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<<--  Entry for:  October   31, 2017  -->>

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Kibwezi Forest/Umani Springs Unit  October   31, 2017 As the orphans were coming back home in the evening after their long day out in the forest, Murera and Mwashoti werelooking very tired, but the other babies were just happy to be back for their milk bottles. Today LimaLima and Ziwa led them out on a long walk which made Murera and Mwashoti very tired by the afternoon, but it is good to keep their strength up and work their bad legs.

When she arrived for her bottle, Murera rumbled with happiness and relief as the keeper put the bottle in her mouth. Sonje had already finished her share and went aside their pen to have some pellets whilst she waited for Murera to finish drinking.

Ziwa played his tricks again after finishing his bottle and the acacia pods around the area; he walked out of his gate, leaving the keepers to give him a trial of closing the gate and seeing his reaction. Later he came running back, demanding the gate to be opened. The keepers welcomed him in again and locked his gate.


Quanza in a playful mood

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