Sarah's maternal instincts shone through as she continues to bottle feed 'Lucky' who continues to put on weight and grow. Lucky now seems to be very comfortable with his (we did think it was a girl for a while….) surroundings and no longer needs to be closed in at night, preferring to make himself a nest in the forest by the camp. Lucky is always there in the morning ready for his milk (often assisted to our younger guests) and then spends the rest of the day foraging for fruit and leaves which will make up its diet as he gets older. Lucky will eventually move away and find a mate but is truly lucky to have been saved from an early demise.