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Examination showed that lameness was caused by traumatic hoof amputationThe Vet Unit discovered this injured zebra in Meru national parkThe abscessed was lanced and drained and hydrogen peroxide appliedWe expect that the injuries will heal following removal of this harmful snare
Examination showed that lameness was caused by traumatic hoof amputation
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The Vet Unit discovered this injured zebra in Meru national park
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The abscessed was lanced and drained and hydrogen peroxide applied
photo taken on 3/25/2017


We expect that the injuries will heal following removal of this harmful snare
photo taken on 3/25/2017


application of iodine antiseptic and green clay pasteTreatment involved snare removal using a wire cutterExamination showed a septic wound caused by a plain wire snaret was roped to lateral recumbence for examination and treatment
application of iodine antiseptic and green clay paste
photo taken on 3/25/2017


Treatment involved snare removal using a wire cutter
photo taken on 3/25/2017


Examination showed a septic wound caused by a plain wire snare
photo taken on 3/25/2017


t was roped to lateral recumbence for examination and treatment
photo taken on 3/25/2017


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