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Examination revealed a penetrating wound deep into shoulder muscles caused by an arroThis zebra was seen limping severely on his right front leg with an arrow lodged in his shoulderThis was a grave prognosis and there was no way this elephant could have survivedThis elephant was seen partially submerged in a pool of wate
Examination revealed a penetrating wound deep into shoulder muscles caused by an arro
photo taken on 6/12/2017


This zebra was seen limping severely on his right front leg with an arrow lodged in his shoulder
photo taken on 6/12/2017


This was a grave prognosis and there was no way this elephant could have survived
photo taken on 6/12/2017


This elephant was seen partially submerged in a pool of wate
photo taken on 6/12/2017


He woke up two minutes after reversal to join the rest of the herdThe plain wire was removed and further examination revealed no injuryThis zebra was seen by the Conservancy Rangers with a wire snare around his neckThe team decided to deliver 30mgs Ivermectin parasiticide remotely
He woke up two minutes after reversal to join the rest of the herd
photo taken on 6/12/2017


The plain wire was removed and further examination revealed no injury
photo taken on 6/12/2017


This zebra was seen by the Conservancy Rangers with a wire snare around his neck
photo taken on 6/12/2017


The team decided to deliver 30mgs Ivermectin parasiticide remotely
photo taken on 6/12/2017


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