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Darting was done from a vehicle and it took ten minutes for the drugs to take full effectThis adult female giraffe was seen with a snare round her neck by a team of game scoutsPrognosis is good and he woke up in four minutes and joined his colleague.The wounds were additionally packed with green clay
Darting was done from a vehicle and it took ten minutes for the drugs to take full effect
photo taken on 12/26/2017


This adult female giraffe was seen with a snare round her neck by a team of game scouts
photo taken on 12/26/2017


Prognosis is good and he woke up in four minutes and joined his colleague.
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The wounds were additionally packed with green clay
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The bigger and fresher of the wounds on the left flank appeared to have been caused by spearingThe old wounds, more than a month old appeared to have been caused by arrowsThe wounds on the right side were attended to first before he was flipped overRestraint was achieved chemically by use of 18mgs etorphine hydrochloride
The bigger and fresher of the wounds on the left flank appeared to have been caused by spearing
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The old wounds, more than a month old appeared to have been caused by arrows
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The wounds on the right side were attended to first before he was flipped over
photo taken on 12/26/2017


Restraint was achieved chemically by use of 18mgs etorphine hydrochloride
photo taken on 12/26/2017


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