Σήμα Cub Scouts Fun Badge SCOUTSHOP

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The Cub Scouts fun badge is part woven & part embroidered and is an optional identity badge aimed at Cub Scout Leaders and Leader Assistants/Helpers.
These badges are a great way to identify who's who within the pack, Akela is for the Cub Scout Leader while the others are for the Cub Scout Leader Assistants/Helpers

Specifications
Type: Woven background, embroidered image, merrow border and paper backing
Size: 7 x 7cm
Brand: Cub Scouts

Akela
Akela is obtained from the Hindi word meaning alone. Akela, the grey wolf, led the pack by strength and cunning, layout full length on his rock, and below him sat 40 of his wolves. In Cub Scouts, Akela is a symbol of wisdom, authority and leadership, and is reserved for the leader of the Group.

Bagheera
Bagheera is the black toned leopard and nobody cared to cross his path; for he was as cunning as Tabaqui, as bold as the wild buffalo, and as reckless as the wounded elephant. But he had a voice as soft as wild honey dripping from a tree, and a skin softer than down. He was born in captivity, and when he was older he escaped into the jungle and he had a special insight concerning Men.

Baloo
Baloo is an sleepy, easygoing and fun-loving brown bear who shirks responsibility. His most challenging pupil is the "man-cub" Mowgli; despite Bagheera's objections he sometimes finds it necessary to use corporal punishment against Mowgli, although when called upon to defend the man-cub against the Bandar-log he does not hesitate. Baloo is one of Mowgli's mentors.

Raksha
Raksha the Demon, is the wolf, and adoptive mother of Mowgli and means 'protective' in Hindi. She defied Shere Khan when he tried to eat the man-cub, and she was known to fight to the death to protect her offspring. She named Mowgli, which means frog in the speech of the jungle because he was hairless, after finding him wandering in the jungle.

Hathi
Hathi is named after the Hindi and Sanskrit word for elephant. Hathi is the head of the elephant troop, is one of the oldest animals in the jungle and represents order, dignity and obedience to the law of the jungle.

Chil
Chil is the kite that helps Mowgli in the story Kaa's hunting in The Jungle Book when he is captured by the Bandarlog, a disordered troop of langur monkeys.

Shere Khan
Shere Khan, Shere meaning tiger in Urdu or Hindi, is a fictional tiger of the South Asian jungle, named after a Pashtun Prince, Shere Shah Suri, Kipling encountered on his trips to Afghanistan. He is Mowgli's chief protagonist in the two Jungle Books and is known for his arrogance and regards himself as king of the jungle.
Having failed to kill Mowgli, Shere Khan comes to a sticky end, and is eventually skinned by Mowgli having previously trapped him in a narrow canyon with the help of Akela and Grey Brother, and where he is trampled to death by the buffalo.

Kaa
Kaa, the python, is a huge and powerful snake, more than a hundred years old and still in his prime. Bagheera and Baloo enlist Kaa's help to rescue Mowgli when the man-cub is captured by the Bandar-log (monkeys) and taken to an abandoned human city. Kaa breaks down the wall of the building in which Mowgli is imprisoned and uses his serpentine hypnosis to draw the monkeys toward his waiting jaws. Bagheera and Baloo are also hypnotized, but Mowgli is immune because he is human, and breaks the spell on his friends.

Mowgli
Human child Mowgli is raised by a wolf pack in the jungles of India. As he learns the often harsh rules of the jungle, under the tutelage of a bear named Baloo and a panther named Bagheera, Mowgli becomes accepted by the animals of the jungle as one of their own, but the fearsome tiger Shere Khan doesn't take a liking to him.