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The cow carcass used to poison a lionA poisoned VultureThis fully grown lioness requires treatmentThe vet attends to the wound on the paw
The cow carcass used to poison a lion
photo taken on 3/20/2016


A poisoned Vulture
photo taken on 3/20/2016


This fully grown lioness requires treatment
photo taken on 3/20/2016


The vet attends to the wound on the paw
photo taken on 3/20/2016


Examination revealed a puncture wound to the left front paw of an unknown causeThe lioness is treated in the shadeDead tissue and pus is removed from the woundA lot of pus is drained from the arrow wound
Examination revealed a puncture wound to the left front paw of an unknown cause
photo taken on 3/20/2016


The lioness is treated in the shade
photo taken on 3/20/2016


Dead tissue and pus is removed from the wound
photo taken on 3/20/2016


A lot of pus is drained from the arrow wound
photo taken on 3/20/2016


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