New Teletubbies
General Information
Classification Stomachus televisionus
Homeworld Earth
Environment Teletubbyland
Intelligence Sapient
Biochemistry Carbon based
Discovered March 31, 1997
Biological Information
Average Height 10 feet
Locomotion Bipedal
Prey Tubby custard
Tubby toast
Predators None
Distinctive Features Brightly colored bodies, single antennas of random shapes, television screens on stomach, pointed ears, babyish faces
Skin Color Varies
Fur Color Varies
Lineage Information
Cultural Information
Personality Varies
Language(s) Baby talk
Sociocultral characteristics
  • Twinky Winky (male)
  • Dipsy (male)
  • Laa-Laa (female)
  • Po (female)
  • Ping (female)
  • Duggle Dee (male)
  • RuRu (male)
  • Umby Pumby (female)
  • Daa Daa (male)
  • Mi-Mi (female)
  • Baa (male)
  • Nin (female)
Scientific Taxonomy
Planet Earth
Domain Eukarya
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Subphylum Vertebrata
Superclass Tetrapoda
Class Mammalia
Order Primates
Suborder Haplorhini
Infraorder Mittenmanus
Family Stomachidae
Genus Stomachus
Species S. televisionus
Other Information
First Sighting March 31, 1997

The Teletubbies (singular: Teletubby) are a species of happy-go-lucky creatures from Teletubbyland, located in Warwickshire, England. The infants of this species are referred as "Tiddlytubbies" (singular: Tiddlytubby). These creatures are the few known primates to have mitten-shaped hands.


They are capable of picking up signals with their antennas, and displaying them on their stomachs.

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