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A bumblebee/lion hybrid who is the closest thing the main cast has to a de facto leader. Outgoing, athletic and take-charge, he has a tendency to leap before he looks, which often gets him intro trouble.

  • Jerk Jock: A bit more likable than most examples, though.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Has a bad tendency to go charging off into things without making up a plan first.
  • Love Triangle: He has a major crush on Butterbear, who doesn't seem to reciprocate (or even notice), and is himself the target of admiration from Hoppo, to whom he's ambiguous.



A butterfly/bear hybrid, the sweet-spoken, gentle-natured and delicate female of the cast.


A rather neurotic but sweet-natured elephant/kangaroo hybrid.



A cowardly, timid-natured moose/seal hybrid.


A brash and strong-willed hippopotamus/rabbit hybrid.

  • All Love Is Unrequited: Her crush on Bumbelion.
  • Attention Whore
  • Big Eater: In "What's Up, Stox?", she eats all the pies Butterbear baked when no one buys them.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Drama Queen
  • Fat Comic Relief: Of the "fat girl who deliberately fails to realize just how hefty she really is".
  • Fat Girl
  • Five-Man Band: The Lancer
  • Large Ham
  • Love Triangle: She loves Bumblelion, but he's less than thrilled at her attention, though he's still her friend. Meanwhile, Bumblelion pines after Butterbear, who doesn't seem to notice his feelings for her.
  • Selective Obliviousness: As per older cartoon fat girls, she's often in denial about just how large she is. This trait is particularly prominent in "Hooray for Hollywuz", where she refuses to notice that, really, she's not very talented at all.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Make no mistake, she has a feminine streak as well, but she's certainly not the dainty flower that Butterbear is. Best shown in "Bumblelion and the Terrified Forest", where she repeatedly scorns the actions of the Show Within a Show character Daintybelle and boldly takes charge of an effort to reclaim a witch's castle from the depths of the forest in order to save her friend. To say nothing of her comment about feeling a "belching spell" coming on in the same episode.


A wisecracking, pun-obsessed, goofball rhino/monkey hybrid.


The local antagonist, a reptilian figure who lives in a run-down ship/home on the outskirts of the city. Greedy and lazy, he causes frequent problems for the main cast due to his desire for quick cash and a luxuriantly indolent lifestyle.

  • Big Bad: He's the only antagonist who shows up in multiple episodes and he's clearly unscrupulous.
  • Corrupt Hick: He's a lazy, greedy, margin-dwelling schemer with a hickish accent who lives in a big, dilapidated house.
  • Harmless Villain: He's the "Big Bad" only in that he's the recurring antagonist. His evil is limited pretty much to laziness and lack of scruples, though he is a willing thief.
  • Lazy Bum: Crock hates the idea of work. Not legitimate work, mind you, he's not a Card-Carrying Villain, he just hates the idea of having to do actual labor. His place is a tumble-down, squalor-filled ruin because he won't get up and fix it, he's seen eating magazine pictures due to lack of food and treating Flizard's mention of "work" as if the wuzzle had said something profane in "Bulls of a Feather", and the whole plot of "Crock Around The Clock" is caused by his laziness in face of the approaching tropical fruit storm.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent


One of Crock's underlings/henchgoons, a bizarre and feral creature of indeterminate origins.

  • Cartoon Creature: While most of the characters are obvious combinations of real animals, Brat is pretty much a nondescript hairy thing. He does have a pig-like snout, though; popular fanon is that he's part boar, part rat.
  • Gonk


A skittish, servile fly/lizard hybrid who works for Crock.


  • Easy Come, Easy Go: He originally owned a money tree, but considering it was stolen and ruined by Crock, and he gave his extra seed away, only to have that tree destroyed too, he's ultimately broke.
  • Five-Man Band: Sixth Ranger (If there were a second season, he'd most likely be this)
  • Punny Name: He's a tiger/raccoon hybrid, but he's also introduced as being filthy rich, aka a tycoon.
  • Rascally Raccoon: Averted. He's part raccoon but there's nothing rascally about him.

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