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Posted: May 22 2012, 02:10 PM
Member No.: 2
Joined: 30-August 11
We are very pleased to see that some of the Nairobi Nursery elephants who were older than 18 months old on arrival, and therefore more able to remember the difficulties they experienced, are now coming to the end of their grieving period. Kasigau, Kilabasi and Kanjoro have been mourning the loss of their families but happily are now beginning to play with the other orphans more which is extremely good news.
"They need to move and have stimulation. They need to be browsing, foraging, socialising. They need to have reason for movement." Pat Derby, PAWS, on elephants' needs.