A’nella 



is a small nocturnal animal with a tail twice the length of her body. Often seen on rocks bathing in moonlight, it is believed that her hair will deliver a clean, incisive, tone suggestive of moonlight. As such, she is frequently hunted by musicians who covet her hair for making harps and other stringed instruments. But A’nella is not easy to find or catch. The few who have dared to corner her have experienced the pain of her high pitched shrieking. It is not known if there are others like A’nella, but sometimes late at night you will see strobes of colorful lights dart across the dark sky before disappearing. Some believe this is how A’nella communicates, but the question is, with who?