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<<--  Entry for:  October   19, 2017  -->>

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Voi Unit  October   19, 2017 It was a nice and bright morning with the four Ex Orphans arriving at 8.20am, after the stockade dependant orphans had left for the browsing grounds. They enjoyed a drink from the stockade water trough before feeding on supplement foods. Two hours later, Dabassa and Layoni left for the Park, leaving Lempaute and Kivuko at the stockade. The two girls enjoyed a scratching session against the rock boulders before having a lovely dustbath in the red soil piles that had been brought in for them.
Out in the browsing fields, at the foot of Msinga Hill, Kenia, Ndii and Ishaq-B found themselves all trying to get Araba’s attention. The four decided that they could all enjoy the little orphans company and stretched their trunks towards him giving him lots of love, care and affection which the youngster thoroughly enjoyed.


Tundani at mud bath

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