Bubble Guppies ABCs! ๐Ÿ˜ Animals from A to Zooli | Nick Jr.

Bubble Guppies ABCs! ๐Ÿ˜ Animals from A to Zooli | Nick Jr.

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Hi, I’m Zooli,
the newest Guppy in school. I love animals, and guess what? There’s an animal
for each letter of the alphabet! Let’s check it out! A is for alligator. Alligators love to sleep
along the river bed and chomp with
their really sharp teeth. Wow, I wanna do that! Now if you brush carefully twice a day,
your teeth will stay clean and healthy. And your breath will be better too. Thank you, doctors. B is for butterfly. Butterflies usually
have brightly colored wings with beautiful patterns. Get this! They taste things with their feet! I’m a butterfly and I’m fluttering by. ♪ La-la-la-la-la-la-la ♪ C is for cat. Cats use their long furry tails
to help them balance and they can walk very quietly
on their soft paws. Come here, little kitty! Her collar says her name is Bubble Kitty. What a coincidence! – Hi, kitty!
– Hi, Bubble Kitty! She’s purring! D is for dolphin. Dolphins aren’t actually fish,
their mammals, like dogs and cats. They breathe through their blowholes. Buddy, I want you to meet my new friends,
Molly and Gil. – Hi!
– Hi, Buddy! Aww, he’s cute! E is for elephant. Elephants are the largest animals
that live on land. They use their big trunks to get water
and then spray it into their mouths. Oops, looks like you missed
your mouth there, Mr. Elephant. [trumpeting] Er… Gil? A herd of elephants… Heard of elephants? Of course I’ve heard of elephants, Molly. Er… no, behind you. A herd of elephants. Uh-oh… [screaming] F is for frog. When frogs are babies,
they have tails and are called tadpoles. Then when they get bigger,
they lose their tails and grow legs! Hey, you guys, come look! Woah, Fernando’s got legs! – Wow!
– He’s got legs! He’s turning into a frog! G is for giant panda. Giant pandas live in China
and eat a plant called bamboo. [giggling] – It’s time for…
– Bamboo! [munching] [giggling] H is for hen. Hens are girl chickens
and they lay eggs. Check it out. Come and get it, chickens. [clucking] Chickens love to eat,
it helps them lay eggs. [clucking] Uh-oh… Right on time! [laughing] I is for insects. Insects are bugs with six legs
and they usually have wings. [inflating] One ant balloon, six legs! – Thank you.
– You’re welcome! J is for jaguar. Jaguars live in the jungle
where they love to climb trees. Goby, look! [roaring] It’s OK, little jaguar cub. I got you. [roaring] K is for kangaroo. Kangaroos use their big feet
to hop, hop, hop! And they carry their babies in a pouch! Aww! Hey, there’s a kangaroo! Pizza for Joey! Joey… did you order a pizza? [giggling] L is for lion. A lion’s roar is so loud
it can be heard five miles away! [roaring] I’ll bet you there’s a lion in there! Lions like to lie in tall grass where they can jump out
and get other animals. [screaming] M is for monkey. Monkeys love to swing from vine to vine
and hang on trees. [screeching] What’s Gil pretending to be? Right, a monkey! [screeching] N is for narwhal. Narwhals are a type of whale
with a big horn. Their horn is actually
a really long twisty tooth called a tusk. There he is! – The Narwhal!
– The Narwhal! The unicorn of the sea! O is for owl. Most owls are nocturnal, which means they’re awake at night
and sleep during the day. Their amazing eyesight
helps them fly in the dark. Here in the forest,
you can see all kinds of wildlife. What does wildlife mean? [hooting] Look, an owl! Wildlife means the animals
you might see in the forest. [laughing] Owls are smart! P is for penguin. Some penguins live in Antarctica
because they love the cold. They are super swimmers and divers. Penguins? Uh-oh… Woah! [laughing] Q is for queen bee. In every hive,
there’s a bunch of worker bees, but only one queen bee. The queen is the head bee in charge
and she eats royal jelly. Presenting her majesty… the queen! Greetings, my loyal worker bees! R is for rhinoceros. Rhinos are animals
with horns at the end of their nose. The biggest rhinos can weigh
up to 6000 pounds. Wow, that’s really heavy! – Wow!
– Wow! – Woah!
– Come on, boy, come eat! He’s big! He sure is. Monty is rhinoceros,
see the horns on his nose? S is for snake. Some snakes called rattlesnakes
have rattles at the end of their tails. When they shake their tails, the sound scares off predators
that want to eat them. But why don’t you come have
a refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade with us? Hot diggity! Refreshing! [laughing] T is for turkey. Turkeys don’t just say gobble-gobble,
they also cluck and purr. Did you know adult turkeys
have between 5000 and 6000 feathers? That’s a whole lot of feathers! Is that your turkey? Aye, it is! This is Giblet! [gobbling] [giggling] Hi, Giblet. U is for unicorn. Unicorns are make-believe
magical creatures. They kind of look like horses,
but they have a big horn on their heads. Oh, unicorn! Would you please come out
so I can take your picture? [laughing] Molly, look, it worked! Just a little more. Pretty please? It helps if you use extra good manners. [screaming] [laughing] Wait, come back, please! I didn’t get a picture! V is for vulture. Vultures are scavenger birds
that have a really big wingspan. They live all over the world but there aren’t any vultures
in Bubbletucky. W is for whale. Whales are huge mammals
that live in the ocean. There are lots
of different types of whales like the enormous blue whale. And this white whale
that’s called a beluga whale. Wait a minute, I see something else! It’s the white whale! – Argh, the white whale!
– Argh, the white whale! X is for X-Ray fish
which live in South America. X-Ray fish have see through bodies
for camouflage to protect them from getting eaten
by predators. Let’s take a look at Oona’s bones
from her X-Ray. That’s an X-Ray of my head. But doctor, what about my body? Hmm, which one is the
X-Ray of Oona’s body? – That one!
– That one! Uh-huh! That’s it, that’s my X-Ray! -Thank you!
– You’re welcome! Y is for you. Humans are animals too. Z is for zebra. Zebra’s are similar to horses, except they have awesome
black and white striped coats. My mommy zebra is looking for
a baby zebra to snuggle with. Let’s see what we got! Hmm… Here you go, one baby zebra! Baby zebra’s look like their mommies. They’re just smaller! Yeah, she’s got brown and white stripes
and looks like her momma. The mommy zebra says thank you. Happy snuggling! Wow, that’s a lot of animals! And there are millions of more animals
in the world too! You can ask your parents to subscribe
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