The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: KILAGUNI (foster now)
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2/25/2015 - Yatta, Mulika and Lualeni’s groups reported at the stockade early in the morning. Napasha, Buchuma and Madiba were missing. The juniors joined the ex-orphans soon after leaving the stockade but as it was crowded with so many elephants Mutara led her group straight to the browsing field. Kanjoro, Bongo and Garzi joined Taita briefly at the stockade water trough. At the browsing field Narok and Laragai knelt on their front legs and uprooting their food using their mouths. Kilaguni and Chaimu arrived at the stockade at around 8am but left soon after drinking water. Teleki developed an itchy neck and used a tree he was feeding on to scratch it. Later Bomani, Turkwel and Orwa separated from the rest of the herd and moved few steps away to feed on grass. The peaceful day was spent browsing.
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