The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: KILAGUNI (foster now)
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2/25/2014 - Soon when the milk dependent group started feeding, the ex orphans and few wild elephants emerged from the Kalovoto side running so as not to be late for Lucerne! The herd shared the Lucerne and shortly later, the juniors left due to increased pushing from the seniors as they competed for the fodder. At one time, Laragai tried to greet Yetu but Yetu responded by pushing her away. The juniors settled to browse at Kanziku area. At the mud bath Kilaguni, Kilabasi, Kasigau and Chaimu joined the juniors, parting ways shortly after drinking water. In the evening, the Suguta group did not show up, only Kilabasi and Kasigau reported. They left with Tomboi who had visited the stockade earlier.
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