A cartoon about kids that has Mexican (?) masks that can transform them into a specific animal depending on their masks if they touch that animal's icon that summons in a villain

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    my first thought was Mucha Lucha but I don't think that was about transforming into animals
    – NKCampbell
    Dec 12, 2019 at 19:56
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    – DavidW
    Dec 12, 2019 at 19:57

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I think you are probably looking for Combo Niños.

Title image for *Combo Niños*

Combo Niños is an English-language French animated television series created by SIP Animation in collaboration with Jetix Europe and TF1, aimed towards the 6–10 years old audience. The series is about the adventures of 4 juvenile capoeira practitioners with the mission to protect the city of Nova Nizza from attack by mystical creatures from another dimension called "Divinos".

The Combo Niños have the ability to transform into mystical beings in animal form by touching one of the totems that appear on the creatures. This form gives them unique skills that serve them in the battle against the Divinos and to perform special attacks called Big Blastico, used to return a Divino back to its own dimension.


This previously came up as Cartoon Show: 4 kids transform into lizard, eagle, etc,

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