The following is information on the Elephant Orphan named: KILAGUNI (foster now)
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4/30/2016 - Makireti, Kasigau, Chaimu, Kilaguni and Kilabasi in the company of Mutara’s group were at the stockade compound early before the orphans were let out. As soon as they came out Teleki engaged Kanjoro in a pushing game while Kasigau enjoyed climbing on Mutara. Shortly later Bomani invited Garzi in a pushing game which Garzi accepted, but soon Bomani changed the game into mounting one. Kasigau, who was close by, could not tolerate this behaviour from these younger boys and he pushed the two boys away. Kasigau considers himself as the only grown up boy in the group. Kilabasi exchanged morning greetings with Narok as Bomani turned to challenge Kasigau. Kasigau threatened to teach Bomani a lesson if he tried any dirty tricks in challenging him. Bomani for his own safety picked up a piece of lucerne and walked away from Kasigau. Laragai developed an itch on her left hind leg and so lifted up her right hind leg in order to scratch it.
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