Swimming Gungaloo Huts

Most of the Swimming Gungaloo live in a hut made of kelp. They are some of the friendliest shellfish you will ever meet. If you want to make a good impression you can bring them sweet seawater or crunchy kraken cakes, as a gift. 

The Noble Gnarble's Diary: Gone Gungaloo

I saw a sign that said "Swimming Gungaloos," with an arrow pointing to a hut and I decided to look inside.  The gungaloos were all inside the hut, and they were looking around for something. Their koggers, or tails, were spinning around, which happens when they are nervous. 

"What are you looking for?" I asked.

"Gunga, the youngest gungaloo is hiding and we can't find him. He loves to play hide and seek, but this time he's hid too well!" said the oldest gungaloo.

"Maybe I can help," I said. "Where are some of his favorite places to hide?"

"Well he hid in the cabinet for a long time once. When he came out he had crumbs all over his face," said a gungaloo.

"And that one time he hid in the picnic basket. All the food was gone when we finally opened it," said another.

"Hmmm," I said. "And what's that delicious smell?"

"I just baked some krakencakes. They're inside the jar over there," said a very pretty gungaloo.

I swam over to the jar, and opened it up. Sure enough, Gunga was inside, munching on his tenth krakencake!

They thanked me very much for finding him, and asked how they could repay me. A delicious krakencake was more than enough thanks.