#1 Beavis and Butthead Interjection
One of the writers of the kid show was involved with the script of Beavis and Butthead. Billy Arinson wrote two episodes in the first season of Beavis and Butthead. Beavis and Butthead is a far-cry from being a kid show, in fact it is the complete opposite as it features some gruesome, violent themes and language. To add to that, Billy was also a writer for a show called Courage the Cowardly Dog, a kid show that has bits of horror element.
#2 Kept Real
The Octonauts show was kept real and true because the people who worked on the show didn’t simply throw in random stuff for the audience. While the show was being made, two marine biologists were involved in the process. Lara A. Ferry-Graham and Michael H. Graham helped with the sealife facts presented in the show. Michael Graham was involved with the film “Finding Nemo.”
#3 Chinese Favorite
Although the show originated from English origins, the Octonauts had garnered more than 4 billion views in mainland China. This was followed by a large stream of purchase with toys related to the show. The CEO of the show (Waheed Alli) pointed out that China is one their biggest and most important market.
#4 Thor: Ragnarok Codename
In the show, there are moments called “Creature Report.” At this moment, a one minute musical peom recap about the creatures encountered by the main characters in the episode will be presented. This sequence had an addictive psychological effect mainly due to its repetitive nature. People had stated that this kind of sequence all throughout the show can help a kid’s memory the same way how teachers give a recap lesson at school.
During the production of Thor: Ragnarok, the phrase “Creature Report” was used by the people working on the show. It was a reference to the Octonauts’ creature report sequence. It served as a codename for the show to avoid any leaks about the production.
Some of the characters in the show share the same voice actor. This means that when these characters interact its basically just one person talking to himself. Shellington and Inkling have the same voice actor. Barnacles, UK Dashi, and Peso’s voice actor often use their voice for other minor characters.
#6 Animal Themed Vehicles
Almost all vehicles in the show, from the Octopod until the Gups, are all animal themed. The Octopod is the main mobile home of the Octonauts and the Gups are small submersible pods. The Octopod, like its name, looks like an octopus while the gups are labelled with letters and each of them comes with different animal designs. The Gup-A for a example looks like an anglerfish while the Gup-B looks like a tiger shark.
#7 Intermittent Accents
Some of the characters have different accents based on what language version you watch the show. Peso for example, has a British accent in the original English version but in the US American version, Peso has a Spanish accent.
#8 The Octopod Manual
In the show, Barnacles is the author of a book called “How to Pilot the Octopod; Third Edition.” This book’s existence is only canon in the show and it is nowhere to be found as it does not exist anywhere for anyone to read.
#9 Complete Animal Theme
All of the characters in the show have an animal element within them. All of the Octonauts have a real life counterpart either marine or land animal. The creatures they encounter are also loosely based on real life marine animals. While there are some that aren’t exactly 100% animal organism, they still share half of the quality, one example of these are the Vegimals. Vegimals are half vegetable and half animal.
#10 $1,000,000 Ad Revenue
On Youtube, if the Octonauts show were to be monetised, the channel could earn up to $1 million every year. This was estimated through an article from Net-Worth Spot.
Peso is a penguin character in the show. He is also the medic of the crew and is the only character who has a known age count of 18+. According to the Wiki, Peso has a Spanish accent in the US version of the show while in the British (English) version his accent is British. The Wiki says that this should match his name “Peso”, because the word “peso” is mostly associated with Spanish currency, however though, this is not true anymore because Spain no longer use peso for their currency. Currently, there are only 8 countries that use the word “peso” in their currency and Spain is not one of those. The writers probably referred it to Mexico but we are not sure.
#12 Night Caps When Sleeping
Among all Octonauts, only Peso and Barnacles ever use a night cap when they sleep, all the other characters don’t. We have no clue why this is and even more strange is that both Peso and Barnacles don’t even have long hairs that needs a night cap to hold in place while sleeping, which is absolutely ridiculous.
#13 Transgender Kwazii
Some fans assume that Kwazii is a transgender. Canonically, Kwazii is referred to as a “he” but in one of the original books he once was referred to with female pronouns, this for some reason went viral and so the idea that he is trans stuck for most of the fans.
#14 Avengers Assemble Reference
Octoalert is a feature in the ship (the Octopod) that when activated, all the Octonauts would gather in one place and discuss an important matter. Hmmm, this sounds kinda familiar.
#15 Shellington Fake Scottish
Shellington is supposed to be Scottish but he is being played by a voice actor that is English, making him a fake scot.
#16 Shellington Gives the Middle Finger
In one of the books, Shellington was drawn where he was supposed to be pointing at something but it looked like he was giving the middle finger.
#17 Michael Murphy Creator Cameo
Michael Murphy is the main creator of the show and he is also the voice actor behind the character “Tunip.”
#18 Wide Audience
Although the show is mostly for kids, a lot of teens and adults have come to love watching the show. The reason for this is that the show has a nice style of writing, fun characters, and there are tons of science facts that can keep even the grown-ups entertained.
#19 Autistic Shellington
There is a fan theory circulating around, telling that Shelling is austistic because of his short attention span and also how he always gets fixated on redundant things.
Most of the crew’s names are alliterations. Barnacles Bear, Kwazii Cat, Peso Penguin, Shellington Sea Otter, and Dashi Dachshund.
#21 Naked Barnacles
In the original books, Barnacles didn’t wear anything, but hey, it wasn’t really that inappropriate because he’s got fur. In the animation, this was of course tweaked and he now wear clothes.
#22 National Geographic Reference
In one episode of the show, the National Geographic network served as a show within the show, however, it was of course not called that, it was named; National Seaographic.
#23 Kwazii’s Eyepatch
Kwazii wears an eyepatch but he is not blind whatsoever. It is believed that sailors used eyepatch on their one eye so that when they check the deck of the ship they can have one eye that is already adapted to the dark and so they can see well in a room that has poor lighting. We have no clue if Kwazii is aware of this or not.
#24 Barnacle’s Singing Voice
There is a different person who does the singing for Barnacles. His voice when he is talking is done by Simon Greenall but it is Ross Breen who does his singing voice.
#25 Octopus Breathing Air
Professor Inkling is obviously an octopus and an octopus can never breath air, well…. at least until I met this guy.
Peso is a medic, but he only ever knows how to bandage wounds, that’s it.
In one episode where Barnacles was devoured why a whale shark, he should have died from the stomach acid because even a polar bear cannot resist that kind of acid but he came out just fine.
#28 Forgotten Origins
A lot of people do not know that the show have a book where all the stories at taken from. The animation is so popular that it eclipses the original source.
#29 A Show With No Villains
All the antagonistic characters are not actual villains for the show. Most of them that cause problems are only doing it because they need to or is part of their natural instinct.
Every single episode in the show will always have a theme and an important lesson. Each episode also contains at least 1 fact about marine wildlife.
#31 The Tallest and the Shortest
In the crew, Captain Barnacles is the tallest Octonaut while Inkling is the smallest. This comparison is based on the real life counterpart of the characters.
#32 Size Indifference
All crew characters belong to different animal species; however, the chibi art style gives them almost zero difference in their visual height or size.
#33 Spiritual Successor
As stated on TV Tropes, due to uncanny similarities, some fans believe that the Octonauts is the spiritual successor to a 2003 Canadian CGI cartoon called “The Save-Ums!.
#34 Character Tag-Lines
Each of the Octonaut members have their own unique catchphrases, for example, Kwazii can often be heard saying “Shiver me whiskers”, while Peso can also be heard saying “Flappity Flippers!”. All character catchphrases are available on Wikipedia.
#35 Claustrophobic Barnacles
According to TV Tropes, Captain Barnacles was revealed to have claustrophobia when he said that he is afraid of enclosed tunnels, this is because when he was just a cub, he fell into a very deep hole and was stuck there for several hours before getting rescued.
#36 Kwazii’s Original Name
According to TV Tropes, Kwazii’s original name was Kitten, but this was later change in the animated adaptation.
#37 Where Are Your Parents?
If you observe the character information on TV Tropes, all of the crew characters have no information about the whereabouts of their parents, except for Tweak Bunny and Peso, who both have had contact with only one of their parents.
#38 Id, Ego, and Superego
As stated on TV Tropes, Kwazii, Barnacles, and Peso are the main Octonauts, they are representative of Sigmund Freud’s Id, Ego and Superego. Kwazii, being a reckless daredevil represents the Id, Peso, being an overthinker represents the Superego, and Barnacles is the Ego that puts balance between the two.
#39 Species Surname
Except for Professor Inkling, the Octonauts have their surname based on their animal species. For example, Barnacles is a bear and thus he has the name “Barnacles Bear”. This data was observed on the Octonauts Wiki.
#40 True Marine
Only Professor Inkling is a true marine based animal in the crew, all the other Octonauts have land based origins.
#41 Dr. Shellington’s Inconsistent Accents
According to TV Tropes, Shellington the Sea Otter’s voice actor would often slip up in between Scottish and American accent.
#42 Tweak Bunny’s Color and Pun Name
Tweak Bunny is called “Tweak” because her job involves “tweaking” things, that is because she is the engineer of the crew. Also, her fur color is not so realistic as rabbits don’t really get green colored furs.
#43 Dashi Dachsmund
As stated on TV Tropes, Dashi’s original name was Sauci in the books, but this was changed in the adaptation.
#44 Always a Team
In almost all episodes in the Octonauts, each members of the crew would always be there for one another. There is not a single episode where an Octonaut is doing a job all on his own.
#45 Don’t Step on My Blue Suede
As you might have noticed while watching the show, each member of the Octonauts will always wear at least one blue colored tool or silhouette .
#46 Captain Blue
Captain Barnacles Bear is the member of the crew who will always wear the most amount of blue colored accessory or clothing in the show. According to TV Tropes, his entire wardrobe is filled with blue colored clothings.
#47 The Strongest Octonaut
By observing data on TV Tropes, Captain Barnacles is probably the strongest member of the crew, as seen in one episode where he lifts an enormous clam. Not to mention that he is the only member who is based on a huge predatory animal that is the polar bear.
#48 Kwazii’s Battle Scar?
If you observe Kwazii’s right ear, you can see that a portion of it is lopped off, the reason for this damage is still unknown. This information was mentioned on TV Tropes’ character description about Kwazii.
#49 Kwazii’s Short-Temper
According to TV Tropes, Kwazii is the most easily-irritable member of the crew, he has the shortest patience and temper among all Octonauts as observed in many of his shenanigans in the show.
#50 Peso’s Split Personality
Peso is known to be a coward, perhaps even the most cowardly of all the Octonauts. However, when the time comes where someone is in need of immediate medical attention, this cowardly behaviour immediately dissipates and is replaced with a fearless Peso ready to jump into action and help the wounded. This information was mentioned on Peso’s character description on TV Tropes.
#51 Dedicated Theme Park in Shanghai
Due to the show’s popularity in China, an Octonaut dedicated area was built at a popular theme park in Shanghai. The place is called Changfeng Ocean World Theme Park and an exclusive Octonaut Sea Life zone was opened by Silvergate Media. This theme park exclusive zone was covered in one Variety article.
#52 “Death” Word Avoidance
As stated on TV Tropes, strong words like “death” and “kill” are avoided or are not present in the script of the show. The characters would simply use allusions to describe a possibility of death in the show.
#53 Nanomachines Fan Fiction
According to TV Tropes, one fan fiction about the show is that, some of their equipment like the window of the Gups or the helmets in their diving suit, uses nanomachines for them to work in such ways underwater.
#54 Captain Barnacles Character Development
According to TV Tropes, there is noticeable character development for Captain Barnacles is the show. This is observed when he becomes more loosened and energetic as the season progresses.
According to TV Tropes, Tunip the Vegimal will almost always faint whenever he hears bad news.
#56 Four Nationalities in One
According to TV Tropes, the voice actors for Dashi, Shellington, Tweak, and Peso (in the USA Version), creates a mix between 4 nationalities and those are Australian, Scottish, American, and Spanish.
#57 Carrot Partner
Tweak the Bunny will almost always have a carrot in her hand. This information was mentioned on TV Tropes.
#58 Surname Change for Dashi
According to TV Tropes, In the original version, Dashi is referred to as “Dashi Daschmund” but in the American version of the show, she is called “Dashi Dog”.
#59 Shellington’s Stupid Allergy
According to the Octonauts Wiki, Shellington is supposed to be a sea otter however, he is allergic to red urchins, which is pretty ironic considering that urchins are the main diet of sea otters.
#60 Peso’s Instrument Skills
In the books, Peso knows how to play a xylophone, piano, and a tambourine, however in the adaptation, Peso was shown to play only the piano. This information is available on Octonauts Wiki.
#61 Barnacles the Hobbyist
According to Octonauts Fandom, the books in the Octonauts show revealed that Captain Barnacles have a lot of hobbies including writing, exercising, dancing, singing sea shanties, singing in the rain, building ship models, and doing shadow puppet shows. Most of these hobbies weren’t mentioned in the tv adaptation.
#62 Captain Squinter
According to Octonauts Fandom, Captain Barnacles will often squint his eyes whenever he is thinking about his problems, giving orders and talking to his crewmates.
#63 Real Life Reference for Kwazii
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii is based on a “real life one-eyed cat” name Eco. Eco was a cat residing in or owned by Meomi. According to Octonauts.com, “Meomi” is sort of an acronym to Vicky Wong and Michael Murphy, the two creators of the Octonauts.
#64 Clawed and Dangerous
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii is portrayed to have retractable claws, sharp cat teeth, and yellow-bean coloured paw pads.
#65 Night Cat
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii likes to stay up late. He doesn’t like getting up early because he hates the cold temperature.
#66 Kwazii the Hobbyist
According to Octonauts Fandom, In the original books, Kwazii was mentioned to have a lot of hobbies like taking long baths, playing with/chewing on yarn, wrestling, boxing, watering his catnip plant, dressing up in costumes, and many more. Most of these hobbies were not mentioned in the tv adaptation.
#67 Kwazii’s Musical Instruments
According to Octonauts Fandom, so far in the Octonauts show, Kwazii had played 3 instruments like the Recorder, Bass Guitar, and Drums.
#68 Kwazii the Arachnophobe
According to Octonauts Fandom, The episode called “The Giant Spider Crab” in the Octonauts show has revealed that Kwazii is a huge arachnophobe, which means he is extremely afraid of spiders.
#69 Kwazii the Weak Wordplayer
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii sometimes have difficulties when pronouncing scientific words like “The Giant Siphonophore,” “Humuhumunukunukuapuaa,” “Aggregate Anemones,” or “symbiosis.”
#70 Hairball Collector
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the book called “The Only Lonely Monster, it was hinted that Kwazii may have a hairball collection.
#71 Kwazii’s Favorite Journal
According to Octonauts Fandom, the journal called “True Tales for Pirates” is one of his favourite journals.
#72 Kwazii the Sea Monster Book Author
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii is the author of one book which is all about sea monsters, however, to this day we still have no clue what is the name of this book.
#73 Asian Kwazii
According to Octonauts Fandom, on Meomi’s website, there was an old biography for Kwazii. In there it was stated that Kwazii is from “The Mysterious Far East”, giving us a hint that Kwazii may have originated from the East or Southeast Asia. This creates a possibility that Kwazii may be Asian.
#74 Animalistic Kwazii
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii is the most “animal like” crew member in the Octonauts. He often meows, purrs, and make hissing sounds. When he is on his free time, he will often play around with a yarn ball.
In the books, Kwazii also has a scratching post in his bedroom, as well as a cat-nip plant and a mouse toy.
#75 Venus Fly Trap Owner
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii owns a carnivorous plant called Venus Fly Trap. He keeps it on his bedroom and will often feed it some biscuits.
#76 Childish Octonaut
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii is probably the most childish member of the Octonauts. This is seen in his behaviour, always being impatient (like that one time he snuck eating dessert before dinner) and often playing with a yarn ball.
#77 Cat Behaviours
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Kwazii will often stand on chairs and countertops. He will also stick his tongue out from time to time.
#78 Kwazii Carrot Enjoyer
According to Octonauts Fandom, Kwazii shares the same passion with Tweak Bunny when it comes to eating carrots. The two will often share and eat carrots together.
#79 Mysterious Penguin Ancestry
According to Octonauts Fandom, it is currently unknown what type of Penguin Peso is.
#80 Pepe not Peso
According to Octonauts Fandom, Peso in the American adaptation of the show is not called “Peso”, rather, he is referred to as “Pepe”, probably because Peso may sound offensive.
#81 Peso Peppermint
According to Octonauts Fandom, Peppermint flavour kelp cake is the favourite kelp cake of Peso.
#82 Peso Polite Penguin
According to Octonauts Fandom, whenever he asks his fellow crewmember to do something for him. Peso will first often say “please” or “if you don’t mind”.
#83 Peso’s Hobbies
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Peso’s hobbies include practicing piano, roasting marshmallows, bandaging, table tennis, snorkelling, and listening to stories from Professor Inkling.
Most of these hobbies weren’t included in the TV adaptation.
#84 Sleeping Genuis
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Shellington sometimes gets too tired while working all day and night long in his laboratory, this results in him falling asleep in uncomfortable places.
#85 Shellington’s Favorite Kelp
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Shellington loves the watermelon kelp.
#86 Shellington’s Short Attention Span
According to Octonauts Fandom, despite Shellington’s genius, he is easily distracted and may have a short attention span from time to time.
#87 Shellington the Horrible Driver
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Shellington is the worst driver among all Octonauts. He crashed the Gup-D three times and the Gup-E one time.
#88 Sea Otter Underwear
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Shellington confessed that he is the only sea otter that wears an underwear.
#89 Shellington’s Hobbies
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Shellington’s hobbies include drinking tea, polishing his clam collection, table tennis, studying new creatures, using a magnifying glass, playing mini golf, using the see-saw, and many more. A lot of these hobbies were omitted or are not yet included in the TV adaptation.
#90 Shellington’s Acrophobia
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Shellington was revealed to be afraid of heights, thus indicating that he may have Acrophobia.
#91 Shellington’s Bad Omission
According to Octonauts Fandom, Shellington will often forget to mention the defensive mechanisms of the animals, later causing trouble for the crew.
#92 Shellington’s Lung Capacity
As a sea otter, Shellington should have at least 5 minutes lung capacity. This makes him the second longest breath holder among the crew, just below Peso.
#93 Peso’s Lung Capacity
Being a penguin, Peso should have the highest lung capacity among the crew, being able to hold his breath for at least 20 minutes underwater.
According to Octonauts Fandom, “Shellydo” is the nickname which Tunip uses when talking to Shellington.
#95 Vegimal’s Adoptive Father
According to Octonauts Fandom, Shellington was the one who discovered the Vegimal species. He saw them at the side of the Octopod and then took them in, keeping them safe until the day they hatched. After hatching, he wrote a journal about the Vegimals, he also studied their behaviours and language which may explain why he is the only Octonauts who can mostly understand the Vegimals.
#96 Not Knot Good
According to Octonauts Fandom, Shellington and Pearl (his older sister), are not good at tying knots.
#97 Dashi the Surfer
According to Octonauts Fandom, Dashi is good at surfing.
#98 Dashi’s Design Changes
According to Octonauts Fandom, Among all the Octonauts, Dashi was the one who had the most amounts of design changes. In 2004, she had black hair and bangs. Then later, her hair clip got added. Some arts from the original books present her in a blue tie and a belt but this was later omitted as the book progressed further.
#99 Dashi’s Hair Clips
According to Octonauts Fandom, In the Octonauts show, Dashi’s double hair clips was inspired by Octavia or Tavia. Tavia is a Meomi character; she appears as a cat humanoid with dark hair, yellow freckles, pale skin, striped socks, double hairclips, and a red backpack.
This “Red backpack” was where the Octonauts logo was derived from.
#100 Captain Dashi
According to Octonauts Fandom, In the Octonauts show, when Captain Barnacles is not around, either Dashi or Kwazii will take the role as captain.
#101 Camerawoman Dashi
According to Octonauts Fandom, whenever Dashi goes on a mission, she will always bring with her camera.
#102 Dashi’s Hobbies
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Dashi has many hobbies such as swimming, playing basketball, brushing her hair, and many more. Most of these hobbies were not mentioned in the TV adaptation.
#103 Dashi’s Instruments
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Dashi has been seen playing a cello and a harmonica.
#104 Mystery Lover
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Dashi loves to read mystery novels. Her sister, Koshi, also shares the same passion.
#105 Previous Occupation
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Dashi was once a photographer before she officially became an Octonaut.
She worked for Ryla and they went exploring deep underwater caves. Ryla was also the one who taught Dashi how to deep dive.
#106 Sleeping with Headphones
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, there are many instances where Dashi can be seen sleeping while listening to music using a headphone.
#107 Yoga Lover
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Dashi likes to do yoga in the morning.
#108 Dashi’s Favourite Kelp
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Dashi loves the Strawberry Kelps.
#109 Can’t Dog Paddle
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Dashi cannot do a dog paddle swimming style.
#110 Dashi the Camera Enthusiast
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Dashi’s room is filled with cameras, which may mean that she loves collecting them.
#111 Professional Inkling Ink Inconsistency
According to Octonauts Fandom, Professor Inkling once said that he can emit black ink, giving him the name “Inkling”. However, in real life, a Dumbo Octopus does not have this defensive mechanism.
#112 Not a Player
According to Octonauts Fandom, Professor Inkling is the only member in the Octonauts team who does not play any musical instruments. In the books however, it was once mentioned that Professor Inkling once served as a conductor for a musical play.
#113 Sauerkraut Lover
According to Octonauts Fandom, Professor Inkling’s favourite kelp is a Sauerkraut kelp.
If you don’t know what Sauerkraut is, Wikipedia describes Sauerkraut as a finely cut raw cabbage that has been fermented by various lactic acid bacteria. It has a long shelf life and a distinctive sour flavor, both of which result from the lactic acid formed when the bacteria ferment the sugars in the cabbage leaves. It is one of the best-known national dishes in Germany.
#114 Professor Inkling’s Lab of Tentacle Webbings
According to Octonauts Fandom, despite being known as a Dumbo Octopus, Professor Inkling does not have “webbings” in between his tentacles.
#115 Min and Professor Inkling Romance
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, it was hinted in one episode (Octonauts and the Rainforest Rescue) that Min the Mapmaker and Professor Inkling may have feelings for one another.
Min is known to be an old friend of Professor Inkling. She is a red panda who lives beside the Yangtze River in China. She first appeared in a special episode in Season Five, the episode was called “The Chinese Giant Salamander”.
#116 Dungeon and Dragons Reference
According to Octonauts Fandom, one of Professor Inkling’s hobbies is playing a game called Oceans and Ogres. This was mentioned only in the books.
Oceans and Ogres is the “Dungeons and Dragons” game reference within the Octonauts universe.
#117 The Final Ingredient
According to Octonauts Fandom, Professor Inkling was the final Octonaut that the author/s added to the crew.
#118 Small Visuals, Heavy Dialogue
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the TV Adaptation of the Octonauts show, Professor Inkling has very small screentime. In the books however, Professor Inkling has a lot of dialogue, probably even the highest amount of dialogue compared to other crewmembers.
#119 Gotta Stay Calm
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Professor Inkling needs to calm down first before he can properly operate the Octopod’s computer systems.
#120 Professor Inkling’s Old Name
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Professor Inkling was once originally called as “Commander O”.
#121 Tweak Bunny’s Headband
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Tweak Bunny didn’t wear a headband before “The Octonauts & the Great Ghost Reef” book got released. In the books, her headband was color blue but in the TV adaptation it was changed to gentle red.
#122 Tweak Bunny’s Hobbies
According to Octonauts Fandom, Tweak Bunny likes to nap under trees, sleep in, play badminton, play video games, read video games manual, build things, and play on spring rides. Most of these hobbies were not mentioned in the TV adaptation.
#123 Tweak Bunny’s Crew Nicknames
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, when Tweak is talking to Captain Barnacles, she would refer to him as “Cap” for short. She also does the same for Kwazii, she once called him “Kwaz” for short.
#124 Carrot Big Biter
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, whenever Tweak eats a carrot, she will take one big bite out of them.
#125 Tweak Bunny Glows in the Dark
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Tweak Bunny glows in the dark. This was show in the first book “The Octonauts and the Lonely Sea Monster”.
#126 Tweak Bunny Has Good Hearing Ability
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tweak Bunny has a very excellent hearing capability that is almost on par with an arctic fox named Professor Natquik.
#127 Tweak Bunny’s Hometown
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tweak Bunny’s tomboyish behaviour is the result of her growing up in the Everglades in Florida. She was raised by her father, Ranger Marsh, who she refers to as “Pa”.
#128 Tweak Bunny the Carrot Enthusiast
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tweak Bunny’s room is filled with carrot themed designs. Her bed, rug, and pictures in her room inside the Launch Bay is all filled with carrot stickers.
#129 Tweak Bunny’s Earry Emotions
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tweak Bunny’s ears will often respond to her emotions. When scared, her ears will twist. When sad or disappointed, her ears will droop. And when there is a loud noise her ears will roll up.
#130 Tweak Plays Banjo
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Tweak Bunny knows how to play the banjo. This is exclusive only in the books.
#131 The Inventor
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, except for 5 Gups, all the other Gups in the Octopod were made by Tweak
#132 Paw Patrol Voice Actress
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tweak in the Polish version of the show, is voiced by Beata Wyrąbkiewicz. Beata is also the same person who voices Chase from Paw Patrol.
#133 Tweak’s Favorite Kelp
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, and as you may have guessed already, Carrot Kelp is the favourite of Tweak.
#134 Tweak’s Agility
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tweak can move with great agility, a trait shared by her species.
#135 “Oh me, Oh my” Catchphrase
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tweak and her father, Ranger Marsh, shares the same catchphrase “oh me, oh my”. Tweak may have been influenced by her father to have this catchphrase since she was raised by him for quite some time.
#136 Tweak’s Nintendo
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tweak will play video games whenever she is not doing some tweaking inside the Octopod. The game console she uses to play video games have very high resemblance to the Nintendo Entertainment System.
#137 Tunip the Vegimal’s Hobbies
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the books, Tunip has a lot of hobbies like Cooking breakfast, eating kelp cakes, painting, baking, playing basketball with Dashi, preparing/tossing salads, playing miniature golf with Shellington, reading, and many more. Most of these hobbies were not included or were not shown in the TV adaptation.
#138 Tunip’s Cymbals
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts books, Tunip was shown to play the cymbals instrument. This is exclusive only to the books as Tunip was never shown in the adaptation playing cymbals.
#139 Tunip Is Immune To Jellyfish Stings
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, when Tunip gets stung by a jellyfish, he doesn’t get hurt, instead the sting would only make him feel ticklish.
#140 Tunip Is A Certified Pirate
According to Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Tunip and the other Vegimals had to learn to act like a pirate in order to save Nico the Baby Sloth.
#141 The First Gup
According to the Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, the Gup-A is the first gup which debuted in the series, as its name suggests. In the books and in the TV adaptation, when we compared the appearance of the Gup-A, there isn’t much of a difference between the two.
#141 Gup-A’s Most Frequent Driver
According to the Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Captain Barnacles is the person who most often rides the Gup-A.
#142 The Fastest Gup
According to the Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, the Gup-B is the fastest Gup, being able to go at a max speed of 70 miles per hour. This was observed when the Gup-B was racing ahead a Pacific Sailfish.
#143 Gup-B’s teeth
According to the Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Kwazii claims that he was the one who painted the teeth on the Gup-B.
#144 Gup-B’s Most Frequent Driver
According to the Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Kwazii is the one who frequently drives the Gup-B. Kwazii is also very protective of the Gup-B, indicating that it may be his most favourite Gup.
#145 Gup-C’s Most Frequent Driver
According to the Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Captain Barnacles is the one who often drives the Gup C.
#146 The Gup-D Can Walk On Land And Underwater
According to the Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, the Gup-D is a multipurpose Gup with retractable legs and arms. Using its legs, it can walk on the seafloor and on land.
#147 Gup-E’s Most Frequent Driver
According to the Octonauts Fandom, in the Octonauts show, Peso is the one who frequently drives the GUp-E.
#148 “Octo”-Nauts Because There Are 8 Members In The Crew.
According to Wizzley, the show is called Octo-nauts because there are 8 main member of the crew, and they are Barnacles, Kwazii, Dashi, Shellington, Tweak, Tunip, Professor Inkling, and Peso.
#149 Carnivores Turned Vegan
According to TV Tropes, in the Octonauts show, Barnacles, Kwazii, Shellington, Dashi, and Professor Inkling shouldn’t be able to survive with their current diet which is vegan. These characters are based off on carnivorous animals that would need meat to sustain itself, if the Octonauts show were to be very realistic, these characters wouldn’t have survived long in the Octopod or at sea.
#150 The Upside Down Catfish
According to TV Tropes, in one book called “The Octonauts and the Frown Fish”, the plot is very is idiotic. It revolves around the Octonauts trying to help the catfish turn its frown into a smile. They had to do a lot of things which would have been totally unnecessary if only Shellington realized that the catfish was actually not frowning, but rather it was just upside down. Catfish turns upside down when they are trying to hunt for food.