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Restraint was achieved chemically by use of 13mgs Etorphine hydrochlorideThis young female was spotted limping while browsingThe snare had caused severe damageA plain and very tight wire snare was removed from the joint which had eaten into the bone
Restraint was achieved chemically by use of 13mgs Etorphine hydrochloride
photo taken on 5/21/2018


This young female was spotted limping while browsing
photo taken on 5/21/2018


The snare had caused severe damage
photo taken on 5/21/2018


A plain and very tight wire snare was removed from the joint which had eaten into the bone
photo taken on 5/21/2018


This young female was seen by the Conservancy Management with a wire snare round her right fore leg He is expected to make full recoveryThis big male had been seen with a swelling on his ventral neck The swelling was lanced on its most ventral location with all the pus being drained out
This young female was seen by the Conservancy Management with a wire snare round her right fore leg
photo taken on 5/21/2018


He is expected to make full recovery
photo taken on 5/21/2018


This big male had been seen with a swelling on his ventral neck
photo taken on 5/21/2018


The swelling was lanced on its most ventral location with all the pus being drained out
photo taken on 5/21/2018


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