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Severe injuries to both hind legsRescuing the cheetah from inside the fencePrognosis is guardedThe necrotic tissue was removed and the pus was drained
Severe injuries to both hind legs
photo taken on 7/16/2017


Rescuing the cheetah from inside the fence
photo taken on 7/16/2017


Prognosis is guarded
photo taken on 6/12/2017


The necrotic tissue was removed and the pus was drained
photo taken on 6/12/2017


Examination revealed a fresh deep penetrating wound caused by a large sharp objectAn arrow removed from the carcassA penetrating wound to the right chest areaPoisoning of lion and hyena carcass
Examination revealed a fresh deep penetrating wound caused by a large sharp object
photo taken on 6/12/2017


An arrow removed from the carcass
photo taken on 6/12/2017


A penetrating wound to the right chest area
photo taken on 6/12/2017


Poisoning of lion and hyena carcass
photo taken on 6/12/2017


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