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e are hopeful this elephant will recover fully after treatmentthe injuries were life threatening if left untreatedPovidone iodine and green clay was also appliedNecrotic tissue was removed manually and flushed with Hydrogen peroxide
e are hopeful this elephant will recover fully after treatment
photo taken on 3/25/2017


the injuries were life threatening if left untreated
photo taken on 3/25/2017


Povidone iodine and green clay was also applied
photo taken on 3/25/2017


Necrotic tissue was removed manually and flushed with Hydrogen peroxide
photo taken on 3/25/2017


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


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