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The Vet assesses the severity of the woundThe zebra is revived The zebras eyes are covered as the snare is removedThe zebra is still strong and three people are needed
The Vet assesses the severity of the wound
photo taken on 11/7/2014


The zebra is revived
photo taken on 11/7/2014


The zebras eyes are covered as the snare is removed
photo taken on 11/7/2014


The zebra is still strong and three people are needed
photo taken on 11/7/2014


Vet team dart and then help the zebra to lie downThankfully the snare is not tight and hasn't caused an injuryThis zebra has a loose wire snare around the neckThe zebra moves off to join it's herd after treatment
Vet team dart and then help the zebra to lie down
photo taken on 11/7/2014


Thankfully the snare is not tight and hasn't caused an injury
photo taken on 11/7/2014


This zebra has a loose wire snare around the neck
photo taken on 11/7/2014


The zebra moves off to join it's herd after treatment
photo taken on 11/7/2014


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