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Voi Unit  May   26, 2017 The morning started well with the orphan elephants sticking to their normal feeding routine at the stockade compound before heading to the browsing grounds. A short while before leaving, Tundani decided to ride on Mudanda’s back which Mudanda refused and responded by fighting with Tundani, who quickly realized his error and moved away, joining Bada for a tummy scratching session before following the rest of the group.

Lempaute, Dabassa, and Kivuko were the only Ex Orphans to visit the stockade in the afternoon, quenching their thirst at the stockade water trough. They remained at the stockade compound for two hours before returning to the park and did not cross paths with the dependent orphans.


Tundani rock scratching exercises

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