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The wound is cleaned with water and hydrogen peroxideStraps and a vehicle are used to turn the elephantThe elephant is flipped for easy access to the woundThe helicopter assists from the air
The wound is cleaned with water and hydrogen peroxide
photo taken on 8/11/2015


Straps and a vehicle are used to turn the elephant
photo taken on 8/11/2015


The elephant is flipped for easy access to the wound
photo taken on 8/11/2015


The helicopter assists from the air
photo taken on 8/11/2015


The team prepare to dart the elephantThe injuries sustained were very severeAn injured Impala was seen by the vet teamThe wound has shown signs of improvement
The team prepare to dart the elephant
photo taken on 8/11/2015


The injuries sustained were very severe
photo taken on 8/11/2015


An injured Impala was seen by the vet team
photo taken on 8/11/2015


The wound has shown signs of improvement
photo taken on 7/11/2015


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