The following is The Mobile Veterinary photo gallery for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

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The calf is prepared on a canvas stretcher to be loaded into the planeThe calf spent the night in AmboseliA little calf whose mother was shot accross the border in Tanzania is rescued in AmboseliThe buffalo was euthanased
The calf is prepared on a canvas stretcher to be loaded into the plane
photo taken on 4/1/2005


The calf spent the night in Amboseli
photo taken on 4/1/2005


A little calf whose mother was shot accross the border in Tanzania is rescued in Amboseli
photo taken on 4/1/2005


The buffalo was euthanased
photo taken on 4/1/2005


Thrombosis, ulceration, necrosis and injury to the affected organ had already occuredThe animal was euthanasedFemale buffalo with a prolapsed vagina and cervixZebra with injury on the upper medial side of the right hind leg
Thrombosis, ulceration, necrosis and injury to the affected organ had already occured
photo taken on 4/1/2005


The animal was euthanased
photo taken on 4/1/2005


Female buffalo with a prolapsed vagina and cervix
photo taken on 4/1/2005


Zebra with injury on the upper medial side of the right hind leg
photo taken on 4/1/2005


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