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Dr. Ndeereh cuts the snare with wire cuttersThe snare around the Giraffes lower legThe elephant walks back into the bush after receiving treatment for his woundsThe elephant starts to get up after the reversal drug is administered
Dr. Ndeereh cuts the snare with wire cutters
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The snare around the Giraffes lower leg
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The elephant walks back into the bush after receiving treatment for his wounds
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The elephant starts to get up after the reversal drug is administered
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The leg wound is cleaned of all the pussDr. Ndeereh cleans the wound making sure the puss is removedThe wound on the elephants leg before treatmentThe wound on the elephants midsection before treatment seeping puss
The leg wound is cleaned of all the puss
photo taken on 9/1/2004


Dr. Ndeereh cleans the wound making sure the puss is removed
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The wound on the elephants leg before treatment
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The wound on the elephants midsection before treatment seeping puss
photo taken on 9/1/2004


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