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Zebra darted to remove snareHer rear limbs did not seem to respondThe spear woundFresh injury which was bleeding close to her spine
Zebra darted to remove snare
photo taken on 10/15/2017


Her rear limbs did not seem to respond
photo taken on 10/15/2017


The spear wound
photo taken on 10/15/2017


Fresh injury which was bleeding close to her spine
photo taken on 10/15/2017


Elephant found recumbent on her right lateral sideElephant walking away after treatmentGreen clay was packed to absorb toxins and hasten healing processThe abcess was opened and the pus was drained
Elephant found recumbent on her right lateral side
photo taken on 10/15/2017


Elephant walking away after treatment
photo taken on 10/15/2017


Green clay was packed to absorb toxins and hasten healing process
photo taken on 10/15/2017


The abcess was opened and the pus was drained
photo taken on 10/15/2017


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