The Wombles?

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The Wombles are pointy-nosed hairy creatures that reside in burrows, where they help the environment by recycling rubbish in useful and ingenious ways. They first appeared in a series of children's novels and were created by Elisabeth Beresford in 1968.
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The names of Female wombles are Alderney, Shansi, Miss Adelaide, Stepney and Madame Cholet.
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There were 24 Wombles in the books by Elizabeth Beresford. .
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The British television programme, The Wombles had 6 series. The first series which aired in 1973 comprised of the following; Orinoco & The Big Black Umbrella, The Rocking Chair,
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