The following is The Mobile Veterinary photo gallery for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

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The long spear was removed carefullyThe one and a half foot spear had penetrated through the left gluteal musclesan elephant which had a spear penetrating into its left rumpIt was relocated to Meru national park and released along Mulika swamp
The long spear was removed carefully
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The one and a half foot spear had penetrated through the left gluteal muscles
photo taken on 3/25/2017


an elephant which had a spear penetrating into its left rump
photo taken on 3/25/2017


It was relocated to Meru national park and released along Mulika swamp
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The Veterinary Unit was present to assess the health of the animalit was involved in livestock depredationA cheetah was captured by the KWS station in community landThis zebra will regain good health though it will remain lame
The Veterinary Unit was present to assess the health of the animal
photo taken on 3/25/2017


it was involved in livestock depredation
photo taken on 3/25/2017


A cheetah was captured by the KWS station in community land
photo taken on 3/25/2017


This zebra will regain good health though it will remain lame
photo taken on 3/25/2017


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