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he rectum was empty and the perineal area was soiled which is a sign of intestinal diseaseExamination revealed no external wounds but the elephant was in very poor body conditionPost mortem revealed multiple penetrating wounds to the pelvic area with bacterial infectionA report was made by the Ngutuni lodge manager of a sickly looking Leopard
he rectum was empty and the perineal area was soiled which is a sign of intestinal disease
photo taken on 4/18/2018


Examination revealed no external wounds but the elephant was in very poor body condition
photo taken on 4/18/2018


Post mortem revealed multiple penetrating wounds to the pelvic area with bacterial infection
photo taken on 4/18/2018


A report was made by the Ngutuni lodge manager of a sickly looking Leopard
photo taken on 4/18/2018


Postmortem of an elephant calffter detailed assessment the complex fracture was deemed irreparableThey had found that a Zebra was lying down and unable to walk and appeared in great painGreen clay was used to cover the wound and long acting antibiotics were administered
Postmortem of an elephant calf
photo taken on 4/18/2018


fter detailed assessment the complex fracture was deemed irreparable
photo taken on 4/18/2018


They had found that a Zebra was lying down and unable to walk and appeared in great pain
photo taken on 4/18/2018


Green clay was used to cover the wound and long acting antibiotics were administered
photo taken on 2/16/2018


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