The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: OL MALO (foster now)
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3/20/2012 - A Rescue was on the Cards today, this time an orphan from Ol Malo Ranch in Laikipia, who had been without his mother for sometime, and had part of his tail bitten off by hyaenas. The calf arrived back in the Nursery at 4 p.m. He eagerly accepted some milk, despite still being aggressive towards humans, and later was greeted warmly by all the Nursery elephants when they returned for the night. Tano, Ishanga, Makireti, Shukuru, and Mutara welcomed him warmly, Tano reluctant to leave him and return to her stable. He occupied Shukuru’s former Stockade, between Mutara and Ishanga, Shukuru having been relocated next door to Kasigau, about which she complained loudly. She was then moved into Mutara’s stockade, next door to the newcomer, and Mutara took her place next door to Kasigau. The newcomer was given the name “Kanjoro” after the place where he was found.
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