The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: KAMOK (foster now)
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7/30/2016 - During public visiting at 11am today Kiko decided to break the norm and follow the older orphans down to the public visiting area, although he was challenged by Kamok, Naseku and Kauro who charged and tormented him so much he ended up not going to the visiting area but going into the bushes below that point. He stayed there and watched all the orphans feeding and just watching the visitors who were all trying to get a picture of his head above the bushes. He did not stay there long as his keepers came and tried to escort him back to the forest to join the babies, but funnily enough he broke away from them and ran back to the rocky area near the mud bath and feeding area again, where he began posing again and enjoyed watching the visitors under the watchful eye of his keeper. After awhile and when he decided he had had enough, he walked back into the forest to join the others orphans.
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