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

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The buffalo starts to get up after the reversal drug is administeredThe wound after it has been sprayed with an antibioticDr. Ndeereh cleans the wound caused by the snareDr. Ndeereh cuts has to cut the snare in order to remove it
The buffalo starts to get up after the reversal drug is administered
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The wound after it has been sprayed with an antibiotic
photo taken on 9/1/2004


Dr. Ndeereh cleans the wound caused by the snare
photo taken on 9/1/2004


Dr. Ndeereh cuts has to cut the snare in order to remove it
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The snare is cutting into the Buffalo's neckThe elephant walks away after the reversal drug is administeredThe snare is cutting into the elephant calf's right fore legThe Giraffe up and about after the snare is removed
The snare is cutting into the Buffalo's neck
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The elephant walks away after the reversal drug is administered
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The snare is cutting into the elephant calf's right fore leg
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The Giraffe up and about after the snare is removed
photo taken on 9/1/2004


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