It was an unusually cold morning as the Juniors left their Night Stockades in the morning. This time the orphans had no need of water, but instead scattered around the compound doing different things. Some scratched against rocks, others against trees while the rest just stood and waited for the next step. The keepers noticed that due to the cold weather the elephants were undecided as to which direction they should take, so the Keepers made the decision for them, leading them to the Kalovoto seasonal river where they settled for the morning browsing. In the afternoon it started to warm up and Sabachi and Kibo engaged one another in the usual Pushing Game.
Sabachi and Kibo playing their pushing game
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