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<<--  Entry for:  June   29, 2016  -->>

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Nursery Unit  June   29, 2016 Kamok, a girl of all characters, during the public visit spent some time entertaining visiting school children by walking along the cordon and playfully greeting them by touching their faces an encounter that scared some of the children causing them to shout and run away, and some of their teachers too! As the children shouted, playful and naughty Kamok appeased them by lying down along the cordon and allowing them to touch her; but the keepers were close by watching her every move to make sure she did not do something naughty. She is friendly one minute and naughty the next, the trick she always pulls and as is her character!

Today funny Kiko showed no interest in spending time close to the baby orphans but the keepers still kept a close eye on him due to the threat of lions around. When the keepers try to control him and get him to move in a certain directions sometimes he runs away from them.

Kamok is a funny girl with all characters

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