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The wound after it had been cleaned by Dr. NdeerehThe calf and its mother back with their herd after the calf has received treatmentDr. Ndeereh works on the young calf's spear woundA close up of the wound on the calf's left fore leg
The wound after it had been cleaned by Dr. Ndeereh
photo taken on 6/1/2005


The calf and its mother back with their herd after the calf has received treatment
photo taken on 6/1/2005


Dr. Ndeereh works on the young calf's spear wound
photo taken on 6/1/2005


A close up of the wound on the calf's left fore leg
photo taken on 6/1/2005


The immobilised elephant showing the position of the injury on the left fore leg at the elbow jointDr. Ndeereh starts to clean the wound, which was suspceted to be caused by a bulletThe injury was heavily infected with a lot of pussThe elephant starts to get up after receiving her first round of treatment
The immobilised elephant showing the position of the injury on the left fore leg at the elbow joint
photo taken on 6/1/2005


Dr. Ndeereh starts to clean the wound, which was suspceted to be caused by a bullet
photo taken on 6/1/2005


The injury was heavily infected with a lot of puss
photo taken on 6/1/2005


The elephant starts to get up after receiving her first round of treatment
photo taken on 6/1/2005


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