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Get The Scoop On The New Cartoon Teaching African Culture - Bino And Fino

By nZinga Austin, Co-Publisher of Scoop Publications

When I first saw Bino and Fino it was a video on Youtube that shows different cartoons from different countries.

I did not know about Bino and Fino at first because the show only aired in Africa. It was on Nickelodeon, and on Disney Channel, but I have never saw it on those channels because it aired on these channels only in Africa.

This cartoon is good in a way.   It teaches kids about African Culture.

But the animation and the cartoon the way it is drawn I my opinion.   It is not so good.  I think they could of done better with the drawing.

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My dad said they did the best they could and they need to start some where to get it out there. In my opinion it's not the best they could do because the 2D drawing could of looked better.

I not saying the draw looks horrible.  I am saying it just does not look all that great in my opinion.

it is one of the best educational cartoons teaching you about African History and culture.  It's actually created in Nigeria on the motherland continent of Africa.

Posted by community events coordinator, Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

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