A male calf estimated to have been born in July 1999, this young "toughie" from the North was 1 month old when rescued; also a victim of the wells dug by tribesmen for their livestock. He takes his name from the Sugar Loaf mountain of the North known as Olololokwe meaning "far away mountain". He, Salama and another little bull called "Nyiro" share the same rugged bull face and look very much alike. We can't help wondering if they have the same "Dad". One finger of Lolokwe's trunk is damaged, hanging loose, probably slashed by tribesman having been pulled out of the well. However, he copes very well and is luckier than Loisaba. He loves to tussle with his peers, often interrupting bouts between Laikipia and Salama.
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24 years old
15 August 1999
Samburu, Namunyak Conservancy
Date of Birth (approximate)
1 July 1999
Age at Rescue
1 month old (approx)
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Lolokwe joins stockade orphans
Panda putting on scratching show for Lolokwe
Thor following Lolokwe
Lolokwe arrives at the stockades
Ndara, Emma and Lolokwe
Lolokwe with others
Lolokwe arrives at the stockade alone
Lolokwe having a drink at the Stockades