Leo's Pollinators Series
Catalogue Number: FGE040
Producer: Fifth Ground Entertainment Inc.
Producers: Panikkar, Raj
Directors: Morsi, Reem
Producing Agencies: Fifth Ground Entertainment Inc.
Subject: Science, Social Studies
Grade Level: 3 - 5, 6 - 8
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2021
Running Time: 286:00
Leo the catfish is leading the next round of kid eco-heroes, this time on a mission to save the bees, beetles, butterflies… any and all creatures that help plants grow by spreading pollen: The Pollinators!
There are all sorts of unexpected and exciting pollinator species, including bats, beetles, hummingbirds, honey possums - even lemurs. Our planet needs every pollinator to survive and thrive, and our hosts are on a quest to defend them all! Each episode begins with Leo in her underwater headquarters, as she gives young hosts Chloe (11) and Housten (8) the buzz on their mission and introduces all creatures the crew will help. Our hosts dig into their hands-on projects with no fear; they’re quick to challenge others to join and get their own knees dirty with the inspiring experts leading the charge.
Protecting pollinators is a job for everyone, young and old - and the Pollinator Crew is just getting started!
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