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

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The elephant is given antibiotics and the anaesthetic is reversedGreen Clay is applied to the woundThe tissue that is removed from the woundThe vet has to remove hanging tissues
The elephant is given antibiotics and the anaesthetic is reversed
photo taken on 8/14/2015


Green Clay is applied to the wound
photo taken on 8/14/2015


The tissue that is removed from the wound
photo taken on 8/14/2015


The vet has to remove hanging tissues
photo taken on 8/14/2015


This male has large tusks and has a spear injuryThe elephant is darted for treatment after assessmentThe vet stitches the wound closedAfter cleaning the wound the vet can stitch it
This male has large tusks and has a spear injury
photo taken on 8/14/2015


The elephant is darted for treatment after assessment
photo taken on 8/14/2015


The vet stitches the wound closed
photo taken on 8/14/2015


After cleaning the wound the vet can stitch it
photo taken on 8/14/2015


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