Spots on back and chest
Chura is a female frog.
When Basi got injured while creating hippo lanes, his son Beshte volunteered to take over the job. As the young hippopotamus began his new task, he was joined by several small animals, including Laini, a female wagtail, a male aardvark, and Chura. After Beshte proved his great strength by charging through an enormous boulder, the wagtail admitted that she was not sure whether or not Beshte could handle the feat. Chura was quick to defend Beshte, however, reminding the wagtail of his status as the strongest in the Pride Lands. Chura then told Beshte to ignore the wagtail's comments, saying that he was doing a "dandy" job.
Shortly afterward, Chura noticed that Beshte was traveling in the opposite direction of her destination. She asked Beshte to turn around, and he kindly obliged. Laini also requested that Beshte drop her off at Ndefu Grove, and he agreed. Once again, Chura reminded them all that since Beshte was the strongest animal in the Pride Lands, he would not mind. Beshte was humbled by this. Eventually, he delivered Chura to her destination, and she thanked him before hopping away.
Chura is a small frog with olive-green skin and a pale green underbelly. She has a large head with round yellow eyes and a few dark spots on her back.
Personality and traits
Chura is confident and somewhat cocky, taking pride in her knowledge. She is quick to defend what she believes in, but is also not afraid to speak up if something is going awry. Despite her outspokenness, Chura is courteous and polite, as seen when she thanked Beshte for a ride across the Flood Plains.
- Chura was voiced by Kari Wahlgren.
- Chura's name means "frog, toad" in Swahili.
- Revealed in "Beshte and the Hippo Lanes" from Disney Junior's The Lion Guard. No. 25, Season 1. Written by Chelsea Beyl and Jack Monaco, and directed by Howy Parkins. Originally aired March 17, 2017.
- Revealed in "The Lion Guard: The Rise of Scar" from Disney Junior's The Lion Guard. No. 5, Season 2. Written by Ford Riley. Originally aired July 29, 2017.
- Kari Wahlgren. IMDb. IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved on July 9, 2021.
- Online Swahili - English Dictionary. African Languages. Retrieved on September 1, 2020.