The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: MURERA (foster now)
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4/29/2015 - When the orphans came out of the stockade this morning, Balguda decided to link up with Quanza and let her choose where to browse. Balguda’s stockade mate Ziwa, however, chose to team up with Faraja and tail grabber Jasiri. However Ziwa and Faraja were well versed in Jasiri’s tricks and were watchful of him and their tails. Murera was also keeping a close eye on Jasiri in case he decided to grab Balguda’s tail and decided to keep Balguda close to her for better protection. Sonje too was wary of Jasiri’s intentions towards Balguda so joined Murera. With the protection of two mothers, Balguda’s tail was safe from Jasiri. At the waterhole after their milk bottle feeding, Balguda headed towards Sonje, who came over to talk to him, putting her trunk in his mouth to smell what he was chewing on.
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