In a far away forgotten valley, heaped with long abandoned junk, a timeless battle rages between between squashy and scaly, happy and grumpy, clever and dim-witted, cute and plain old ugly! It's the land of Bottersnikes and Gumbles. Spot the Difference: Bottersnikes and Gumble Can Jolli be a solo-gumbler?
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In a far away forgotten valley, heaped with long abandoned junk, a timeless battle rages between between squashy and scaly, happy and grumpy, clever and dim-witted, cute and plain old ugly!
It's the land of Bottersnikes and Gumbles. Spot the Difference: Bottersnikes and Gumble Can Jolli be a solo-gumbler? It's too hot for a tink!
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Bottersnikes & Gumbles
Bottersnikes and Gumbles are fictitious creatures in a series of children's books by Australian writer S. Wakefield and illustrator Desmond Digby. Four books were published between and The series is considered a classic of Australian children's literature  and has sold more than , copies worldwide. A television adaptation of the same name has aired on Netflix and terrestrial television in and Set in the landscape of the Australian bush the stories recount a series of conflicts between the lazy, destructive Bottersnikes and good-natured, hardworking Gumbles. Inspiration for the series came from the emerging environmental movement.
Bottersnikes and Gumbles
A first season of fun and adventure finds the Gumbles and Bottersnikes fighting over a golden toilet seat and, on rare occasions, working together. A determined Tink tries to break a Gumbledex record by plucking six hairs from the noses of unsuspecting Bottersnikes. Bounce goes to great lengths to avoid telling Happi the truth when she accidentally breaks the propeller on his airplane. Merri and Jolli take their act on the road when Tink slights their singing. But the Bottersnikes turn out to be surprisingly big fans. After stretching herself out so far that she "spangs," Bounce discovers that super-long limbs can come in surprisingly handy. A cleverly crafted costume Tink puts on to fool his friends is so convincing that the Bottersnikes think he's one of them.
It was released on Netflix in North America on 19 August but was re-dubbed with American accents. The TV series is based on the children's book series of the same name written by S. With the CG tools and skills now available, we knew the timing was right to develop the property for TV and really do it justice. Endless battles ensue involving plenty of stealth, trickery, daring rescues and narrow escapes as the Gumbles try to outwit the Bottersnikes in every episode. Sean O'Grady of The Independent felt the series based on Wakefield's books "are better adapted than most other exercises of this nature. Bottersnikes are superbly rendered lizardly creatures that are the bogeymen of the show, a bit like Momentum in the Labour Party; Gumbles are apparently normal, but hopelessly optimistic, like Brexiteers. The stories are short and sweet and the attention to detail is remarkable.