysterious Amazon river in search of inspiration from the incredible creatures who live there.
Street Date: June 2nd
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