|Abilities||Huge size and strength|
|Weaknesses||Low intelligence, lack of technology.|
|Eye Color||Black on pink or yellow|
|Skin Color||Mottled red and burgundy|
|Characteristics||Large bodies, pointed ears, and short arms.|
|Allies||Star Command, Galactic Alliance|
|First Appearance||The Adventure Begins|
Typical Jo-Adians are large, round, and often colored different shade of red. They are usually heavily built, with some Jo-Adians weighing up to 500 UMMUs (Universal Mass Measuring Units). They are capable of consuming what most would consider large amounts of food in one sitting. Despite their appetite and what appears to be an predisposition towards being overweight,, the majority of their body mass is in fact muscle. Their brains are not entirely in their heads, with some portions existing in their hindquarters.
During the bunzel harvesting season, if a Jo-Adian do not help with the harvest, they develop bunzel fever and turn physically monstrous and mistake everything they see for a bunzel to be harvested.This odd phenomenon is never explained.
They all possess super strength.
Jo-Adians evolved from large ankylosaurus-like creatures as seen in Devolutionaries.
Jo-Andian culture is rarely touched upon in the series, although the planet seems largely built on Agricultural values.
It is unknown if Jo-Adians have any government.
Presumably none as no military forces were seen during the attacks on the planet.
- Jo-Adians appear to rarely leave their planet. The only off-world Jo-Adian ever seen is Space Ranger Booster Munchapper, while his family and friends appear to rarely, if ever leave their home planet.
- ↑ "The Taking of PC-7", Ep. 13. Don MacKinnon (Director) & Kevin Hopps (Writer). Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. Disney Enterprises, Inc./Pixar Animation Studios. October 16, 2000.
- ↑ "Bunzel Fever", Ep. 29. Steve Loter (Director) & Jess Winfield (Story Editor) & Jules Dennis, Elizabeth Stonecipher, Jess Winfield (Writers). Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. Disney Enterprises, Inc./Pixar Animation Studios. November 3, 2000.