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Nursery Unit  July   14, 2017 In the field this morning, Kuishi, Sana Sana, Malima, Ndiwa, Ngilai, Mundusi, Rapa and Mteto were having a great time chasing and charging after some impalas they encountered. It was a funny game to watch as the baby elephants trumpeted and ran with their ears spread out sending the impalas sprinting and jumping in all directions, but then some of the impalas turned around and challenged the elephants, sending them running back to their keepers for safety. After a brief moment of silence the group of orphans then went trumpeting and charging in the direction the impalas disappeared, starting the game all over again. Unfortunately, the game didnít last long as Rapa and Ngilai decided it would be more fun to chase Sana Sana, Kuishi and Malima. They kept trying to climb on them but the three girls had enough and ran to Maramoja and Mbegu who were looking after the little boys, Musiara and Sattao, with Esampu, Tagwa and Tamiyoi. Rapa and Ngilai had no choice but to engage each other in a pushing game instead, which ended when Lasayen tried to join in as they didnít seem interested in playing with him.

Kuishi charging around!

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