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<<--  Entry for:  February   20, 2018  -->>

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Voi Unit  February   20, 2018 The morning was wonderful with the stockade dependant orphan elephants playing around the stockade compound, following the milk and supplement feeding, before heading to the browsing grounds.

Ajali explored the Mzima-Mombasa water pipeline side taking Ndoria with him. Nguvu has slowly been detaching himself from Ajali who seems ready to go wild while Nguvu is still milk and keeper dependent. Ajali and Ndoria were called to join the rest of the group as they made their way to the water hole for the afternoon milk feed. Ajali, who no longer takes milk, didnít follow them but Ndoria came running up not wanting to miss out on her share. The orphans had a lot of fun playing mud bathing games, with lots of charging and trumpeting taking place which attracted Ajaliís attention and he came and joined them at the water hole.

Panda pushing Arruba from behind

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