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Tinga Tinga Tales

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-22 12:20:00
Why Mosquito Buzzes: Tinga Tinga Tales tells a modern, young audience why animals are as they are. Mosquito's tales send the whole of Tinga Tinga into a complete panic.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-22 09:10:00
Why Monkeys Swing in the Trees: Stories telling how different animals got their distinctive parts. When Monkey becomes stranded up a mango tree, he asks Crocodile for help.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-21 12:20:00
Why Caterpillar Is Never in a Hurry: Stories telling how different animals got their distinctive parts. One day Caterpillar transformed into the most beautiful butterfly ever.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-21 09:10:00
Why Mosquito Buzzes: Tinga Tinga Tales tells a modern, young audience why animals are as they are. Mosquito's tales send the whole of Tinga Tinga into a complete panic.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-20 12:20:00
Why Vulture Is Bald: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Vulture's crown of beautiful feathers gets burnt by the sun.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-20 09:10:00
Why Caterpillar Is Never in a Hurry: Stories telling how different animals got their distinctive parts. One day Caterpillar transformed into the most beautiful butterfly ever.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-19 12:20:00
Why Owl's Head Turns All the Way Round: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Owl becomes the night guard of Tinga Tinga.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-18 12:20:00
Why Giraffe Has a Long Neck: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Giraffe got her long neck.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-17 12:20:00
Why Tortoise Has a Broken Shell: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Tortoise got his bumpy shell.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-17 09:10:00
Why Vulture Is Bald: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Vulture's crown of beautiful feathers gets burnt by the sun.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-16 12:20:00
Why Hare Hops: Stories telling how animals got their distinctive parts. Hare was one of the speediest animals in Tinga Tinga but no-one would race with him, until Tortoise arrived.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-16 09:10:00
Why Spider Has a Tiny Waist: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. One day greedy Spider hears of Four Feasts in Tinga Tinga.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-15 12:20:00
Why Jackal Howls At The Moon: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. The animals make Jackal believe that the moon is made of honey.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-15 09:10:00
Why Hen Pecks at the Ground: Animal stories. Hen borrows a needle from her friend to sew herself a coat, but the needle gets lost. From then on, Hen pecks the ground looking for it.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-14 12:20:00
Why Tickbird Sits On Hippo's Back: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Tickbird challenges Hippo - who can drink the most in a gulp.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-14 11:20:00
Why Tickbird Sits On Hippo's Back: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Tickbird challenges Hippo - who can drink the most in a gulp.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-14 09:10:00
Why Lizard Always Hides Under Rocks: Stories telling a modern young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. The animals decide to teach greedy Lizard a lesson.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-14 08:10:00
Why Lizard Always Hides Under Rocks: Stories telling a modern young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. The animals decide to teach greedy Lizard a lesson.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-13 12:20:00
Why Hippo Has No Hair: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. There was a time when Hippo had lots of hair, and she was always hot.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-13 11:20:00
Why Hippo Has No Hair: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. There was a time when Hippo had lots of hair, and she was always hot.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-13 09:10:00
Why Owl's Head Turns All the Way Round: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Owl becomes the night guard of Tinga Tinga.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-13 08:10:00
Why Owl's Head Turns All the Way Round: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Owl becomes the night guard of Tinga Tinga.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-12 12:20:00
Why Elephant Has a Trunk: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Elephant got his trunk.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-12 11:20:00
Why Elephant Has a Trunk: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Elephant got his trunk.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-11 12:20:00
Why Woodpecker Pecks: Stories about how different animals became distinctive. There was a time when Woodpecker didn't peck. All the birds made a sound, but not Woodpecker.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-11 11:20:00
Why Woodpecker Pecks: Stories about how different animals became distinctive. There was a time when Woodpecker didn't peck. All the birds made a sound, but not Woodpecker.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-10 12:20:00
Why Flamingo Stands on One Leg: Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. Flamingo always stands on both legs until the Crabs need more room.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-10 11:20:00
Why Flamingo Stands on One Leg: Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. Flamingo always stands on both legs until the Crabs need more room.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-10 09:10:00
Why Tortoise Has a Broken Shell: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Tortoise got his bumpy shell.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-10 08:10:00
Why Tortoise Has a Broken Shell: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Tortoise got his bumpy shell.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-09 12:20:00
Why Lion Roars: Stories telling how different animals got their distinctive parts. Following Flea's advice, Lion goes to the Great Cave of Tinga Tinga to get his roar back.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-09 11:20:00
Why Lion Roars: Stories telling how different animals got their distinctive parts. Following Flea's advice, Lion goes to the Great Cave of Tinga Tinga to get his roar back.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-09 09:10:00
Why Giraffe Has a Long Neck: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Giraffe got her long neck.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-09 08:10:00
Why Giraffe Has a Long Neck: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Giraffe got her long neck.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-08 12:20:00
Why Rhino Charges: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Monkeys made Rhino a horn from a piece of wood.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-08 11:20:00
Why Rhino Charges: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Monkeys made Rhino a horn from a piece of wood.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-08 09:10:00
Why Elephant Has a Trunk: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. There was a time when Elephant had no nose.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-08 08:10:00
Why Elephant Has a Trunk: Stories telling a modern, young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. There was a time when Elephant had no nose.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-07 12:20:00
Why Crocodile Has a Bumpy Back: Stories telling young children how animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Crocodile got his bumpy back and became grumpy.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-07 11:20:00
Why Crocodile Has a Bumpy Back: Stories telling young children how animals got their distinctive parts. Here, the story of how Crocodile got his bumpy back and became grumpy.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-07 09:10:00
Why Woodpecker Pecks: Stories about how different animals became distinctive. There was a time when Woodpecker didn't peck. All the birds made a sound, but not Woodpecker.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-07 08:10:00
Why Woodpecker Pecks: Stories about how different animals became distinctive. There was a time when Woodpecker didn't peck. All the birds made a sound, but not Woodpecker.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-06 12:20:00
Why Bat Hangs Upside Down: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Bat loves scaring the other animals, so they teach him a lesson.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-06 11:20:00
Why Bat Hangs Upside Down: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Bat loves scaring the other animals, so they teach him a lesson.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-06 09:10:00
Why Flamingo Stands on One Leg: Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. Flamingo always stands on both legs until the Crabs need more room.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on BBC Two at 2010-09-06 08:10:00
Why Flamingo Stands on One Leg: Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. Flamingo always stands on both legs until the Crabs need more room.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-05 12:20:00
Why Snake Has No Legs: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Snake had hundreds of legs, until he swapped them all for Millipede's eyes.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-05 11:20:00
Why Snake Has No Legs: Stories telling a young audience how different animals got their distinctive parts. Snake had hundreds of legs, until he swapped them all for Millipede's eyes.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-04 12:20:00
Why Zebra Has Stripes: Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. There was a time when Zebra was skinny and white all over.

> Tinga Tinga Tales on CBeebies at 2010-09-04 11:20:00
Why Zebra Has Stripes: Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. There was a time when Zebra was skinny and white all over.

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