Zoboomafoo was one of those shows that not everyone remembers, but those who do absolutely LOVE it.
The Kratt brothers would take us on interesting trips all over the place and teach about super cool animals. And of course they were always visited by their good buddy Zoboomafoo.
Zoboomafoo was an awesome lemur who would hop into the “Animal Junction” and would turn into a puppet after being fed some fruit. Then he could talk and interact with the Kratt brothers and tell us all about his time in the Zobooland.
The Kratt brothers weren’t just actors, Martin has a Bachelor’s Degree in Zoology and Chris has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology.
The show was great, and if you watched it these pictures will bring you right back to those great days of your childhood.
The opening credits were excellent
You of course had your favorite brother, either Martin:
No matter which brother you liked best, you know the real star of the show was Zoboomafoo
He would start as the cutest lemur ever
And then turn into a goofy puppet who told the greatest jokes
He would tell us stories about Zobooland
And you would kind of wish the Zoboomfooasaurus was real
What ever happened to the Kratt brothers? Click to the next page to find out.
The Kratt brothers were absolute treasures and their background in biology and zoology gave them a level of authority that managed to come across even though they were being big goofballs on TV.
But where did they go after Zoboomafoo ended?
They are actually still making educational television shows! The Kratts brothers starts a new animated series called Wild Kratts.
The plot of the show s that The Kratts have to save animals from villains, human interference, or sometimes just confusion.
They have a whole group of characters in the show including the Kratt brothers to solve the situations and teach kids about animals.
I feel like one of the best things about this is that they are still rocking the colors from the original show. Currently they are based in Ottawa and continue to work with animals.
Unfortunately Jovian, the lemur who played Zoboomafoo, passed away a couple years ago. At least he got to help teach kids all about lemurs in his time. He was 20 years old.