Tracker enjoys playing with the various forms of wildlife in the jungle. He often utilizes his great hearing abilities to save someone in danger when necessary. Even though Tracker is brave, he doesn't like being in dark places.
Tracker is bilingual; he can speak in both English and Spanish. Whenever he is about to be taken into a dark area such as the Monkey Temple, he says "oy oy oy".
Tracker has brown fur with a white underside, face and paws. He wears a red collar with a green PAW Patrol pup-tag that has a picture of a compass. His gear consists of a dark green hat and a dark green vest. Before he got his gear, he had a red bandanna around his neck.
Here is a gallery of Tracker's attires throughout the series.
Tracker’s gear consists of cables that allow him to swing from trees. His pup pack also contains a set of mini-tools. In "Pups Save a Giant Plant", one of the multi-tools is shown to be pliers. In another, his pup pack also is revealed to have a claw.
Tracker has a pup-tag like the rest of his fellow teammates. His pup-tag has a silver outline and the inside is green with compass symbol on it to represent his ability to find his way to things. When in use, the pup-tag flashes its light. The pup-tag also has a special mechanism, which allows the PAW Patrol pups to make video calls to other PAW Patrol members.
Tracker's pup-pack has a grappling hook that he often uses to swing on branches, as well as grab onto objects that are out of his reach. He also uses his grappling hook to pull things that could be stuck. His pup-pack also has a multi-tool function that reveals several smaller items.
Tracker's Jeep is a white off-road vehicle with green stripes on it resembling camouflage. It has 4 spotlights on the top his symbol on each side of the vehicle. The vehicle number is 11.
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