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Meet the Gang

Nula the Chameleon
Nula the helmeted chameleon was a happy little creature that loved to spend all day playing hide and seek in the forest with her friends. One evening, Mummy Chameleon told Nula that she was going to join nursery school which was a wonderful place to learn and make new friends. Nula was unsure if nursery would be any fun at all because she would not know anyone.
The next morning, Nula bravely hugged her Mummy and Daddy goodbye and went to join her class. At lunchtime when her Mummy went to meet her, Nula was not lonely at all and was happy to find all her friends were at nursery school. 
The best part was that they got to play hide and seek together during the break! Nula was very good at this game because she could change the colour of her skin to match her surroundings and was always the last to be found.
Fun fact: Did you know that a chameleon is capable of extending its tongue to more than its complete body length?


Boh the Dragonfly
Down by the edge of Lake Victoria lived a family of famous musical southern banded groundling dragonflies. Every summer they performed shows up and down the lake for all the important animals.

Boh wanted to join his family of musicians but no matter how hard he tried to keep up with everyone, he kept on forgetting the notes. One day his Grandpa saw him resting quietly on a leaf and asked him what was wrong.

“Don’t be sad Boh - you know you don’t have to be a musician to join the group. You could sing just like I used to!” he said with a wink.
“Come on let's try and sing a song together.”

Boh loved to sing and so he and his Grandpa practiced their singing all Spring and were ready just in time for his first performance at the great Summer Moonlight Ball.

When Boh began to sing, everyone started to smile and sway! When he was finished everybody clapped and cheered. They asked him to sing two more times! Boh was very happy about his singing and realised it was ok to follow his own dreams and be the best singer he could be!

Fun fact: Did you know each dragonfly eye has 30,000 lenses which means that they can see all around them?  With its single lens the human eye can see in more detail, but only to the front and side.