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After the operation the calf joins the wild herd who seemed to sense he was being helped.Dr Ndeereh operates on the calf, removing the snareWith a snare tight around his right front foot he was obviously in unspeakable agonyThe wounded calf drinks at Salt Lick Lodge with his mother
After the operation the calf joins the wild herd who seemed to sense he was being helped.
photo taken on 11/8/2004


Dr Ndeereh operates on the calf, removing the snare
photo taken on 11/8/2004


With a snare tight around his right front foot he was obviously in unspeakable agony
photo taken on 11/8/2004


The wounded calf drinks at Salt Lick Lodge with his mother
photo taken on 11/8/2004


The calf is loaded onto the waiting aircraft and flow to the Nairobi NurseryThe calf before it was rescued and after the capture done physically being led for loadingThe Taita Hills Sanctuary rescue The injured elephant Undergoing treatment.
The calf is loaded onto the waiting aircraft and flow to the Nairobi Nursery
photo taken on 11/8/2004


The calf before it was rescued and after the capture done physically being led for loading
photo taken on 11/8/2004


The Taita Hills Sanctuary rescue
photo taken on 11/8/2004


The injured elephant Undergoing treatment.
photo taken on 11/8/2004


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