Faraja is a Male ♂ African savanna elephant (Loxodonta africana), living in David Sheldrick Trust Umani Springs (Kibwezi Forest), in Kenya.
Faraja arrived in David Sheldrick Trust Umani Springs (Kibwezi Forest) 2015-01-16, relocated from David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Nairobi nursery, in Kenya.In David Sheldrick Trust Umani Springs (Kibwezi Forest), Faraja lives together with 13 other elephants with records in this database: (detailed list)
Faraja was born wild 2012-01-28 at Amboseli National Park.
Parents of Faraja are: ♂ (father) and ♀ Fenella (mother).
2012-08-21: The Nairobi Nursery received a report of an orphaned elephant calf at 2.30pm on the afternoon of Wednesday 21st August from Cynthia Moss in Amboseli. Cynthia Moss has been studying and researching the elephant populations of Amboseli for many years now but recently had been carefully watching a herd, named FA by the research team, with a young seven month old bull called Faraja who was born on the 28th January 2012, and whose mother recently vanished.
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