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he dam had been spotted by Solio rangers with fetal limbs hanging out from the vulvaThe elephant on his way after treatmentHe is assisted to his feetGreen clay is packed into the wound
he dam had been spotted by Solio rangers with fetal limbs hanging out from the vulva
photo taken on 1/8/2018


The elephant on his way after treatment
photo taken on 1/8/2018


He is assisted to his feet
photo taken on 1/8/2018


Green clay is packed into the wound
photo taken on 1/8/2018


Although the wounds were infected, this elephant is expected to make a full recoverThe spear after removalThe wounds are probed for foreign bodiesThe spear was pulled out and the resultant wound cleaned
Although the wounds were infected, this elephant is expected to make a full recover
photo taken on 1/8/2018


The spear after removal
photo taken on 1/8/2018


The wounds are probed for foreign bodies
photo taken on 1/8/2018


The spear was pulled out and the resultant wound cleaned
photo taken on 1/8/2018


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