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The wounds were likely caused during a territorial fightThe vet team attending to the rhinoThe left eye showed opacity of the lens caused by cataractExamination of the right eye showed swollen eyelids
The wounds were likely caused during a territorial fight
photo taken on 5/23/2017


The vet team attending to the rhino
photo taken on 5/23/2017


The left eye showed opacity of the lens caused by cataract
photo taken on 5/23/2017


Examination of the right eye showed swollen eyelids
photo taken on 5/23/2017


A veterinary assessment of a male black rhino which was suspected to be blindAnesthesia was immediately reversed and the elephant pulled itself out of the ditchThis elephant had fallen into a ditch and an attempt to pull it out were not successfulIt was down in nine minutes and surrounded by its herd mates which were driven away by a vehicle
A veterinary assessment of a male black rhino which was suspected to be blind
photo taken on 5/23/2017


Anesthesia was immediately reversed and the elephant pulled itself out of the ditch
photo taken on 5/23/2017


This elephant had fallen into a ditch and an attempt to pull it out were not successful
photo taken on 5/23/2017


It was down in nine minutes and surrounded by its herd mates which were driven away by a vehicle
photo taken on 5/23/2017


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