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<<--  Entry for:  October   26, 2017  -->>

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Voi Unit  October   26, 2017 It was a wonderful beginning of the day with the stockade dependant orphan elephants joining their four friends Lempaute, Dabassa, Kivuko and Layoni for the Lucerne grass feeding on the upper grounds of the stockade compound.

This morning Ngulia got exited as she exited her stable engaging both Kore and Tawi in some wonderful running and chasing games. Their impromptu running game reached the orphan elephants Lucerne grass feeding grounds, giving the orphans a fright, scattering them around the area. When the orphans realized that there was nothing to worry about, they reassembled and continued with their supplement feeding together with a friendly resident herd of impalas.

When the orphans left for the browsing fields they did so without the four Ex Orphans who continued feeding on the supplements as the keepers headed off to round up Ngulia, Kore and Tawi, and return them to the stockades where they would be safe from prides of lions.

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