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<<--  Entry for:  June   25, 2018  -->>

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Kibwezi Forest/Umani Springs Unit  June   25, 2018 This morning Shukuru took over the lead to the forest, eager to reach all the delicious vegetation out there, while Murera and her friends were still picking some lucerne pellets from the ground. Some vervet monkeys came down the trees to share the pellets with them but Ziwa trumpeted at them from behind, making them shoot back up into the trees again. Shukuru heard the trumpets from Ziwa and then Zongoloni too and she came running back fearing she had missed something scary and the others were calling her back for safety. Jasiri and Quanza were charging around in the trees as well but this was just out of excitement!
Later the keepers found Murera and Mwashoti trying playing with some soil and throwing dust on their heads. Sonje went around the forest looking for where Shukuru had gone until she found her enjoying the sweet branches and breaking some bigger branches using her front feet.

Mwashoti and Alamaya going out to browse

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