Premiering today on PBS Kids is an all new special from the Kratt Brothers Chris and Martin and their show Wild Kratts. The all new adventure Wild Kratts: Lost at sea is coming. Check out this preview video.

We received a screener of these episodes and watched them as a family. I enjoy the Wild Kratts show because there is always something interesting to learn and for kids to learn about the animals in the world around us is important. In these episodes we learn more about dolphins as well as the blowfish. Many other animals are part of the show including a great white shark and various other fish but the main stars here are the dolphins and the blowfish.

A Quick blurb about the episodes: To kick off the adventure, the Kratts head to the most populated and diverse habitat on Earth — the coral reef — in “Blowfish Blowout.” Then the Wild Kratts decode the secret language of dolphins, among the smartest creatures on Earth, in “Speaking Dolphinese.”

You can learn more about the Wild Kratts show and the Lost at Sea episode at PBS Kids and there is a new game to play called Dolphin dive as well.

Check your local listings for times.

Disclosure: I received a screener of the show to watch and review. Opinions of the show are 100% my own.

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