Most obscure children's TV puppets

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I've been thinking about some really obscure children's TV puppet characters, specifically a few from CBBC:

Tiny (a giant hamster, right) and Mr. Duk (Tiny's agent, left) (The Saturday Show, 2001)
Vinnie J. Ferret (Xchange, 2000) (he is so obscure that barely anything relevant shows up when you search his name on Google)

I was wondering if there are any other super obscure puppet characters that are out there.
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Long before "we're just normal men", there was Agro and Ann Marie

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You want a really obscure children's puppet?

Try Mr Turnip.

From the same era as Muffin the Mule.
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