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This is the transcript for Korrina's A-Z Zoo. It was a live-action/animated documentary and movie with interaction like Dora and Diego from Dora the Explorer and narrated by David Attenborough From Netflix’s Our Planet, Christopher Willis, Timon and Pumbaa from The Lion King (1994), Bianca Junior, Captain Barnacles, Kwazii, Peso, Shellington, Dashi, and Tweak from The Octonauts, Kyururu, Kaban, Serval, and Caracal from Kemono Friends Season 1 and 2, along with Mr. Conductor, Tiny, Shiny, Don (Harvey Fierstein), and Buddy from the Dinosaur Train called the Prehistoric Team, Little Bear, Mermaid, Owl, Hen, Duck, Cat, Emily, No Feet from Little Bear (TV series) also along Rafiki, Makini, Simba, Zazu, Tamaa, Kion, Beshte, Ono, Anga, and Bunga from The Lion Guard called the Animal Expert Gang, Pen, Firey, Blocky, Pin, Spongy, Pencil, Woody, Match, Bubble and Eraser from the Squishy Cherries and Coiny, Ice Cube, Leafy, Golf Ball, Flower, Rocky, Snowball, Tennis Ball, Needle and Teardrop from the Squashy Grapes in a group called the BFDI Contestants, Robert Irwin, and Iris, May and Max (from Hoenn), Serena, Skyla, Elesa, Korrina, Viola, Valerie, Bianca, Dawn, and Alexa and Serena from Pokemon: The Series called the Girl Gang like the Blueberries from A Bug’s Life.

Peacock2007 will work on the orchestrated videos by Naxos, the animal music from SwitchZoo, and The Baby Einstein Music Box Orchestra.


Introduction from Carnival of the Animals, Saint Saens: white stork, kangaroo, peacock, okapi, gorilla, fishes, lion, lizard, camel, bear, eagle, bear

Viola Concerto in G Major, TWV 51G9: II. Allegro, Telemann: Opening Titles

(The scene cuts to Europe with animals squawking and roaring.)

Korrina: Hello!

Timon and Pumbaa: Hello, Korrina!

Korrina: I'm Korrina and I have brand-new friends for you.

Tamaa: Hold on, guys! Let's learn the animal alphabet!

Anga: The Animal Alphabet?

Korrina: Yes! You know. Alligator to Zebra.

Ono: How awesome! A-Z!

Robert Irwin: Hold on, before we learn the animals, let's begin with the A-Z song!

Christopher: How awesome!

David: Yes! I love that song!

Snowball: No! There is no way I'm going to sing a baby song!

Blocky: I agree. We're too old for the alphabet song.

Pen: I'm with blocky on that one.

Eraser: Me too.

Snowball: We're leaving. Let us know when the song's over.

Golf Ball: I don't want to sing the song either. Come with me, Tennis Ball.

Pencil: I don't want to sing the alphabet song either. Come on, alliance. Let's join the others.

Bubble: Well, actually I do want to-

Pencil: Bubble, you better not participate or you'll be demoted from member to bember.

Bubble: Sorry pencil, but I want to do what I want, not what you want!

Pencil: Well, looks like you're a bember now, bubble. Come on, match.

Korrina: Let's sing the A-Z Song.

Valerie: Cue the music!

Alphabet Song

  • The Alphabet Song, Traditional: rooster crowing, sunrise, meerkat, parrots, snake, birds, peacock, macaw, giraffes, elephant, zebra, meerkat

Korrina: Good Job! Sing it louder this time! OK?

  • Alphabet Song, Traditional: panda, macaws, tree frog, hamerkop, wildebeests, peacock, gazelles, crowned crane, sea lion, orangutan, harpy eagle, bear

Korrina and Everyone: Yay, A to Z!

Korrina: Let's begin with Alligator, Bear, Cheetah and Dolphin.

Blocky: Finally, the song's over.

Pen: That means we can join the others again.

A Segment

Kion: That was fun!

Eraser: Sorry about what happened, it's just that we're too old to listen to baby music.

Bunga: But what else can we do the the letters?

Korrina: Well, in our zoo, letters are used to make animal words.

Fuli: To make animal words?

Robert: Yes! We can make animals with letters.

Golf Ball: That doesn't even make sense! Animals are born from other animals, not from letters of the alphabet!

Korrina: Let's begin with the letter A. What animal begins with the letter A? I will give you a clue, what animal is this?

(Jane looks at an alligator stock photo.)

Emily: WHOA! Look at his teeth!

Little Bear: And Scales!

Owl: And Claws!

Duck: AAAAAH! And his smile!

Korrina: Do you know this animal? Yes, you! What animal is this? It's an...

Coiny: Let me guess, a crocodile.

Firey: Coiny, that's not a crocodile!

Coiny: You wanna go inside its mouth?

(Firey and Coiny start slapping each other.)

(Tamaa imitates an alligator sound.)

Korrina: Right! It's an alligator. Alligator begins with the letter A. Let's practice the sound of the letter A. A is for ah, ah, alligator.

Pencil: I've faced an alligator-like creature before.

Blocky: Yeah, I totally remember that.

Robert: The American alligator is a large reptile; lizard-like in appearance, with a powerful, triangular-shaped head. They are found in the south eastern United States in an area bounded by the Texas-Mexican border on the west, eastward to the Atlantic coast with heavy concentrations along the Gulf Coast throughout the states of Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, southern Virginia and the Carolinas.

(Music Video About Alligators: (The Carnival of the Animals, Royal March of the Lion, Saint Saens)

Robert Irwin: Now what about this bird?

(Georgia sees the albatross footprints and screeches revealing an albatross stock photo!)

Valerie: He lives in Antarctica!

Elesa: He's one of my favorite birds and he flies! He's an...

Robert: Hold on, guys! Do you know to? What is this bird? An..


Korrina: You're right! He's an albatross! A is for ah, ah, albatross! An albatross aloft can be a spectacular sight. These feathered giants have the longest wingspan of any bird—up to 11 feet! The wandering albatross is the biggest of some two dozen different species. Albatrosses use their formidable wingspans to ride the ocean winds and sometimes to glide for hours without rest or even a flap of their wings. They also float on the sea's surface, though the position makes them vulnerable to aquatic predators. Albatrosses drink salt water, as do some other sea birds.

(Music Video About Albatrosses: Symphony No. 5, Op. 67, 1st Movement, Beethoven)

B Segment

Tamaa: Let's do B.

Korrina: What animal begins with the letter B?

Pen & Eraser: BLOCKY!

Blocky: That’s my name, don’t wear it out!

(Jane smells honey, but before she can taste it, a bear stock photo frightens her away)

Korrina: Do you remember this animal? It's a...

Coiny: Panda.

Firey: Coiny, that's the second time you got it wrong!

Coiny: I don't care! It's a panda!

(Tamaa ROARS like a bear.)

Korrina: Right, you are! It’s a bear! Bear begins with the letter buh, buh, B!

Robert: Brown bears are brown, right?

Pin: Of course they are. What are you, blind or something?

Leafy: Pin, that's not a nice thing to say!

Pin: Sorry Leafy. I just hate it when people act like that.

Robert: They come in all sizes and shades, from a light cream color to almost black.

(Music Video About Bears: Piano Sonata No. 15 in D Major, "Pastorale," 4th Movement, Beethoven)

Soapy the Bear and Kenny the Fox fight over a pillow then break it

Emily: And what about this animal?

Cat (from Little Bear): He is my brother!

Korrina: Hold on, Cat! It's a..

Elesa and Bianca: BOBCAT!

Ono: Good! B is for buh, buh, bobcat!

Robert: The bobcat is known by lots of names: wildcat, bay lynx, and lynx cat. Some people call it the spitfire of the Animal Kingdom, because it seems fearless and won't back down from a fight! Found throughout North America, it is our continent's most common native cat. Bobcats look very similar to Canadian lynx. But bobcats have smaller feet and don't have the furry soles of the other lynx, so they are not as well equipped to live in areas of heavy snow. Bobcats are able to survive in a variety of habitats, from deserts to swamps to forests, as long as there are places where they can hide. They often live in rocky areas that give them shelter from extreme cold or heat. Bobcats often compete with coyotes for the same food and shelter. They are good climbers and can escape up a tree, if needed, but they'd rather spend their time on the ground. Bobcats can swim if they have to, but it's not their first choice!

(Music Video About Bobcats: Gavotte in D, Gossec)

C Segment

Korrina: What animal begins with the letter C?

Firey: Don't say it, Coiny. Don't even think about it......

Coiny: ME!

Bubble: I knew this would happen...

(Little Bear, Emily, Owl, Hen, Duck and Cat all look at the camel stock photo.)

Emily: What is that?

Little Bear: He's got humps! It's a bactrian c-c-c-c....

(a Blocky's Funny Doings International commercial plays as Little Bear tries to figure out the animal.)

Blocky: Hey, guys! For a prank, dump Little bear and his friends into paint cans without them noticing. Then, as they faceplant into the buckets, watch their faces get splashed by paint! Woody, give everyone a little demonstration.

Woody: Okay!

(Woody pushes Little bear and his friends.)

Little Bear, Emily, Owl, Hen, Duck and Cat (falling to the paint cans): AAAAAAAAH!



Blocky & Woody: HAHAHAHAHA!

Blocky: You guys just fell for one of my hilarious pranks!

Woody: Pretty funny!

Random Voice-Over: This program was brought to you by Blocky's Funny Doings International.

(The commercial ends.)

Little Bear: I got it! I got it! It's a..

Tamaa: Bactrian camel.

Little Bear, Emily, Owl, Hen, Duck and Cat: Oh!

Little Bear: Sorry, Tamaa. Blocky and Woody pushed us into paint cans.

Korrina: You're right! Camel begins with the letter C.

Robert Irwin: One hump or two? The dromedary camel has one hump and the Bactrian camel has two.

Blocky: What do you call a three-humped camel? PREGNANT! HAHAHAHAHA!

Pen: I don't think that's a child-friendly joke, Blocky. There are kids watching us!

Eraser: Who cares? It was still a funny joke that only adults will get!

Robert: What’s the easiest way to remember the names? Think of the capital letter D lying on its side with just one hump: D stands for dromedary. Now think of the capital letter B on its side with two humps: B for Bactrian! But what’s in those humps? They store fat, not water. The fat becomes an energy source for the camel.

(Music Video About Camels: Serenade for Strings, Waltz, Tchaikovsky)

Korrina: What about this animal?

(Robert Irwin was racing a live cheetah revealing a cheetah stock photo.)

Snowball: You're not fast enough, Robert! Let me show you how it's done.

(Snowball joins the race.)

Eraser: Go Snowball!

Serena: AAAAAH! This one of my favorite animals! Go, Robert! Go!

Robert: Do you know what this animal? It's a...

Coiny: It's Spongy!

Spongy: Hey! You just hurt my feelings!

Coiny: But it looks like you.

Spongy: But that's still not me!

Iris: It's a cheetah!

Korrina: I love cheetahs too! Cheetah begins with the letter C.

Eraser: Alright, we get it!

Robert: Long and lanky, cheetahs are the sprinters of the cat world. Their bodies are uniquely designed to run very fast for fairly short distances, allowing them to catch prey that other big cats can’t get. A cheetah’s ability to run starts with its flexible spine, which allows the front legs to stretch far forward on each stride. Its claws are hard and sharp like cleats, giving the cat great traction when running.

Dawn: Let's see the cheetah in action! Cue the music, maestro!

(Music Video About Cheetahs: Piano Sonata No. 21, 1st Movement, Beethoven)

D Segment

Mermaid: Let's do D!

Dawn: Look at this playful animal!

(Korrina, Mermaid, Serena, Shellington, Emily and Robert look at a dolphin stock photo covered in water.)

Korrina: She is so cute!

Serena (Splashing in the water.): AAAAH! She is a clever animal!

Shellington: Hold on, Serena! Let Mermaid guess the animal to the viewers.

Mermaid: You know this animal, did you? It's a...

Coiny: IT'S A WHALE!

Firey: COINY!

Coiny: Firey, you can't stop me from having a WHALE of a time!

Emily: It's a dolphin!

Korrina: Right! Dolphin begins with the letter D.

Shellington: You might not realize that dolphins are closely related to whales. The scientific order, called Cetacea, includes dolphins, whales, and porpoises. The dolphin family Delphinidae has 36 species in all. It can get confusing at times, because some members of the dolphin family have the word whale in their common name. In fact, the largest dolphin is the killer whale! Depending on the species, dolphins range in color from white, pearl, and pink to darker shades of brown, gray, blue, and black.

(Music Video About Dolphins: The Nutcracker Suite, Waltz of the Flowers, Tchaikovsky)

Eraser: What animal do you think this is, Needy?

(Needle slaps Eraser)

Needle: Don't call me Needy!

(Jane sees a picture of a deer. So she puts on antlers and jumps.)

Korrina: Do you know this animal? Think now!

Zazu: It's a deer!

Korrina: Right! Deer begins with the letter D!

Robert: Deer are native to all continents except Oceania and Antarctica, and many species of deer have been widely introduced beyond their original habitats. They are also fast runners and high jumpers.

Korrina: Wow, they're fast creatures indeed!

Robert: Right, mate. Deer are specialized herbivores, as is reflected in their large and anatomically complex digestive organs, their mobile lips, and the size and complexity of their teeth. However, deer rely little on grasses, and they have not evolved grazing specializations comparable to those found in cattle.

(Music Video About Deer: Voices of the Spring, Waltz, Strauss II)

E Segment

Korrina: Now we got Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, and Dolphin, what animal comes next? It's Elephant, Fox, Gorilla!

Ono: So what animals can we make for the letter E?

Pen & Blocky: ERASER!

Eraser: So would anyone like to learn about me?

(Match slaps Eraser)

Match: Nobody, like, cares about you, Eraser.

Korrina: Take a look at this. It's a leopard frame and it has no animal picture!

(Noah trumpets at Jane after seeing elephant footprints revealing an elephant stock photo.)

Little Bear: It's grey and big! I know this animal!

Bunga: Can you say it? It's a grey and big..


Robert: Good job! Elephant begins with the letter E. They’re enormous and intelligent, strong and sociable. Humans have been impressed by elephants for centuries, simply because they are so big—a male African elephant can weigh up to 7.5 tons (6.8 metric tons)! They also amaze us with their long and flexible noses, large and flapping ears, and loose, wrinkly skin. Cue the music!

(Music Video About Elephants: Symphony No. 4, Italian, 1st Movement, Mendelssohn)

(Boy in Elephant Costume plays with Butterfly Rattle)

(Elephant Ramp Walker)

(Roary The Lion Roars At Noah The Elephant But Noah Trumpets Back)

Korrina: What about this animal?

(Timon and Pumbaa look at the bald eagle stock photo. When Korrina taps the bald eagle picture, the bald eagle flew out of the picture!)

Timon and Pumbaa: AAAAAH!

(Eagle Screeches)

Korrina: Come on, Timon and Pumbaa. It's just a large bird. He's one of my favorite birds! He's a bald...


Coiny: Hey, that's my thing!

Robert Irwin: Good! Eagle begins with the letter E. In general, an eagle is any bird of prey more powerful than a buteo. An eagle may resemble a vulture in build and flight characteristics but has a fully feathered head and strong feet equipped with great curved talons. A further difference is in foraging habits: eagles subsist mainly on live prey. They are too ponderous for effective aerial pursuit but try to surprise and overwhelm their prey on the ground.

Caracal: Like owls, many decapitate their kills. Because of their strength, eagles have been a symbol of war and imperial power since Babylonian times. Their likeness is found on Greek and Roman ruins, coins, and medals. Let's see the eagle in action!

Timon and Pumbaa: Cue the music!

(Music Video About Eagles: A Night on Bald Mountain, Mussorgsky)

F Segment

Beshte: Poa! How about the letter F, Korrina?

Flower: Well, everyone knows that F is for fashion, and I think now is the perfect time to advertise the new products from my fashion line, Glitter For Your Face!

(A Glitter For Your Face commercial begins. Flower jumps in wearing her pink glitter sweater.)

Flower: Hey everyone! Glitter For Your Face is introducing some new coloured sweaters, including Chartreuse, Magenta and Tangerine! Plus, we also have the new tissue box slippers, that are the comfiest sweaters you’ll ever wear! You can buy these at WWW.GlitterForYourFace.Com! So, Yeah! Buy now!

(Woody pushes the glitter sweaters off a cliff.)

Flower: Oh, for petal’s sake! Not again!

Korrina: Take a look at this animal on the forest frame.

(Lizzy the tiger sees a fox stock photo. She coughs, barks like a fox and goes down.)

Korrina: Yes! It's RED! It is a red... Say it with us!

Kion, Fuli, Ono, and Emily: FOX!

Korrina: That's it! Fox begins with the letter F.

Robert: Many people are familiar with the red fox, but there are over 30 species of fox living in an amazing variety of environments all over the world, which includes the arctic fox (which will also be featured later), the desert-dwelling fennec fox, the African bat-eared fox and many more. In general, foxes are small members of the dog family, the largest of which is the red fox.

Serena: I love foxes! They're so cute!

Robert: Although many fox species are endangered or threatened, the red fox has a strong population. Millions can be found all over Europe and North America. There is no doubt of the beauty of these animals, and there is no doubt why the term "fox" is often used to describe attractive people too!

Music Video About Foxes: Peer Gynt Suite, Anitra's Dance, Grieg

Gemmy animated sidestepping fox

Kenny the fox jumps into a pile of leaves.

Korrina: Now what about these animals?

Blocky: Hey, guys! For a prank, Trap a bunch of flamingos into a portrait. When someone touches it, let the animals fly out and give them some freedom! Check this out.

(Viola, Timon, Pumbaa, and Valerie look at a picture of flamingos. When Korrina taps the picture, the flamingos fly out of the picture.)


Timon and Pumbaa: AAAAH!

Blocky: HAHAHAHAHAHA! Get pranked, bro! You fell for it again!

Random Voice-Over: This program was brought to you by Blocky's Funny Doings International.

Valerie: WHOOOOO! This is my favorite bird!

Korrina: This bird is a..

Anga: Flamingo!

Robert: Nice! Flamingo begins with F! With their pink and crimson plumage, long legs and necks, and strongly hooked bills, flamingos cannot be mistaken for any other type of bird. These beauties have long fascinated people. An accurate cave painting of a flamingo, found in the south of Spain, dates back to 5,000 B.C. Today, images of flamingos are found in literature (Alice used them as croquet mallets in Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll), and immortalized as plastic lawn ornaments! CRIKEY! Let's see flamingos in action!

(Music Video About Flamingos: Spring Song, Mendelssohn)

(Girl dressed in Flamingo Costume during the Spring Song before the flamingo stock footage.)

(Wind-Up Flamingo)

G Segment

Korrina: What animals can we make with G?

May: What animal is this Max?

(Noah looks at gorilla footprints and a gorilla stock photo, and hears gorilla noises in the background.)

Max: He's a strong, black, and smart..WHOOOOAAA!


Korrina: Yes! It's a very strong... Say it with us!

Snowball: No!

Korrina, Max, May, Timon, and Pumbaa: Gorilla!

Korrina: He sure is! G is for guh, guh, gorilla.

Blocky: We get it, okay?

Robert: Gorillas are peaceful, family oriented, plant-eating primates that live in complex social groups. They are the largest of all primates—the group of animals that includes monkeys, lemurs, orangutans, chimpanzees, and humans.

Pumbaa: I thought they were dangerous, but it turns out they're not dangerous at all!

Robert: The past 15 years have seen a dramatic decline in gorilla population size, with almost half of the entire eastern gorilla population suspected to have been wiped out. Illegal hunting has become a lucrative activity in the region.

Timon: We must save this species!

Korrina: That's right!

Dashi: Let's see them in action!


(Gorilla music video: Carmen Suite No. 1, Les Toreadors, Bizet)

(Translucent Popovers: Gorilla and Z Wind-Ups: Gregory Gorilla)

Korrina: Now what animal is this?

(Jane And Ginny The Gazelle Leap behind a gazelle stock photo.)

Pumbaa: This guy loves to leap fast! RAAAAAAH!

Korrina: CALM DOWN! This animal is a...

Emily and Owl: Gazelle!

Korrina: Right! Gazelle begins with the letter G!

Robert: Gazelles have adapted to inhabit waterless steppe, subdesert, and even desert. They can extract water from the plants they browse without having to drink. They have narrow jaws and incisor rows for highly selective feeding on the most nutritious growth. The Thomson's gazelle is still common in East Africa and abundant in the Serengeti ecosystem of Tanzania. Let's see gazelles in action!

(Music Video About Gazelles: Little Prelude in E, BWV 938, Bach)

H Segment

Korrina: Now we got Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, Dolphin, Elephant, Fox, Gorilla, what animal comes next? It's Heron, Iguana, Jaguar, Kangaroo!

Valerie: So what animals can we make with the letter H?

(Jane looks at a heron stock photo.)

Korrina: Take a look at this bird!

Little Bear: I saw this bird in the Mother Nature episode when I was playing an instrument and flew away.

Skyla: Do you know this animal? It's a...

Ono: Heron!

Korrina: Way to go! Heron begins with the letter H!

Robert: Herons hunt for fish, amphibians, insects and other small animals in both salt and freshwater, but builds its nest in trees, bushes or on the ground. To hunt, a heron will either stand completely still and wait patiently for its prey or it will wade into the water to drive its prey out. When the time is right, it will lunge its neck into the water and usually swallow the prey in one gulp.

(Music Video About Herons: Flute Quartet No. 4 in A, K298, 3rd Movement, Mozart)

Christopher: Now what about this animal?

David: I saw those flying in the yard!

Korrina: Do you love those birds in your yard? This bird is a.... Come on, say it out loud!

Bunga: Hummingbird? ZUKA ZAMA!

Korrina: Good! This guy I ever heard! Hummingbird begins with the letter H!

Robert: Hummingbirds include the smallest birds in the world, but they belong to one of the largest group of birds, the Trochilidae family. These enchanting birds are found in deserts, mountains, and plains, but most live in tropical rainforests. The smallest is the bee hummingbird from Cuba, and the largest is the giant hummingbird from South America. Hummingbird bills come in different sizes and shapes, too. The long, slender bill is adapted to collect nectar from flowers. The bill protects the long, split tongue and allows each kind of hummingbird to feed from specific types of flowers. Hummingbirds are called nectivores, because about 90 percent of their diet is the nectar from flowers. They also snack on insects, which they often catch by “hawking.” A hummingbird “hawks” insects by flying and diving to snap them up out of the air.

(Music Video About Hummingbirds: String Quartet No. 17 in B Flat, K458, 1st Movement, Mozart)

(Hummingbird Ornament)

I Segment

Korrina: Let's do I!

Leafy: I know what I stands for! Ice Cube! Isn't that right, Icy?

Ice Cube: I want revenge!

Serval: I is for this lizard.

(Jane looks at an iguana stock photo.)

Kaban: Wow! It's a lizard!

Kyururu: Another word for lizard is.. Do you know? Think now!

Timon and Pumbaa: IGUANA!

Korrina: Yikes! I don't wanna be spiked on the lizard! Iguana begins with the letter I.

Robert: Iguanas are found in the Americas, with their whip-like tail, making about half of that length. Like other reptiles, iguanas are cold-blooded, egg-laying animals with an excellent ability to adapt to their environment.

Timon: Are some endangered?

Robert: Yes, Timon. While some iguanas, like the green iguana, are quite common, others, like the Fiji banded iguana, are endangered. Some iguanas have dull colour, and others have bright and vivid colour. Because iguanas are found in all different habitats, each has their own unique adaptation.

(Music Video About Iguanas: Gaite Parisienne, Polka, Offenbach)

Korrina: Now what about this guy?

(Georgia sees an Ibex stock photo.)

Moose (From Little Bear): Hi there, little ones! He has horns like me!

Korrina: Hold on, Moose! This animal is an...


Korrina: Good job, Hen! Ibex begins with the letter I.

Robert: Ibexes are distinguished by the striking, backward-arching horns, belonging to the males, which are long, slender, and ridged, casting a brilliant silhouette against the rocky, mountainous terrain of its surroundings.

Pumbaa: Honestly, those horns remind me of snakes.

Caracal: These incredibly agile animals spend their time in steep mountainous terrain, which would normally be dangerous to other animals. However, they move up and down the precipitous cliffs with ease, and in this hostile environment this plays a big part in predator avoidance. Males grow impressive horns (up to 4 feet!) for defense and to impress females during mating season.

(Music Video About Ibexes: Minuet, Boccherini)

J Segment

Kyururu: Now we got the iguana, what animal is next?

(Jaguar growling quietly)

Kaban: Listen. It's sounds like its coming from the picture frame!

(Jaguar growling loudly)


Everyone including Robert and Christopher: *Screaming*

Kaban: J is for this s-s-s-s scary cat!

(Timon looks at a jaguar stock photo.)


Korrina: This animal is a...

Pumbaa, Caracal, Emily, Hen, Iris, Duck, Cat, Owl, and Serval: JAGUAR! AAAAAAAAAAH!

Korrina: Good scream and roar! Jaguar begins with the letter J!

Pumbaa: Robert, help me with the facts!

Korrina: Are we learning about the tiger for the letter T?

Robert: The tiger will come later, but we're learning about jaguars! As the only big cat species in the New World, jaguars have dominated the rituals and stories of the people who live there.

Pumbaa: Aren't they the 3rd largest cat in the world?

Robert: Yes, they are. Lions are the 2nd largest and tigers are the largest. Some tales say that jaguars can move between worlds, because they are at home both in the trees and on the ground, and they hunt both day and night. Today, the jaguar continues to be considered a symbol of royalty, intelligence, beauty, and strength.

(Jaguar music video: Contradance No. 8, Beethoven)

Korrina: What animal is this, Valerie?

(Jane looks at a blue jay stock photo.)

Valerie: I know! It's my favorite bird! It's blue!

Korrina: Yes, it's a blue.. Say it with us!

Robert: Jaybird!

Korrina: GOOD WORK, ROBERT! Jaybird begins with the letter juh, juh, J.

Robert: The Blue Jay is a white-faced bird with a distinctive blue crest, back, wings and tail. A collar of black is often found around the throat and head, and bills, legs, feet and eyes are also black. The Blue Jay has a very heavy bill which is used to peck open a variety of nuts, acorns and cocoons.

Iris: But are they really blue?

Robert: The Blue Jay’s feathers are not actually blue. The bright cobalt colour is the result of the unique inner structure of the feathers, which distort the reflection of light off the bird, making it look blue.

Iris: Oh, okay!

(Music Video About Blue Jays: The Marriage of Figaro, Overture, Mozart)

K Segment

Korrina: Let's do K!

Little Bear: What animal is this?

(Jane and Galileo play the seesaw behind the kangaroo stock photo.)

May: That's a mammal from Australia.

Korrina: Do you know this animal from Australia? It's a...

Owl and Hen: KANGAROO!

Korrina: Good as new! Kangaroo begins with K!

Robert: The word kangaroo often brings to mind a picture of a big, bounding critter with long ears and a baby, or joey, peeking out of its mother's pouch. Maybe you envision Kanga and Roo from A. A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh books from the story of the same name?

Cat: Well... YES! I did!

Robert: Either way, kangaroos are perhaps Australia's best-known wildlife and are found in stories and movies not to mention sports team mascots the world over! So, let's see them in ACTION!

(Music Video About Kangaroos: Contradance No. 12, Beethoven)

(Boxing Kangaroo)

Snowball: I bet I can beat that kangaroo in a fight!

Korrina: Now, what animal is this?

(Mozart The Koala Snoozes in a tree behind a koala stock photo covered in leaves. But Noah The Elephant Wakes Him Up By Trumpeting revealing a koala stock photo.)

Owl: I sleep all day! It's a..

Korrina: YES! He sleeps all day. He's a..

Little Bear: Koala, like me!


Korrina: RIGHT! Koala begins with K!

Robert: Koalas are native to southeastern and eastern Australia, living in forests of eucalypt trees. They need to sleep a lot to give them time to digest their food. Being on the ground all the time would be a disadvantage, because predators could catch them easily. Instead, they adapted to live way up in eucalyptus trees, rear end firmly planted in the fork of branches, so they can chew leaves and nap all they want to without feeling threatened.

Golf Ball: Based on my calculations, I just found out that koalas aren't actually bears, but rather marsupials, which means they belong to the same family as kangaroos.

Flower: Wow, Golf Ball! You're so smart!

(Music Video About Koalas: Contradance No. 6, Beethoven)

(Boy wearing a Koala Costume during Contradance No. 6, when the koala stock footage appears.)

(Micropets: Oz the Koala during the music.)

(Galileo the kangaroo gets Mozart the koala to dance with him.)

L Segment

Korrina: Now we got Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, Dolphin, Elephant, Fox, Gorilla, Heron, Iguana, Jaguar, and Kangaroo, what animal comes next? It's Lion, Monkey, Nyala, Ostrich, Peacock!

Timon: Let's do L!

Korrina: What animal begins with L?

(Simba roars)

Simba: Sorry, guys! I just roared with Kyururu.

Pumbaa: Simba, you're name begins with the letter L!

Blocky: It begins with S! You don't know anything!

Firey: Is that a plane?

Korrina: YIKES! Here comes the plane!

"Things Like That Just Happen."

(Finger Follies Lion Riding On A Popping Plane)

Tennis Ball: Why is that lion on a plane?

Eraser: Things like that just happen. I don't know why, but they just do.

(Jane The Monkey Tries To Guess What Sound A Lion Makes. Jane barks like a dog.)

Pumbaa: NO! That's a dog.

(Jane neighs like a horse, quacks like a duck, baas like a sheep, oinks like a pig, meows like a cat, cocks like a rooster, bleats like a goat, honks like a goose, hee-haws like a donkey, squawks like a parrot, gobbles like a turkey, squeals like a rabbit, squeaks like a mouse, and croaks like a frog.)

Korrina, Iris, Timon, Pumbaa, and Serena: No! (14 times)

(But Roary The Lion Roars And Jane Roars Back behind a lion stock photo)

Iris, Timon, Pumbaa, and Serena: Yes! What animal is that, Korrina?

Korrina: I got it! This animal loves to roar! It's a...

No Feet: Let me guess! Is it a lion?

Korrina: Roar! You're right! Lion begins with L!

Robert: Stars of movies and characters in books, lions are at the top of the food chain. The Swahili word for lion, simba, also means "king," "strong," and "aggressive." Despite this, lions aren't actually kings of the jungle, because that role belongs to the elephants. The word lion has similar meaning in our vocabulary like eagle. Let's see the lion in action, then the train, then the giraffe!

(Music Video About Lions: The Moldau, River Theme, Smetana)

(Roary The Lion Tries To Catch A Choo Choo Train)

(Roary The Lion Roars And Georgia The Giraffe But Georgia Grows Her Neck)

Korrina: And what about this animal?

(Jane sees the llama stock photo)

Korrina: Do you remember this animal? It's a..

Moose (from Little Bear): Llama!

Korrina: Good work! Llama begins with the letter L!

Robert: The llama is closely related to the alpaca, guanaco, and vicuña, which are known collectively as lamoids. Unlike camels, lamoids do not have the characteristic camel humps; they are slender-bodied animals and have long legs and necks, short tails, small heads, and large, pointed ears. Gregarious animals, they graze on grass and other plants. When annoyed, they spit.

Snowball: Ew!

Match: That's, like, gross.

David: Llamas are able to interbreed and to produce fertile offspring.

(Music Video About Llamas: Musical Moment No. 3, Schubert)

M Segment

Mitzi: Let's do M!

Korrina: What animal is next?

Robert: Well Korrina, if you look inside that banana, you'll know what's coming next.

Charlie Chimp Lollipuppet

Timon: Oh, I know what's next!


(A stock photo shows bananas reused from Wild Animal Safari (2010).)

(Jane The Monkey and Max Slip On A Banana Peel revealing a monkey stock photo.)



(Monkey laughing)

Korrina: Come on, Max! It's just a jungle animal. It is a...

Mitzi: MONKEY!

Bunga: Correct! THAT'S RIGHT!

Makini: Yay!

Shiny: Nice!

Don: (Laughing)

Tiny: Wow!

Buddy: (Chuckles)

Beshte: Poa!

Mr. Conductor: Huzzah to that!

Rafiki: This is one of my favorite animals!

Mitzi: M is for monkey!

Korrina: Monkey begins with the letter M!

Robert: There are currently 264 known species of monkeys.

Pumbaa: That's a lot of monkeys!

Robert: 138 of them are old world monkeys, which range from Africa to Asia. 100 of them are new world monkeys, which all come from Central and South America. Most monkeys are arboreal, which means they spend most of their time in the trees. Examples of arboreal monkeys include howler monkeys, tamarins and marmosets. other monkeys, which include mandrills, baboons and macaques, are terrestrial, which means they prefer the ground rather than the trees.

Timon: Now I know the difference!

Robert: There are few characteristics that are also different in both old world and new world monkeys. The noses, cheek pouches, rump pads and tails of old world monkeys are different compared to the ones that belong to new world monkeys. Do you know what's fun seeing the monkeys in the zoo? Swinging around!

(Music Video About Monkeys: The Bartered Bride, Skocna, Smetana)

(Monkeys Playing Glockenspiels)

(Boy dressed up in a Monkey Costume)

(Jane has a banana, but watches as her brother Murray manages to get a banana split, She sighs, but Murray decides to share the split with her)

Korrina: Now what animal is this?

(Moose from Little Bear looks at a moose stock photo.)

Moose: It kinda looks like me!


Coiny: Gosh Snowball, no need to go harsh on him.

Korrina: This animal is a..

Little Bear, Emily, Mitzi, Tutu, Owl, Hen, Duck, and Cat: MOOSE!

Korrina: Good job! Moose begins with the letter M.

Robert: Large, long-legged and lumpy, moose wander woods and waterways gobbling grasses and other plants to nourish their big bodies. Unlike other deer that travel in herds, these animals most often live alone or in small family groups. Let's see them in action!

(Music Video About Moose: Gaite Parisienne, Barcarolle, Offenbach)

(Penny kisses a red book, a red car and Morris Moose who then kisses Penny reused from World of Colors)

Intermission and N Segment

(Bell rings)

Korrina: Uh-oh!

Timon and Pumbaa: What?

Blocky: What's wrong? Did Leafy steal Dream Island again?

Leafy: NO I DIDN'T!

Zazu: It is time to sing the A-Z Song one more time!



Blocky: Let's get outta here!

Pen: Wait for me, guys!

Blocky: Woody, would you like to join us?

Woody: Sure!

Blocky: Great! While they sing the alphabet song, we can prepare our next prank!

Woody: Great idea!

Korrina: OK, Hit it!

(A-Z Song, Traditional sung by animals)

(The curtains close)

Pin: What just happened?

Golf Ball: It appears that the intermission has started.

Blocky: I have an idea! Let’s do an N-Z picture gallery break!

Flower: I was thinking of the exact same thing!

Coiny: Well, let the N-Z picture gallery begin!

Everyone: Yeah!

(Pictures of an Exhibition, 2nd Promenade, Mussorgsky: stock photos of nyala, ostrich, peacock, quail, rhino, sea lion, tiger, umbrellabird, vulture, wolf, x-ray fish, yak, and zebra)

(The curtains open)

Korrina: Alright! Let's do N! N is for this bird.

(Jane looks at the nightingale stock photo.)

Kyururu: Neat! This bird loves to sing!

Korrina: Yes, This bird is a..

Hen: (Singing reused from Diva Hen). (Finished singing). I got it! I got it! NIGHTINGALE!

Korrina: Right! Nightingale begins with the letter N!

Robert: The common nightingale, rufous nightingale or simply nightingale, is a small passerine bird best known for its powerful and beautiful song. Speaking of singing, Let's see him in action!

(Music Video About Nightingales: Sonatina in G, Beethoven)

Korrina: Now what about this majestic animal?

(Pumbaa looks at a nyala stock photo.)


Pen: Uhhhh, what are you talking about? Eagles and antelopes have nothing in common!

Korrina: Do you love this animal? It's a..

Timon: Nyala!

Korrina: Right you are! N is for nnn, nnn, nyala!

Robert: The nyala is a spiral-horned and middle-sized antelope, between a bushbuck and a kudu. It is considered the most sexually dimorphic antelope. Nyala rams are shorter than kudu. Male nyala have more stripes and they are more pronounced against their darker and longer coats. Female kudu look more like males. Nyala ewe's have many more stripes (up to 18) than kudu females.

(Music Video About Nyalas: Bolero, Ravel)

O Segment

Owl: Let's do O!

Korrina: O is for this flightless bird.

(Flossy saw the ostrich stock photo covered in rainbow paint. So she removes the paint revealing an ostrich stock photo.)

Emily: This is one of my favorite flightless birds!

Bunga: Yes, Emily! This bird is an...

Needle: An EMU?!!?

Coiny: No! That's not an emu.


Korrina: Good job, not a glitch! Ostrich begins with O!

Robert: Ostriches don't bury their heads in the sand—they wouldn't be able to breathe!


Korrina: Come on, Emily. It’s just a myth!

Emily: Oh. Right!

Robert: But they do dig holes in the dirt to use as nests for their eggs. Several times a day, a bird puts her head in the hole and turns the eggs. So it really does look like the birds are burying their heads in the sand! Also, like camels, the ostrich can tolerate high temperatures and go without water for long periods of time.

Christopher: As it is so heavy, this flightless bird that can never take to the skies; instead, it’s built to run. Its long, thick, and powerful legs can cover great distances without much effort, and its feet have only two toes for greater speed. Let's see him in action!

(Music Video About Ostriches: Carnival of the Animals, Wild Horses, Saint Saens)

(Panic Creatures: Ostrich during Wild Horses before the puppet show.)

(When Beethoven and Jane start fighting at the end, Flossy knocks Jane and Beethoven with a loud crash making the audience laugh at the end of the music and Roary roars to the viewer wearing an ostrich costume.)

Shellington: Well, that ostrich did it! But, I'm also a clue to the animal we're learning about next!

Korrina: What animal is this?

(Timon looks at an otter stock photo.)

Timon: Look! It's a water weasel!

Korrina: Another word for water weasel is... It's an O animal! The next animal can use his hands. He lives in the water and on the land. Say it with us!

Otters (from Little Bear): Otters like us!

Emily: Good Job, guys! Otter begins with the letter O!

Shellington: As members of the weasel family, otters spend most of their lives in the water, and they are made for it! The otters' sleek, streamlined bodies are perfect for diving and swimming. Otters also have long, slightly flattened tails that move sideways to propel them through the water while their back feet act like rudders to steer.

Timon: Otters are so cute!

Pumbaa: How playful are they?

Shellington: Otters are very energetic and playful. You might say they love to party! They are intelligent and curious, and they are usually busy hunting, investigating, or playing with something. Otters like to throw and bounce things, wrestle, twirl, and chase their tail. They also play games of tag and chase each other, both in the water and on the ground. River otters seem to like sliding down mud banks or in the snow—they’ll do it over and over again! All this activity is part of the otters’ courtship, social bonding, and communication behavior, and since young otters need practice, they tend to be even more playful than the adults.

Korrina: Let's see the otter in action! Cue the music!

(Jane the monkey swims behind an otter stock photo.)


Music Video About Otters: Concerto in C Major, RV 537, 1st Movement, Vivaldi

(Wind-up Sam the sea otter)

Bonus Animal for the Letter O

Korrina: What animal is this?

(Timon looks at an owl stock photo.)


Korrina: This bird comes out of night.

Owl: It's me! I'm an owl!

Korrina: Good! Owl begins with O.

Robert: While most of us have no problem identifying an owl, just look for that round face, sharp, hooked bill, and large eyes—it’s not as easy to distinguish between different kinds of owls. Everything about an owl’s body makes it the ideal bird for night living. An owl has the best night vision of any animal, and its hearing is nearly as acute.

Serena: Owls are nocturnal, right?

Robert: Right. An owl's eyes are so big in comparison to the head that there is little room for eye muscles, meaning owls can’t move their eyes. Instead, owls must move their entire head to follow the movement of prey.

Music Video About Owls: Six Children's Pieces, Op. 72, 2nd Movement, Mendelssohn (owl stock footage) and Violin Sonata No. 1, BWV 1001, 2nd Movement, Bach (Snowy Owl version with guitars and snowy owl footage)

Wind-Up Walking Owls

P Segment

Duck: Let's do the letter P!

Korrina: P is for this black-and-white animal. You're gonna love this animal, Max!

(Jane finds a bamboo tree but she sees the panda photo along with Andy)

Max: These guys eat bamboo. It's a..

Blocky: Hey, Guys! For a prank, push Max into the animal portrait and watch him crash into the photo! Go for it, Woody!

Woody: I'm On It!

(Woody pushes Max.)



Woody: HAHAHAHA! Pretty funny!

Random Voice-Over: This program was brought to you by Blocky's Funny Doings International.

Korrina: This animal eats bamboo. It's a..

Little Bear: PANDA!

Korrina: Right! P is for Panda!

Robert: The giant panda is an instantly recognizable creature known as a worldwide symbol of conservation. This bear is native to China, which is the only place in the world that has them displayed in the wild. They are so popular and loved by Chinese people that law has protected people from trespassing their habitat. Now, the worldwide love for pandas has been combined with international efforts to keep them from becoming extinct.

Timon: So THAT'S why people love them so much!

Robert: A panda's diet is made up mostly of bamboo. They love bamboo so much, they spend at least 12 hours a day eating it.

Pumbaa: Bamboo sounds delicious!

Timon: Pumbaa, bamboo isn't part of a warthog's diet.

Pumbaa: Oh, right.

Christopher: Though the pandas are no longer listed as endangered, their own survival is far from secure.

Music Video About Pandas: Peer Gynt Suite, Arabian Dance, Grieg

(Drumming Panda during Arabian Dance before the panda footage begins.)

(Andy The Panda stands below the umbrella with Flossy the Flamingo)

Korrina: And what about this bird?

(Iris, Valerie, May, Max, and Korrina look at a peacock stock photo.)

Valerie: This is one of my favorite birds!

Korrina: This colorful animal is a..

Iris: Look, not in front of the parents! It's the peacock!

Korrina: Way to go on the clock! Peacock starts with the letter P!

Hen: He looks like me!

Robert: Peacocks are members of the pheasant family.

Pumbaa: Why do the males display lots of feathers?

Robert: The peacock has some of the brightest feathers and one of the most impressive courting displays of any bird in the world, which is called a train. The peacock needs his bright feathers in order to attract a mate. The male peacocks display a wide array of feathers on their train, which most people think is a tail. Their long train and bright feathers make an easy target for predators, mainly tigers, leopards and mongooses. Peacocks can be found across India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and southeast Asia. In zoos, they can be found wandering freely.

(Music Video About Peacocks: Alcina, Tambourino, Handel)

(Penny wears an orange afro. Then, she wears red pearls and red sunglasses, and gets her posing pictures taken. Then, she appears upside down, and wears orange hair.)

Q Segment

Korrina: Now we got Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, Dolphin, Elephant, Fox, Gorilla, Heron, Iguana, Jaguar, Kangaroo, Lion, Monkey, Nyala, Ostrich, and Peacock, what animal comes next? It's Quail, Rhino, Sea Lion!

Makini: So what animals can we make with the letter Q?

Korrina: Q is for this small bird.

(Max looks at a quail stock photo.)

Max: This bird is a... (Clucks like a chicken) WHOOOOAAAAAAAAA!


Korrina: Come on, Max! It's just a desert bird. This bird is a Gambel's...

Cat: Quail?!!?

Kwazii: YEOW!

Korrina: GO TO JAIL! Quail begins with the letter Q.

Robert: The Gambel's Quail is often abundant near desert streams and waterholes, with coveys walking to the water in the morning and evening, giving a variety of clucking and crowing notes. As cities have grown in the desert southwest, these birds have adapted to life in the surrounding suburbs, coming into back yards to eat grain scattered for them.

(Music Video About Quail: French Suite No. 4 in E Flat, BWV 815, Gigue, Bach)

Korrina: And what about this guy?

(Otters from Little Bear look at a quokka stock photo.)

Otter 1: He looks like a kangaroo!


Otter 3: NO! It looks like a koala.

Otter 4: NO! It looks like a wallaby.

(The otters form a pyramid seeing the quokka stock photo. When Korrina yelled, "CANNONBALL!" offscreen, she knocked the otter pyramid.)



Korrina: Come on, otters! It's just a cute animal. This is a..

Otters from Little Bear: Quokka, Balloonhead! QUOKKA!

Korrina: Good job out there! Quokka begins with Q!

Robert: The quokka was common in coastal parts of the mainland of southwestern Australia until the 1930s, when the red fox was introduced. This voracious hunter made short order of the quokka in many areas. Luckily, the foxes did not make it to Rottnest Island, so quokkas are more plentiful there. Most quokkas take shelter in a thicket or some other shady, cool protected area during the day. They return to the same shelter at the end of each nighttime foraging expedition.

(Music Video About Quokkas: Symphony No. 3, Op. 55, 4th Movement, Beethoven)

R Segment

Makini: Let's do R.

Korrina: R is for this BIG and GRAY animal.

Coiny: Is that an elephant?

Firey: COINY!

(Firey and Coiny start slapping)

(Zazu sees a rhino stock photo.)

Zazu: Oh no, this guy sat on my head! I remember it clearly!

Korrina: Of course, this guy sat on your head. This animal has horns and a gray body. It is a... Say it with us!

Emily, Owl, Serena, and Timon: RHINO!

Korrina: Good. Rhino begins with the letter R.

Robert: The rhinoceros looks as though it has lumbered into our time from some primeval era. Its heavyset body stands on sturdy legs like tree trunks. Its eyes peer from a massive head that tapers to that battering ram of a horn. In our imaginations, the rhino is the embodiment of brute strength. Yet most of the time this fearsome creature is content to browse peacefully on vegetation.

(Music Video About Rhinos: Symphony No. 5, 1st Movement, Schubert)

(Boy dressed in rhino costume during Symphony No. 5, 1st Movement by Schubert before the rhino footage begins.)

Korrina: Now, what about this animal?

(Roger is seen sleeping near the rooster footprints, until Cud wakes him up with a cowbell. Cud walks off and Roger crows revealing a rooster stock photo.)

May: This bird lives on a farm!

Korrina: So many feathers on a farm! I have a ponytail like the bird's crest. This farm animal like my ponytail is a...

Bunga: Rooster!

Korrina: Good! Rooster begins with the letter R.

Robert: An adult male chicken is called a “rooster” and an adult female is called a “hen.” Roosters are larger, usually more brightly colored, and have larger combs on top of their heads compared to hens. Let's see the rooster in action!

(Music Video About Roosters: Snowbird on the Ashbank, Traditional)

S Segment

Makini: What animal begins with the Letter S?

(Sea lion barking twice)

Korrina: You're going to love this S animal, Neptune!

(Neptune balances a Yellow Ball on his nose behind a sea lion stock photo.)

Iris: Neptune! Neptune! What are you doing here? This is no time for circus tricks!

(Neptune laughs and walks away)

Korrina: Can you sssssswim like a sssss..... Say it! Swim like a ssss.......

Bunga: SEA LION!

Korrina: Right you are! It's a sea lion! Sea lion begins with the letter S!

Shellington: Sea lions, seals, and walruses are in a scientific group of animals called pinnipeds, which means "wing foot." You could probably pick out a walrus if you saw one, but how do you tell sea lions and seals apart? Sea lions and seals are marine mammals, spending a good part of each day in the ocean to find their food. They all have flippers at the end of their limbs to help them swim. Like all marine mammals, they have a thick layer of blubber to keep them warm in the chilly ocean. And they all like to eat fish. And by fish, I mean lots of fish!

(Sea lion barking twice)

Shellington: There are 6 species of sea lion: Northern, California, Galapagos, Southern, Australian and New Zealand. All of which can be found in the Pacific Ocean. Let's see the sea lions in action! Cue the music, maestro!

(Music Video About Sea Lions: Grande Valse Brillante, Chopin)

(Wind-Up Seals: Blue Danube Waltz, Strauss II)

Korrina: Now what about this lake animal?

(Jane The Monkey And Kenny The Fox Dance Gracefully Like Swans behind a swan stock photo.)

Makini: COOL! This animal that is white is a...

Ono: SWAN!

Makini: Right you on! Swan begins with the letter S!

Robert: The swan is the largest of all waterfowl. Swans have remarkably long necks, as long as their bodies held out thrust in flight but proudly erect when attentively swimming. Swans are well adapted for the harsh environments in which they sometimes live.

Korrina: Swans are beautiful!

Iris: Indeed!

(Music Video About Swans: Swan Lake, Waltz, Tchaikovsky)

Korrina: Now what about this beach bird?

(Neptune is having a picnic on the sand until he hears seagulls.)

Makini: OK, I got the Tuliz--(Screams) What's that?

Korrina: I DON'T KNOW! This bird steals your food in the beach. It is a...

Ono: Seagull!

Korrina: Good! Seagull begins with the letter S!

Shellington: Seagulls can be found flying anywhere, but their native range is beaches and oceans. But be careful when you have picnics at the beach, because seagulls could steal your food!

Serena: Maybe having picnics at the beach isn't the best idea.

Shellington: But do you know what is the best idea? Watching seagulls take flight! Hit it, maestro!

Music Video About Seagulls: Water Music Suite No. 1 in F, Air, Handel

T Segment

Korrina: Now we got Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, Dolphin, Elephant, Fox, Gorilla, Heron, Iguana, Jaguar, Kangaroo, Lion, Monkey, Nyala, Ostrich, Peacock, Quail, Rhino, and Sea Lion, what animal comes next? It's Tiger, Umbrellabird, Vulture!

Makini: Like this! Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, Dolphin, Elephant, Fox, Gorilla-

Snowball: KNOCK IT OFF!

Kion: Keep on going!

Makini: Heron, Iguana, Jaguar, Kangaroo, Lion, Monkey, Nyala, Ostrich, Peacock, Quail, Rhino, Sea Lion, Tiger, Umbrellabird, Vulture!

Little Bear: What animals can we make with the letter T?

Serena: Tennis Ball?

Tennis Ball: NO! Don’t even think about it!

Korrina: T is for this BIG animal!

(Jane, Roger, and Max look at a tiger stock photo, walk when Max, Jane, and Roger are scared, stand back and roar.)

Max: (Gasp)! This is a big ferocious striped.... ROOOOOAAAAAAR! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

May: You did it, Max! You roared at the animal stripes into this animal picture!

Korrina: Come on, May and Max. It's just a large cat! It is a....

Little Bear, Elesa, Valerie, and Owl: TIGER!

Korrina: Right! He's a cool cat! Tiger begins with the letter T!

Robert: You heard Korrina, T is for tigers, the world's largest cat. The tiger is a stalk-and-ambush hunter, and the distinctive stripes are good camouflage in the long grass or wooded forests of their diverse habitats.

Pumbaa: Tigers look so majestic and beautiful!

Timon: But they're still dangerous!

Pumbaa: You don't know the true definition of beauty, Timon!

Robert: Okay, guys, time for more tiger facts. The tiger’s front paws are large and strong to bring down prey. The claws can be pulled inside while the tiger walks, which helps keep the claws sharp. Tigers also use their claws to mark their territory by scratching on trees. Conveniently, this also sharpens the claws. There are currently six subspecies of tigers, all highly endangered due to human hunting and encroachment on their forest habitat. To people of many cultures, the tiger is a symbol of strength and courage. But if tigers are so admired, why are they endangered? For many years, tigers have been hunted for their fur and other body parts, some of which are used in native medicines. In some cultures, people hunt tigers for sport or to demonstrate their own bravery. Tiger hunting continues today because the body parts can be sold for a lot of money. But luckily, zoos and wildlife conservation centres are trying their hardest to bring the tiger population back.

Music Video About Tigers: Peer Gynt Suite, In the Hall of the Mountain King, Grieg

Lizzy The Tiger Bangs A Gong But She Faints

Dancing Deedle Dudes: Tiger (Clip from Discovering Animals: On Safari by Krazy Krok)

(The page turns to the toucan stock photo.)

Korrina: Now I'm pretty sure you all know what animal this is!

(Makini looks at a toucan stock photo.)

Makini: That bird is from South America!

Korrina: This bird is colorful. She loves to toss fruit. She is a...

Makini: TOUCAN!

Korrina: Fast as you can! Toucan begins with the letter T!

Robert: Perhaps the most well known tropical bird, the toucan is a symbol of playfulness and intelligence that has been used quite successfully by advertisers and business owners.

Pumbaa: I know about Toucan Sam from Froot Loops cereal.

Serena: I'm sure the viewers have too.

Robert: The word “toucan” comes from the sound the bird makes. Their songs often resemble croaking frogs. Toucans combine their extensive vocal calls with tapping and clattering sounds from their bill.

Timon: Cool!

Korrina: The toucan's bill is a very useful tool!

Toucan music video: Symphony No. 8, Op. 93, 2nd Movement, Beethoven

(Wind-up hopping toucan Clip from Rainforest Animals by Donald Productions)

U Segment

Fuli: Nice! Let's do the letter U!

Korrina: U is for this beautiful animal like the peacock!

(Max looks at a unicorn stock photo.)

This guy is imaginary!



Korrina: That's right! This mythological animal is a...

Fuli, Ono, and Emily: Unicorn!

Korrina: Right above the horn! Unicorn begins with the letter U.

Robert: The unicorn is a mythological animal resembling a horse with a single horn on its forehead. The unicorn appeared in early Mesopotamian artworks, and it also was referred to in the ancient myths of India and China. The earliest description in Greek literature of a single-horned (Greek monokerōs, Latin unicornis) animal was by the historian Ctesias (c. 400 BCE), who related that the Indian wild ass was the size of a horse, with a white body, purple head, and blue eyes, and on its forehead was a cubit-long horn coloured red at the pointed tip, black in the middle, and white at the base. Those who drank from its horn were thought to be protected from stomach trouble, epilepsy, and poison. It was very fleet of foot and difficult to capture. The actual animal behind Ctesias’s description was probably the Indian rhinoceros. Let's see him in action!

(Music Video About Unicorns: Carnival of the Animals, Aquarium, Saint Saëns)

Korrina: What about this animal?

(Max sees an umbrellabird stock photo when Jane plays peekaboo with an umbrella.)

Max: That's a black.. wattled.. I know! I know! YEEEOWCH!


Korrina: Come on, Max! It's just a South American bird. It is an...

Beshte: Umbrellabird!

Korrina: Right! She's a cool bird! U is for umbrellabird!

Robert: Umbrella birds can be found in the rainforests of Equador, Panama, Costa Rica and Colombia. They're called that because they can wrap their feathers around their head, making them look like an umbrella.

Timon: That's facinating.

David: Umbrella birds spend most of their time in the canopies of tall trees. There are 3 species of umbrella bird, and they are all black and 38-50 cm long.

Music Video About Umbrella Birds: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, BWV 1048, 3rd Movement, Bach

V Segment

Robert: Let's do V!

Korrina: V is for this giant bird!


(A live Ruppell's griffon vulture swoops at Korrina, Robert, Max, and the viewers revealing a vulture stock photo.)

Max (To the viewers): There's a giant bird coming! DUCK, EVERYONE! DUCK!

Korrina (Showing the lappet-faced vulture and griffon vulture pictures.): These birds are scavengers. The Ruppell's Griffon and Lappet-faced are...


Golf Ball: Don't worry, vultures are decomposers, which means they feed only on dead things rather than alive things.

(A vulture picture appears again with a gong.)

Korrina: Wow, I never knew that! Thanks for that, Golf Ball! Vulture begins with the letter V!

Robert: Old World vultures look like their eagle and hawk relatives. They have large, grasping talons, a voice box to vocalize with, and build nests made of sticks on rocky platforms or in trees. Old World vultures have also been around longer than the New World vultures. They have stronger feet than the New World vultures, which have feet that are not designed for grasping, and large, broad wings that allow them to stay aloft for most of the day, and a large, powerful beak with a hooked tip.

Kyururu: Some other examples of Old World vultures are Himalayan, Egyptian, hooded, Indian black, and palm-nut vultures, and Egyptian or Eurasian griffons. THAT'S SO SCARY!

Serval: Although New World vultures are unable to make more than hissing and grunting sounds, Old World vultures can be quite vocal when feeding at a carcass, making lots of grunts, croaks, screeches, and chatter. White-backed vultures croak plaintively or squeal like pigs during a meal. Bearded vultures scream while rolling and twisting in flight during courtship.

Kaban: Not many animals threaten vultures. Covered as they are with bacteria, they would make most predators sick if eaten. Other scavengers may threaten the vulture, mainly to get better access to a shared carcass. Vultures tend to gorge themselves, often to the point of being unable to fly. If they feel bothered as they stand about digesting their food, they simply regurgitate to lighten the load and fly off.

(Music Video About Vultures: Requiem in D, K626, Dies Irae, Mozart)

Korrina: Now what about this dangerous animal?

(Korrina, Makini, Anga, and Rafiki look at a viper stock photo.)

Rafiki: Look, Korrina! It's a snake!

Korrina: Yes! Another word for snake is a.. Say it with us!

Coiny: PYTHON!

Makini, Kion, Ono, and Serena: VIPER!

Korrina: YIKES! I don't like this snake! Viper begins with the letter V!

(A sketch of a viper from the stock photo turning into a live action footage of a real Gaboon viper.)

Robert: The largest vipers in Africa, Gaboon vipers are lethargic and placid-natured. They only very rarely bite humans.


Korrina: What did they eat?

Robert: They eat small and medium-sized mammals and birds. Gaboon vipers are passive hunters, waiting concealed to strike at whatever small creatures pass within range. Most snakes strike and release, but this viper holds on until its prey dies. Gaboon vipers have a placid nature and very rarely bite humans. Most bites occur when the snake is stepped on before it has an opportunity to get away. If harassed, it will raise the upper part of its body and hiss in threat before actually striking.

Korrina: Good, LET'S SEE THE VIPER IN ACTION! Cue the music maestro!

(Music Video About Vipers: Canarios, Sanz)

Wind-Up Slithering Snake

W Segment

Korrina: Now we got 3 more animals, what animals come last?

Makini: Like this!

Korrina and Makini: Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, Dolphin, Elephant, Fox, Gorilla. Heron, Iguana, Jaguar, Kangaroo, Lion, Monkey, Nyala, Ostrich, Peacock. Quail, Rhino, Sea Lion, Tiger, Umbrellabird, Vulture...

Blocky, Snowball, Pen, Eraser, Coiny, Pencil, Match, Tiny, Shiny, Don, Buddy, Mr. Conductor, Golf Ball & Tennis Ball: HURRY IT UP ALREADY!

Korrina: It's...

Korrina and Makini: Walrus, X-ray fish, Yak and Zebra!

Makini: So what animals can we make with the letter W?


Korrina: W is for this wild mountain animal!


(Jane The Monkey, Kenny The Fox, Max, Kyururu, Georgia the Giraffe, Lizzy The Tiger And Roary The Lion Howl At The Wolf Stock Photo But Noah The Elephant Trumpets At The Wolf Stock Photo.)

Max: (Howling and interrupted by Noah the Elephant) I remember this animal howling at a moon!

Korrina: Right! This wild dog is a...

Max, Makini, Ono and Owl: WOLF!

Korrina: Yooooooooou are right! (Laughs) Wolf begins with the letter W!

Kyururu: *Howls, Weeps, and Sniffles* Most of us grew up hearing stories about the "big bad wolf." But wolves are not really big or bad. They aren’t even harmful to humans! Wolves belong to the same family of animals, Canidae, as the dog you may have as a family pet. They are predators that hunt and eat other animals. In some places they are considered a vulnerable or endangered species. There are many wolf organizations and government agencies working to both save wolves and educate people about them.

Korrina: Where are wolves found?

Kyururu: *Weeps and Sniffles* Incredibly adaptable, wolves have inhabited, at one point, virtually all of North America, northern Europe, eastern Africa, and Asia. One of the best-known ways wolves communicate is by howling, a soulful song that sounds both melodious and mournful, mysterious and sad. Yet contrary to those impressions, a wolf’s howl is a celebration: wolves love to make music! When a pack performs, one wolf begins, then after one or two howls, others join in. They warm up with a few long, low howls and work up to a series of shorter, higher howls in a chorus with others. A group howl may last more than a minute. It’s an excited and emotional ritual that is vital to maintaining pack unity and community spirit.

Pumbaa: Why do wolves howl?

Kyururu: *Howls, Sniffles, and Weeps* Wolves howl for many reasons, in solo or chorus. They howl upon waking up from a long sleep and to rally the pack prior to a hunt. The howl inspires enthusiasm, helps synchronize pack activities, and can be a song of the feast, announcing and defending a kill. Wolves also howl after intense play and social interactions or to communicate positions or keep in touch when separated. Howling creates an acoustic barrier to warn other wolves to stay away, outlining boundaries and signaling location, pack size, and strength.


Everyone (including Iris, Serena, and Korrina): *Howls*

Music Video About Wolves: Pictures of an Exhibition, Catacombae and with the Dead in a Dead Language, Mussorgsky (for the wolves howl at the orchestra before Dead in a Dead Language)

WOW WEE Battery Operated Wolf Toy

Korrina: Now what about this bird?

(Timon sees a woodpecker stock photo and hears Max tapping on a tree.)

Timon: This bird is a.... AAAAAAAAAAAAH!

Korrina: STOP THE SCREAMING, TIMON! It's Max tapping the tree. This bird is a..

Iris and Serena: WOODPECKER!

Korrina: Good! Woodpecker begins with W!

Robert: Woodpeckers are unique because of their ability to peck into trees to make dens.

Iris: Facinating!

Robert: Most woodpeckers spend their entire lives in trees up the trunks in search of insects; only the few ground-feeding forms are capable of perching on horizontal branches, as most birds do. Most woodpeckers eat insects, but some feed on fruits and berries.

Little Bear: Interesting!

(Music Video About Woodpeckers: (Piano Sonata in C, K330, 3rd Movement, Mozart)

Korrina: W is for this BIG SEA LION that lives in the Arctic!

(Max and Serena look at a Walrus stock photo.)

Max: He is huge! He's GIGANTIC! He's...... WHOOOOOOOOAAA!


Serena (Splashing in the water): AAAAAAAH! Not again, Max!

Korrina: Yes! He lives in the Arctic. He is a..

Serena and Max: WALRUS!

Korrina: WUNDERBAR! Walrus begins with W!

Caracal: Walruses live in groups sometimes numbering 100 or more. It does not live near frequent deep water. Instead, it inhabits coasts and margins of ice shelves, where it periodically hauls itself onto beaches and ice floes to rest and bask.

Timon, Max, Korrina, Serena, and Iris: YAAAAARGH! NOW I GET GET IT!

Pumbaa: YAY! Another animal that has tusks!

Iris: But what do they use their tusks for?

Kyururu: The tusks function mainly in mating display and in defense against other walruses.

Serena: Cool! Let's watch these walruses swim in the arctic ocean!

(Music Video About Walruses: Nocturne No. 6, K239, 1st Movement, Mozart)

Bonus Animal for the Letter W

Korrina: Here's another bird for you Iris and Pumbaa!

(Iris and Pumbaa look at a white peacock stock photo.)

Iris: Oh dear! That's the peacock again!

Korrina: RIGHT! Do you know this peacock with the color? It's a W animal! This peacock is...

Duck: Brown?

Mitzi: NO!

Korrina: Guess the peacock's color!

Duck, Emily, Owl, Hen, Little Bear, Cat, and Mitzi: WHITE!


Shiny, Tiny, Don and Buddy: (Laughing)

Rafiki: Yes! YES! The peacock is white!

Shellington: And white peacock begins with the letter W!

Robert Irwin: The white Peacock is not different than the Peacocks. It’s not a species of peacock; it is a special peacock that has been born all white, due to a genetic variation. White peacocks are not albino. Speaking of the color white, let's see them in action!

(Music Video About White Peacocks: Violin Sonata No. 9 in C, K14, 2nd Movement, Mozart)

X Segment

Makini: HOLD ON! What animal begins with the letter X?

Korrina: Take a look at this guy!

(Max looks at the x-ray fish stock photo.)

Max: Yay! I love this colorful fish!

Korrina: Yes, it’s swimming in Brazil! This animal is an..

Hen: X-ray Tetra?

Korrina: Good work and Extremely well done! (Laughs) X is for x-ray fish!

Robert: The X-Ray Tetra is a small species of schooling fish that is naturally found in the Amazon River’s coastal waters in South America. The X-Ray Tetra fish is also known as the Water Goldfinch due to the faint golden colouration of their translucent skin. They were first described by Ulrey in 1894 and have since become one of the most popular freshwater Fish kept in artificial aquariums today.

Korrina: Let’s see x-ray fish in action!

(Music Video About X-ray Tetra: Pizzicato Polka, Strauss II)

Makini: Now, what about this bird?

(Max looks at the xenops stock photo.)

Max: Oh! This bird is a...

Korrina: Right! This bird is a...

Makini: XENOPS!

Korrina: Extremely good! You got it right! Xenops begins with X!

Robert: The plain xenops is a passerine bird which breeds in moist lowland forests in the tropical New World from southern Mexico south to western Ecuador, northeastern Argentina and central Brazil.

Korrina: Good fact! Let’s see the xenops in action!

(Music Video About Xenops: The Carnival of The Animals, Aviary, Saint Saëns)

Y Segment

Rafiki: 2 more letters and we will be done!

Makini: Yeah! So what animals can we make with the letter Y?

Korrina: Y is for this BIG animal like the tiger!


(Max looks at a yak stock photo on the left when Georgia The Giraffe And Ginny The Gazelle grunt Like Yaks on the right.)


Coiny: I thought I was the one who does that.

Korrina: It looks like a buffalo, but this animal is a...

Timon: YAK!

Korrina: Right in the sack! Y is for yak!



Kaban: The domestic yak is a long-haired domesticated cattle found throughout the Himalayan region of the Indian subcontinent, the Tibetan Plateau, Northern Myanmar, Yunnan, Sichuan and as far north as Mongolia and Siberia. It is descended from the wild yak.

Serval: Yaks often live high in the mountain areas of Asia. They have long, thick hair to keep them warm in the snow. Cattle in warm climates, such as buffalo, use pools of mud to help them cool off. The mud also keeps pesky insects from biting!

Hen (Yodels again): YODELEHEHOOOOOO!

Owl (Yodels again): YODELEHEHOOOOOOO!

Snowball: Will you stop that?

Korrina: Good idea! Cue the music maestro!

Everyone (including Korrina, Iris, Serena, Hen and Owl) (Yodels): YODELEHEEEEEEHOOOOOOO!

Music Video About Yaks: (Cello Suite No. 1, BWV 1007, Prelude, Bach)

Korrina: Now what about this bird?

(Zazu looks at a yellow-billed hornbill stock photo.)


Makini: I know this bird!

Korrina: Do you know this bird? It's a Y animal! This is a...


Korrina: YOU'RE RIGHT! It's a yellow-billed hornbill! Y is for yellow-billed hornbill!

Robert: Native to Africa, the yellow-billed hornbill is instantly recognizable—thanks to its long, curved bill. Yellow-billed hornbills prefer to forage on the ground, but they will also hop up into trees and bushes. They are not picky eaters, taking whatever they can find.

Korrina: GREAT! Let's see the yellow-billed hornbill in action!

(Music Video About Yellow-billed Hornbills: William Tell Overture, March of the Swiss Soldiers, Rossini)

Eraser: So how many letters are left?

Golf Ball: There's only one more letter left!

Pen: That's a relief.

Korrina: And there's only one more animal left!

Little Bear: Watch this, Simba, Iris, Korrina, and Max! I can release all the birds out of the aviary!

Simba: (Gasps)


Iris: NOOOOO! Don't release the birds!



(Little Bear releases all the birds out of the aviary.)

Bubble: What have you done?

Blocky: Bro, you don't even know how to do an actual prank.


Makini: Sorry! I have good news, everyone! Little Bear releases all the birds to freedom.

Robert: CRIKEY! All my birds can be found flying freely!

Pencil: Seriously, Little Bear? I do not permit you to do that! Looks like I have no choice. Alliance, take Little Bear to the Calm-Down Corner.

Bubble: Isn't that a bit too harsh, Pencil?

Pencil: Bubble, Nothing is too harsh for his inexcusable actions. Little Bear must suffer for what he just did.

(Match puts Little Bear in the Calm-Down Corner from Inanimate Insanity)

Match: And don't even think about, like, escaping!

Korrina: What’s the last letter?

Serval, Caracal, Kyururu, and Kaban: WE DON'T KNOW!

Serena: Let's go to the meeting and ask the puppets. They can help us go to the last animal.

Iris: Good! Come on! Here We Go-o-o-o-o-o!

The Meeting Before the Last Letter

(When All of the characters including David, Iris, Timon, Pumbaa, Serena, and Korrina go to the meeting, they see Cud Cow, Rudy Reindeer, Penguin (L&L), Neighton the Horse (L&L), Violet Mouse, Joyce Reindeer, Roger the Rooster, Penny the Peacock, Bard the Dragon, Sunny Bunny, Polar Bear, Mozart the Koala, Flossy the Flamingo, Walrus, Jane the Monkey, Da Vinci the Monkey, Haydn the Anteater, Georgia the Giraffe, and Mimi the Monkey in the meeting sitting chairs.)

Korrina: Excuse me, We are looking for the last animal.

Bunga: It's black-and white.

Serena: I love this animal in the zoo.

Pumbaa: I don't wanna be on this zone-tailed hawk's dinner menu!

(Cud Cow, Rudy Reindeer, Penguin (L&L), Neighton the Horse (L&L), Violet Mouse, Joyce Reindeer, Sunny Bunny, Polar Bear, Walrus, Jane the Monkey, and Mimi the Monkey all nodded their heads and began cheering around Timon and Pumbaa.)

Timon: Well, don’t get too attached, chumps! ‘Cause we’re the new owners!

Iris, Korrina, and Serena: NEW OWNERS!?

Timon: Yup, we own the place now!

Zazu: Timon, pleeeeeeease. The puppets can hear you.

Timon: If I hear one more word about the Token-tacky, Polynesian, gorilla-pickin’, wonderful smart brained, MORON bird, We will k-

Shellington (Covering Timon's mouth and interrupting Timon): Timon, not in front of the kids!

Iris: You heard him! Scram Timon!

Timon (Angrily walking out of the meeting room): FINE!

Pumbaa: Sorry about that, my friend is just like that sometimes.

Dawn: Scram him! NOW!

(Cud Cow, Rudy Reindeer, Penguin (L&L), Neighton the Horse (L&L), Violet Mouse, Joyce Reindeer, Roger the Rooster, Penny the Peacock, Sunny Bunny, Polar Bear, Mozart the Koala, Flossy the Flamingo, Walrus, Jane the Monkey, and Mimi the Monkey all nodded their heads after Timon walks away, and cheering around Timon when the door slams with a sign: MEETING CLOSED!)

Serval: Oh dear, there's one more letter left, and we don't know which one it is!

Z Segment

Makini: Now we're at the last letter! The letter Z!

Korrina: Yes! Z is for this famous animal.

(Bunga looks at a zebra stock photo.)

Bunga: ZUKA ZAMA! It's a black and white animal with stripes like the tiger!

Korrina: Black and white stripes! This animal is a... Say it with us!

Serena, Emily, Owl, and Bunga: ZEBRA!

Korrina: Of course! He's the striped animal! Z is for zebra!

Robert: Zebras are sturdy, spirited animals that are in a study of contrasts: social and standoffish, resilient and vulnerable, willful and playful. Their life in a herd can be complex, yet they also find safety in numbers.

Timon: But Dawn, I have a question that many people have been wondering: Are zebras black with white stripes or white with black stripes?

Dawn: Well, zebras are thought to have white coats with black stripes. That's because if you look at most zebras, the stripes end on their belly and toward the inside of their legs. The rest of the zebra's body is white. Each zebra has a unique stripe pattern. No two zebras are alike.

Korrina: Just like snowflakes!

(Music Video About Zebras: Peer Gynt Suite, Morning Mood, Grieg)

(Zoe Zebra)

Korrina: Now what place is this?

Robert: CRIKEY! It's a place where we can see a lot of animals!


Korrina: Yes! It's your favorite place. It's called a..

Serval, Ono, and Owl: ZOO!

Korrina: Right at you! Zoo begins with the letter Z!

Robert: You heard Korrina! Our Zoo for Korrina is a place where you can see a lot of animals. And speaking of animals, let's see some animals in action!

(Music Video About Zoo Animals: Symphony No. 9, Op. 125, 4th Movement Coda: hummingbird, meerkat, chimpanzee, okapi, walrus, leopard, gorilla, shark, crow, yaks, eagle, cockatoo, cardinal, blue jay, crocodile, whale, dolphins, crab, lobster, falcon, vulture, kookaburra, emu, hedgehog, crane, roadrunner, kangaroos, foxes, deer, bear, elephants, lion, giraffe, zebra, hippo, parrot, butterflies, monkey, panda, snake, toucans, wildebeests, tiger, squirrel, koala, flamingo, red birds, turaco, peacock)

Korrina’s Epilogue

Korrina: Well, we've done all the A-Z animals with the zoo at the end! And we've learned the sounds of the letters too beginning with every animal!


Serena: Let's sing the A-Z song again with ANIMALS!

Blocky: WHAT?

"Let's get outta here!"

Snowball: Let's get outta here!

Pen: Yeah!

(Snowball, Blocky, Pen, Eraser, Match, Pencil, Woody, Golf Ball, Tennis Ball, Coiny & Flower run away.)

Korrina: Good idea, Serena!

Iris and Shellington (to the viewers): Come on! Let's sing the Animal Alphabet Song!

Korrina: Sing it with us!

Animal Alphabet Song (from Dora The Explorer) and Finale

Everyone (Except Snowball, Blocky, Pen, Eraser, Match, Pencil, Woody, Golf Ball, Tennis Ball, Coiny & Flower) (Singing including Korrina, Rafiki, Makini, Robert, Iris, Serena, the puppets during the animal footage): Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, Dolphin, Elephant, Fox, Gorilla. Heron, Iguana, Jaguar, Kangaroo, Lion, Monkey. Nyala, Ostrich, Peacock, Quail, Rhino, Sea Lion. Tiger, Umbrellabird, Vulture, Walrus, X-ray fish, Yak, and Zebra. Now we know our animal ABCs, Won't you come and sing with me?

Serena and Korrina (during the song): Good Job! Sing it louder this time! OK?

Everyone (Except Snowball, Blocky, Pen, Eraser, Match, Pencil, Woody, Golf Ball, Tennis Ball, Coiny & Flower) (including Bunga, Rafiki, Robert, Makini, Iris, Simba, the puppets during the animal footage): OK!

Everyone (Except Snowball, Blocky, Pen, Eraser, Match, Pencil, Woody, Golf Ball, Tennis Ball, Coiny & Flower) (Singing again including Korrina, Rafiki, Makini, Robert, Iris, Serena, the puppets during the animal footage): Alligator, Bear, Cheetah, Dolphin, Elephant, Fox, Gorilla. Heron, Iguana, Jaguar, Kangaroo, Lion, Monkey. Nyala, Ostrich, Peacock, Quail, Rhino, Sea Lion. Tiger, Umbrellabird, Vulture, Walrus, X-ray fish, Yak, and Zebra. Now we know our animal ABCs, Won't you come and sing with me?

Everyone: Yay, A-Z! (Laughter)

(Snowball, Blocky, Pen, Eraser, Match, Pencil, Woody, Golf Ball, Tennis Ball, Coiny & Flower return)

Woody: Yay! The song's over!

Snowball, Blocky, Pen, Eraser, Match, Pencil, Woody, Golf Ball, Tennis Ball, Coiny & Flower: Yeah!

Korrina: Good! It's time for the finale, A-Z Animals in my Zoo!

(Medley, Smetana: cranes, crab, sea lion, seagulls, sea turtles, Dolphin, fish, octopus, shark, whale, peacock, flamingos, kangaroos, ostriches, Indian foxes, deer, bear, elephants, lion, giraffe, zebra, hippo, parrot, butterflies, monkey, panda, snake, yellow mongooses, toucans, wildebeests, vultures, tiger, xerus, jackal with Abdim's stork, otter, red lories)


Closing Titles

David: Thank You for coming! But, before you go, I want you to share this puppet show.

Shellington: Come on, everybody! Let's dance!

Da Vinci The Monkey and Mimi The Monkey clap above a 12 Disco Ball when Flossy The Flamingo, Roary The Lion, Noah The Elephant, Lizzy The Tiger, Sizzle The Snake, Bach The Rabbit, Beethoven The Giraffe, Randy The Raccoon, Mozart The Koala, Kathy The Koala, Harry The Hippo, Hugo The Hippo, Flossy The Flamingo, Phoosy The Flamingo, Andy The Panda, Monet The Zebra, Stripey The Zebra, Charlie The Cheetah, Georgia The Giraffe, Nora The Polar Bear, Bonkers The Frog, Waldo The Walrus, Penelope The Penguin, Sandy The Seal, Rudy The Reindeer, Brody The Camel, Penny The Peacock, Otto The Owl, Pillie The Woodpecker, Coco The Cockatoo, Jane The Monkey, Soapy The Bear, Kenny The Fox, Sidney The Squirrel, Neptune The Turtle, Wanda The Fish, Divin The Dolphin, Oliver The Octopus, Jack The Whale, Slick The Shark, Pucho The Crab, Daisy The Jellyfish, Zack The Lobster, Sandy The Seahorse, Knee Deep The Frog, and Benny The Butterfly dance below a Disco Ball.

Timon: That was fun!

Iris: You can go to the zoo and see lots of animals and I hope you enjoy a wild animal safari.

Everyone (including Robert, Iris, Timon, Pumbaa, Korrina, David, Shellington, and Serena wave goodbye to the viewers below a disco ball): See you next time!