The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: ISHANGA (foster now)
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8/28/2016 - Soon after leaving the stockade, the orphans were joined by Makireti’s group. Orwa was pleased to have Makireti’s group around since he was able to gauge his strength by playing with Kilaguni. Later, Orwa surrendered and went to play with kilabasi. On the way to the browsing field, Orwa came across a fallen log that he used in scratching his belly on. Garzi engaged Ishanga in a pushing a game as Olsekki scratched his neck against a tree. Sirimon settled to browse with Sokotei. At mud bath time, the orphans were joined by six wild bulls and in the afternoon the sun was hot, making the orphans want to take a break and relax under a tree until the temperature dropped to a more favourable level.
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