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The tusks had been removed easilyThe carcass was too decomposed for a postmortemA healing wound with a little pusApplying green clay to the wound
The tusks had been removed easily
photo taken on 11/9/2015


The carcass was too decomposed for a postmortem
photo taken on 11/9/2015


A healing wound with a little pus
photo taken on 9/10/2015


Applying green clay to the wound
photo taken on 9/10/2015


Manoeuvring the elephant into position for treatmentRecovering from the anaesthesia Antibiotics were also injectedThe arrow head caused massive tissue damage
Manoeuvring the elephant into position for treatment
photo taken on 9/10/2015


Recovering from the anaesthesia
photo taken on 9/10/2015


Antibiotics were also injected
photo taken on 9/10/2015


The arrow head caused massive tissue damage
photo taken on 9/10/2015


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