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The wound on the elephants midsection before treatment seeping pussThe tusk can be clearly seen to be growing abnormally into the cow's upper jawThe cow rejoins her herdThe cow starts to get up
The wound on the elephants midsection before treatment seeping puss
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The tusk can be clearly seen to be growing abnormally into the cow's upper jaw
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The cow rejoins her herd
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The cow starts to get up
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The wound after it has been cleaned and treated with antibiotic sprayThe wound caused by the tusk is cleanedThe piece of tusk is removed from the upper jawDr. Ndeereh has to cut the tusk in order to remove the piece growing into the cow's uppe jaw
The wound after it has been cleaned and treated with antibiotic spray
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The wound caused by the tusk is cleaned
photo taken on 9/1/2004


The piece of tusk is removed from the upper jaw
photo taken on 9/1/2004


Dr. Ndeereh has to cut the tusk in order to remove the piece growing into the cow's uppe jaw
photo taken on 9/1/2004


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