|“||Ohh... That's me tummy rumbling! Seamus doesn't need this fish. I'll take it and catch another one from him later!||„|
|~ Pauline's first lines.|
Pauline the Pelican is a pelican and a friend with Isabel. She lives in Waterlily Lake. Pauline, sometimes, is very curious about her experiences.
Pauline has grass-like hair and is based on a great white pelican. She has a yellow beak and two webbed feet, which are also yellow.
She is usually very curious and usually has a good relationship with many animals. As revealed in her first appearance, she was to be on a lookout for thieves who try to steal food. Even though she was stealing her friends's food, she's not really a villain. She is just actually an anti-heroine.
In her next appearance, Pauline has a partner named Isabel. Isabel is usually an instructor to Pauline. Pauline can sometimes be clumsy and eventually very funny.
- The Story of Pauline the Pelican (first appearance)
- The Story of Isabel the Flamingo
- The Story of Nathalie's Neighbours
- The Story of Seamus the Stork
- The Story of Georgina's Bumbleberry Soup (singing lines only)
- The Story of the Flamingo Festival
- Pauline is based on a great white pelican as stated above.
- She is the first character whose name starts with the letter "P".
- Pauline has a big beak in numerous scenes of her major appearances, despite not eating a single food. This is possibly animation error.
- Her first appearance was Episode 11, despite being shown in the opening song. She is seen dancing with William, Herbert, Ronald, and Audrey after Kevin bit Victor's tail.
- Pauline is replaced by Alan in the Adobe Flash version during the opening theme.
- Pauline is smaller than the flamingos. In real life, a pelican is larger than a flamingo.
- She and Isabel are friends.
- Pauline cannot talk with a lot of food in her mouth. Instead, she just mumbles.
- Her costume from Episode 32 almost bears a resemblance to a pink-backed pelican. Though she is depicted as a great white pelican, a pink-backed pelican has pink hue and it doesn't have a completely pink makeover. Both species are native to African regions.