History WesternAnimation / Animalia

16th Jun '16 1:29:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* AllCGICartoon
* AlliterativeName: EVERYONE.
* BigBad: the Creeper, in season 1 finale and season 2.
* CosmicKeystone: The Core.
* PluckyComicRelief: Iggy the iguana.

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* %%* AllCGICartoon
* %%* AlliterativeName: EVERYONE.
* %%* BigBad: the Creeper, in season 1 finale and season 2.
* %%* CosmicKeystone: The Core.
* %%* PluckyComicRelief: Iggy the iguana.



* TalkingAnimal: the whole population of Animalia, minus Alex and Zoe.
* TimeStandsStill
* TrappedInAnotherWorld

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* %%* TalkingAnimal: the whole population of Animalia, minus Alex and Zoe.
* %%* TimeStandsStill
* %%* TrappedInAnotherWorld
15th Jun '16 12:58:25 PM Morgenthaler
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''WesternAnimation/{{Animalia}}'' (2007-2008) is an Australian children's television series based on the 1986 picture book of the same name by illustrator Creator/GraemeBase.

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''WesternAnimation/{{Animalia}}'' ''Animalia'' (2007-2008) is an Australian children's television series based on the 1986 picture book of the same name by illustrator Creator/GraemeBase.
30th Jan '16 10:11:28 AM JMQwilleran
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* AdaptationExpansion: It was originally a picture book, after all.

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* AdaptationExpansion: It was originally a picture book, after all. In fact, the original picture book was really just an alphabet book, albeit a very lavishly-illustrated one. On the other hand, the telvision series has a rather complex plot and wealth of detailed characters.
7th Jun '15 6:12:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler:AndTheAdventureContinues: the series ends with a portail being now opened between Earth and Animalia, allowing both Zoe and Alex to go back home and the Animalians to visit Earth.]]

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* [[spoiler:AndTheAdventureContinues: the AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler:The series ends with a portail being now opened between Earth and Animalia, allowing both Zoe and Alex to go back home and the Animalians to visit Earth.]]
7th Jun '15 6:12:42 AM Morgenthaler
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25th May '15 12:11:38 PM MarkLungo
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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: Ride of the Valkyries were used during action scenes.

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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: Ride of the Valkyries were "Music/RideOfTheValkyries" was used during action scenes.
7th Jul '13 7:57:39 AM StFan
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The story involves two kids, Alex and Zoe, who happen to find a portal while visiting their town's library. This leads them to an alternate world named Animalia, populated with TalkingAnimal{{s}} who are able to live in peace and harmony thanks to an artifact called [[CosmicKeystone the Core]]. However,the Core happens to suffer some kind of illness, resulting in it losing pieces regularly. Each piece has a specific function in Animalia's inhabitant's abilities to talk and act like humans, and losing a piece will inevitably provoke a weird side effect on everyone until the piece is put back in place. Being humans, Alex and Zoe are immune to those effects, resulting in them being in charge with collecting the pieces each time one is lost. They are assisted in this mission by G'bubu, a green gorilla, and Iggy, an Iguana.

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The story involves two kids, Alex and Zoe, who happen to find a portal while visiting their town's library. This leads them to an alternate world named Animalia, populated with TalkingAnimal{{s}} {{Talking Animal}}s who are able to live in peace and harmony thanks to an artifact called [[CosmicKeystone the Core]]. However,the Core happens to suffer some kind of illness, resulting in it losing pieces regularly. Each piece has a specific function in Animalia's inhabitant's abilities to talk and act like humans, and losing a piece will inevitably provoke a weird side effect on everyone until the piece is put back in place. Being humans, Alex and Zoe are immune to those effects, resulting in them being in charge with collecting the pieces each time one is lost. They are assisted in this mission by G'bubu, a green gorilla, and Iggy, an Iguana.
24th Mar '13 6:30:11 PM PaulA
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''WesternAnimation/{{Animalia}}'' (2007-2008) is an Australian children's television series based on the 1986 picture book of the same name by illustrator GraemeBase.

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''WesternAnimation/{{Animalia}}'' (2007-2008) is an Australian children's television series based on the 1986 picture book of the same name by illustrator GraemeBase.
Creator/GraemeBase.
21st Mar '13 5:20:03 PM theLibrarian
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The story involves two kids, Alex and Zoe, who happen to find a portail while visiting their town's library. This leads them to an alternate world named Animalia, populated with TalkingAnimal{{s}} who are able to live in peace and harmony thanks to an artifact called [[CosmicKeystone the Core]]. However,the Core happens to suffer some kind of illness, resulting in it losing pieces regularly. Each piece has a specific functiun in Animalia's habitant's abilities to talk and act like humans, and losing a piece will inevitably provoke a weird side effect on everyone until the pice is put back in place. Being humans, Alex and Zoe are immune to those effects, resulting in them being in charge with collecting the pieces each time one is lost. They are assited in this mission by G'bubu, a green gorilla, and Iggy, an Iguana.

The series mostly consist in a [[VillainOfTheWeek Piece of the week]] scheme, each episode usually involving a losing piece of the Core and Alex and Zoe trying to find it. Season 2, however, goes for a slight CerebusSyndrome by introducing a new villain, the Creeper. Unlike all characters portrayed before, the Creeper was an actually evil character, and caused the serie to get a bit darker.

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The story involves two kids, Alex and Zoe, who happen to find a portail portal while visiting their town's library. This leads them to an alternate world named Animalia, populated with TalkingAnimal{{s}} who are able to live in peace and harmony thanks to an artifact called [[CosmicKeystone the Core]]. However,the Core happens to suffer some kind of illness, resulting in it losing pieces regularly. Each piece has a specific functiun function in Animalia's habitant's inhabitant's abilities to talk and act like humans, and losing a piece will inevitably provoke a weird side effect on everyone until the pice piece is put back in place. Being humans, Alex and Zoe are immune to those effects, resulting in them being in charge with collecting the pieces each time one is lost. They are assited assisted in this mission by G'bubu, a green gorilla, and Iggy, an Iguana.

The series mostly consist in a [[VillainOfTheWeek Piece of the week]] scheme, each episode usually involving a losing piece of the Core and Alex and Zoe trying to find it. Season 2, however, goes for a slight CerebusSyndrome by introducing a new villain, the Creeper. Unlike all characters portrayed before, the Creeper was an actually evil character, and caused the serie series to get a bit darker.
11th Mar '13 5:06:24 PM KnightofNASA
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* AdaptationExpansion: It was originally a picture book, after all.


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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: Ride of the Valkyries were used during action scenes.
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