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An assessment showed deep wounds to the medial aspect of the shouldersThis giraffe had an obstructed birth, for 48 hours prior to reportingThe wounds healed and the rhino was feeding wellhe wounds were subsequently cleaned, debrided and disinfected
An assessment showed deep wounds to the medial aspect of the shoulders
photo taken on 5/21/2018


This giraffe had an obstructed birth, for 48 hours prior to reporting
photo taken on 5/21/2018


The wounds healed and the rhino was feeding well
photo taken on 5/21/2018


he wounds were subsequently cleaned, debrided and disinfected
photo taken on 5/21/2018


The extent of the inguinal injuries was ascertained as superficial lacerations There were lacerations to the inguinal region with blood loss This hand raised blind black rhino was attacked by a territorial male black rhinoWe expect that the zebra will soon regain good health
The extent of the inguinal injuries was ascertained as superficial lacerations
photo taken on 5/21/2018


There were lacerations to the inguinal region with blood loss
photo taken on 5/21/2018


This hand raised blind black rhino was attacked by a territorial male black rhino
photo taken on 5/21/2018


We expect that the zebra will soon regain good health
photo taken on 4/18/2018


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