On the 1st of July Angela received a phone call from Richard Bonham of Big Life regarding an orphaned elephant who had been reported by the community of the Rombo Group Ranch, abutting the Tsavo West National Park and close to the Tanzanian border. It was awhile before the Big Life scouts could reach the location where the calf was last sighted to confirm the situation, and due to the dense bush and lack of roads, they were unable to locate the baby again that day. The rescue was postponed until the next morning, when, thankfully, the little bull appeared again and the Big Life Scouts were able to rescue him.
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3 years old
2 July 2016
Tsavo Ecosystem, Rombo Group Ranch
Date of Birth (approximate)
15 October 2015
Age at Rescue
8 months old (approx)
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Tusuja and Pare racing for milk
Pare coming to the mudbath
Namalok chats with Pare
Pare and Mteto feeding
Pare drops a bottle
Pare busy browsing
Pare playing with Kamok