The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: ISHANGA (foster now)
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2/27/2015 - The sky was clear when the orphans left the stockade and Garzi and Teleki started their day by scratching their buttocks on the same rock. When Teleki had had enough and moved away Sities came and stood close to Garzi waiting for him to finish so that they could walk side by side to the browsing field. Makireti’s group of Makireti, Kilabasi, Ishanga and Kasigau arrived at the stockade compound just as the juniors were leaving. Teleki welcomed Kasigau by engaging him in strength testing exercise. Makireti group made an about turn and followed the juniors. The herd settled to browse in an area with big rocks which Kilabasi, Teleki and Bongo took advantage of as scratching posts. Orwa spent some time browsing with Kasigau while Garzi browsed close to Vuria. Narok spotted a nice green tree that she went to feed on but before she could enjoy it Mutara came and pushed her away. Narok left in search of another tree.
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