The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: MURERA (foster now)
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6/29/2016 - The Keepers stood watching how the babies were eating in the early morning in the lucerne feeding corner, before walking away. The Keepers were very happy with Murera, looking how nice and big her tusks are growing; it is good for her to have them long, to help her strip branches and also discipline any naughty behaviour! When the babies decided to leave the compound, some followed Ziwa and Ngasha, and Sonje made away with the young Mwashoti. Quanza walked in her own direction, and when she reached the forest she apparently felt very sleepy. She took a break standing under the shades to rest as the other orphans enjoyed browsing near her. Alamaya went over to her and touched her tail, then ran away to Lima Lima!
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