America has Wonder Woman. Hungary has Wonder Spider.
Vízipók-csodapók (Water Spider - wonder spider) is an animated TV show that aired 40 episodes between 1974 and 1984. It was made to educate children about life in sweet water ponds, and also various insects and creatures in and out of the water. The show was created with the collaboration of Bálint Ágnes, writer, and Dr. Kertész György, a biology professor from the Eötvörs Loránt University in Budapest. Thanks to their work together, the cartoon is not only adorable and colorful, but also biologically very accurate.
(Legend says the water snails were modeled on the professor's PhD students at the time).
sharp-edge snails, sweet-water hydras, backswimmers, one-eyed copepods, caddisflies, dragonflies, color-changing flower-spiders, mole crickets, and more - and yes, I had to look all of those up in the English dictionary.
Watch episodes of the show (in Hungarian) here.