A brand new episode of “On the Creature Trail” is on the Kratt Brothers YouTube now! Chris Kratt is in India in search of bear with a very special creature power…the sloth bear!
The Kratt Brothers are in China for an extra special Wild Kratts picnic. A cute baby panda bamboo picnic!
We’re happy to announce that last year, we began working on the next great Creaturefuge as part of the Kratt Brothers Creature Hero Foundation. Together, we’ll do that and find exciting ways you can make a difference for wildlife in your local communities too!
Our old friend Zoboomafoo has a brand-new nephew and grandson! The Duke Lemur Center has just announced the births of two healthy Coquerel’s sifaka infants, Terence and Didius!
We have released updated statements addressing the Wild Kratts Live! 2.0 tour and our exhibits.
A short statement regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and upcoming Wild Kratts Live 2.0 tours
Check out the ALL-NEW 2nd edition of our Wild Kratts Race Around the World Board Game! Race around the world collecting Creature Power Suits, learn about amazing animals in different habitats, and unlock secret passages along the way to bypass opponents!
This new edition shows off the mighty mammals, fierce predators, tiny insects and hungry reptiles who use their clever Creature Powers to hide from predators or seek out prey…
We are absolutely thrilled to have been nominated for 3 Canadian Screen Awards! – Best Animated Program or Series – Best Direction, Animation – Best Sound, Animation
Yesterday we had the absolute honor of visiting NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston and meeting Astronaut Karen Nyberg who has spent an unbelievable 180 days in space.
Fox 4 Morning News for dropped by the Children’s Museum of Naples to check out the Wild Kratts: Ocean Adventure exhibit! Open until May 3 2020!
We are delighted to announce that we have won a Parent’s Choice Foundation Recommended Award for our Wild Kratts Extreme Predators magazine!
Real-life creature hero Kinley Kotska has been painting rocks and offering up makeup sessions in exchange for donations to help the wildlife in Australia and has raised over $3000 so far!
The canid family consists of about 36 different species, some of the more popular ones include the domestic dog, wolves, coyotes, and foxes.
"Wild Kratts" (PBS Kids) can help teach kids about animals and foster their interest in science.
The traveling museum exhibit is leaving Discovery Cube Los Angeles September 8th and making its way to Sloan Museum, Flint on September 21st. Don’t miss your chance to check it out!
Check us out, along with the other amazing PBS Kids properties, at amazon.com/pbskids