"Preposterous Pets" is an exciting look into the fascinating lives of individuals who have developed special relationships with exotic pets, ranging from giant crocodiles, domesticated buffalo, deadly scorpions and wild capybaras. Travel the globe to countries, such as Germany, Costa Rica, South Africa and India to meet the world's most amazing pets and their owners in order to discover what led these people and their families to develop an unbreakable bond with some of the scariest, wildest and fiercest animals on the planet.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Preposterous Pets - Captain Underpants and the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy - Netflix
Captain Underpants and the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy are the sixth and seventh books in the Captain Underpants series by Dav Pilkey. The first part was published on August 1, 2003, and the second part was published on September 30, 2003. The duology features the debut of George and Harold's new pets Sulu (a hamster with a bionic endoskeleton) and Crackers (a Quetzalcoatlus) who first appeared in the first and second parts respectively. The second part also features the debut of time travel in the series, which would become a core theme of the series later on. The full color covers will be for Part 1's color called Purple and Blue. but Part 2's color called, Yellow and White.
Preposterous Pets - Captain Underpants and the War of the Willy Wonder Nerd (From Part 2) - Netflix
While driven to the toxic waste dump, a waste barrel falls on a cotton field, where the cotton grows to an unbelievable size. One day, is it factoried into “Glow In the Dark underwear” and Melvin's mother gives him one from a big sale. Overnight, Melvin grows into a monster. The police spots him the next morning and calls the military. Then Underpants flies in and notices a tag on the back saying it will shrink if washed. Then, Melvin takes Underpants to the lake, but his underwear becomes soaked. Underpants asks a passing bird to pop Melvin, which it does, before Melvin is swisked away to a “Jail House for Stupid Nerds”.