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The Vet Unit found this lion lying down and unable to moveThis lion was seen with severe injuriesThe vet darted the cheetah with medication from a vehicleThis cheetah was reported to have collided with a tourist car whilst in pursuit of an impala
The Vet Unit found this lion lying down and unable to move
photo taken on 6/12/2017


This lion was seen with severe injuries
photo taken on 6/12/2017


The vet darted the cheetah with medication from a vehicle
photo taken on 6/12/2017


This cheetah was reported to have collided with a tourist car whilst in pursuit of an impala
photo taken on 6/12/2017


e woke up two minutes after reversal to join the other zebrasReversal of the anaesthetic was achieved by intravenous administrationThis wound appeared septic and had to be cleaned thoroughlyThe arrow had fallen out and no foreign body was detected inside the wound
e woke up two minutes after reversal to join the other zebras
photo taken on 6/12/2017


Reversal of the anaesthetic was achieved by intravenous administration
photo taken on 6/12/2017


This wound appeared septic and had to be cleaned thoroughly
photo taken on 6/12/2017


The arrow had fallen out and no foreign body was detected inside the wound
photo taken on 6/12/2017


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