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a Zebra had deep injuries on the rump suspected to be from a lion attack  The wound was typical of lion attack woundsThe wound was cleaned using tincture of iodine, sprayed with Oxytetracycline sprayShe was placed on lateral recumbency with the deep laceration on the right rump area facing upwards
a Zebra had deep injuries on the rump suspected to be from a lion attack
photo taken on 4/18/2018


The wound was typical of lion attack wounds
photo taken on 4/18/2018


The wound was cleaned using tincture of iodine, sprayed with Oxytetracycline spray
photo taken on 4/18/2018


She was placed on lateral recumbency with the deep laceration on the right rump area facing upwards
photo taken on 4/18/2018


 The elephant could not get up so a decision was made to euthanize the elephant Vitamin B12 complex to boost metabolism and Dexamethasone Hcl given intravenously through the earhe 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 condition
The elephant could not get up so a decision was made to euthanize the elephant
photo taken on 4/18/2018


Vitamin B12 complex to boost metabolism and Dexamethasone Hcl given intravenously through the ear
photo taken on 4/18/2018


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


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