Opinion: The cartoon "Petronix", on Gulli: young heroes with the rescue of animals

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Les héros de « Petronix » parcourent la planète pour leurs missions. © Method animation The heroes of "Petronix" travel the planet for their missions.

"Petronix", intended for 4-8 year olds, features four children who defend fauna. To find on the Gulli channel, on weekends, and on its website.

Petronix is "A combination of the English word" Pets " - domestic animals - with a technological dimension to show that nature and innovation can go hand in line", explains the producer, Camille Oesch.

The story features four children who defend wild fauna everywhere on the planet. When an animal is in trouble, our superheroes receive an alert on their backpacks which then turn into small high-tech robots.

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Living missions

together, they travel the world to carry out perilous rescue missions. At the North Pole, they will help a cub stuck on the ice floe, while in Bali, they will save a blue whale from the claws of a poacher.

The mirror effect works very well with 4-8 year olds, says Camille Oesch. By showing them characters who act for nature, we hope to push them themselves to be proactive. Gulli was immediately thrilled by the project. Our chain is watched every day by just over a million very experienced children about the environment and often prescribers of good gestures , underlines Coralie Boitrelle-Laigle, Director of Youth Programs for France in group M6 .

on Gulli.fr and Saturdays and Sundays, at 8:30 a.m.

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