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Genetically engineered aliens who were created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba in Disney's "Lilo & Stitch" franchise. There are over 629 of them, including the famous Experiment 626, also known as Stitch, who thanks to Lilo Pelekai's influence calls his fellow experiments "cousins" after Hawaiian terminology.
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Bragg Bugby C Cannonball Carmen Checkers Chopsuey Clink Clip Cloudy
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Cyber D Dark End Deforestator Derrick Digger Dim Long Dorkifier Doubledip Drowsy Dupe E Elastico Experiment Pods Experiments F
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Melty Morpholomew Mr. Stenchy Mrs. Sickly Mulch N Nosox Nosy P Phantasmo Phoon Pix PJ (Lilo & Stitch) Plasmoid Ploot Poki Pop Poxy R Remmy Retro Reuben Richter S Sample
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This is a list of experiments from the Disney animated Lilo & Stitch franchise, most of them making their first appearance in Lilo & Stitch: The Series. These fictional experiments, also referred to as Stitch's cousins, are genetically engineered creatures created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba in his lab...
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Many of Stitch's "cousins" are featured in this group photo taken at the end of .
This is a list of experiments from the Disney animated franchise, most of them making their first appearance in . These fictional experiments, also referred to as Stitch's cousins, are genetically engineered creatures created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba in his lab at "Galaxy Defense Industries", with the assistance of Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel who funded the projects with "shady" business deals. Prior to the events of , every experiment created was dehydrated into a small orb called an "experiment pod" and stored in a special container for transport. In , the container was accidentally opened and the pods rained down on the island of Kauai. The experiments within the pods are reactivated upon contact in water, a point of concern because many of the experiments are dangerous and Kauai hosts one of the wettest spots on Earth.
Upon encountering each experiment, Stitch's human friend and partner Lilo gives the experiment a name just as she gave Stitch his name. The two then attempt to rehabilitate the experiments and find a purpose for them on Earth that suits their specific abilities, referred to as the "one true place" they belong.
Stitch, inspired by Hawaii's terminology, refers to the other experiments as his "cousins" and considers them all a part of his , or "extended family". All of Jumba's original 626 experiments have their names and numbers listed alongside the credits in .
Contents 1 Background 1.1 Biology 1.2 Creation 2 Experiment series
3 List of experiments
3.1 0-Series: Jumba's test batch, including many household helpers
3.2 1-Series: Civic disturbances
3.3 2-Series: Technological and scientific
3.4 3-Series: Psychological
3.5 4-Series: Military
3.6 5-Series: Elemental manipulators
3.7 6-Series: Battlefield or doomsday experiments with galactic implications and world-ending properties, Jumba's strongest line
4.1 Continuity errors
5 References 6 Gallery
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Due to different experiments' original purposes, the majority of experiments each have a unique appearance, powers, and weaknesses. Though all experiments have unique capabilities and functions, most of them have some abilities in common due to Jumba reusing DNA from one experiment as a prototype for a different experiment, like the similarities of body shape, appearance, and even for powers like in the case of Jumba reusing some of Twang (021)'s DNA in the creation of Bragg (145), granting the latter musical ability. Most seem capable of scaling walls like a gecko (as Stitch frequently does); many are able to grow and retract an extra pair of arms. Since they are genetic experiments each created with multiple kinds of DNA that Jumba sampled throughout the galaxy, they all age quite differently than creatures on Earth as seen with Lilo and the rest of humanity when time is lapsed 20 years in "Skip".
It is also shown that some experiments' powers (such as Mr. Stenchy (254)'s cuteness, and Checkers (029)'s hypnotic effect) do not affect other experiments, possibly so that these powers do not prevent other experiments from carrying out their primary functions. If affected by other experiments' powers, it might be temporary as Stitch managed to recover from Drowsy (360)'s sleep-inducing program without being exposed to water. Though Angel (624) primarily reverts other experiments (before her time) to evil, Amnesio (303) and Retro (210) can do so as well.
It is also shown that when an experiment is dehydrated, they will deactivate and turn into a small orb called an experiment pod. If an experiment pod gets wet, the experiment will be reactivated and released. According to Jumba, a home food dehydrator is the only known method of deactivating an experiment a second time.
Upon each experiment's creation, it is important that their molecules be charged. If an experiment's molecules are not fully charged, about a year after their creation, they will suffer glitches, during which they will experience seizures and temporarily revert to their original programming. If the molecular charging process is not completed, these glitches will eventually burn out the experiment's circuits and kill them.
The first digit of the experiment numbers reflects what series of experiments they belong to. The official series of experiments, as stated by Jess Winfield, one of the executive producers, are as follows:0-Series: Jumba's test batch, including many household helpers.1-Series: Civic disturbances.2-Series: Technological and scientific.3-Series: Psychological.4-Series: Top Secret and mysterious series of militaristic and mostly failed experiments.5-Series: Elemental and environmental manipulators.6-Series: Battlefield and doomsday experiments with galactic implications.
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