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he wounds were subsequently cleaned, debrided and disinfectedThe 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 rhino
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
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 healthJoint manipulations and deep palpations showed a sprainThe affected limb was slightly swollen with no snare injuryThis adult female zebra was lame on its left hind limb with slight swelling around the pastern join
We expect that the zebra will soon regain good health
photo taken on 4/18/2018


Joint manipulations and deep palpations showed a sprain
photo taken on 4/18/2018


The affected limb was slightly swollen with no snare injury
photo taken on 4/18/2018


This adult female zebra was lame on its left hind limb with slight swelling around the pastern join
photo taken on 4/18/2018


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