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<<--  Entry for:  January   30, 2018  -->>

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Voi Unit  January   30, 2018 The morning began with Mashariki and Mudanda leading the orphan herd to the browsing grounds once the milk and supplement feeding was over. The two leaders soon noticed Dabassa and Layoni browsing on the eastern side of Msinga Hill but didnít join them, choosing instead to browse at the base of the hill, sending a rumbled greeting to their two Ex Orphan friends.

Nelion and Bada separated from the group as they had their own browsing plans. It was not long however before they rejoined the orphan herd who were headed to the waterhole for the midday milk feed and mud bath. Ishaq-B enjoyed a private bathing session in a small wallow, thus avoiding any mud-bathing competitions. The rest of the day was spent browsing close to the baobab waterhole until it was time to return to the stockades.


Panda taking Ndii

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