The following is The Mobile Veterinary photo gallery for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

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Loaded in the HelicopterTukai at the AirstripThe calf was collected the following morning by DSWT HelicopterThe baby was carried to Amboseli Park Headquarters where the vet hosted it overnight
Loaded in the Helicopter
photo taken on 12/26/2017


Tukai at the Airstrip
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The calf was collected the following morning by DSWT Helicopter
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The baby was carried to Amboseli Park Headquarters where the vet hosted it overnight
photo taken on 12/26/2017


A young elephant baby was reported by the residential rangers while on late afternoon patrolThe winch wire was severed using wire cutter easing the strangulationThe animal seemed frail and appeared to be severely affected by the spear woundThe wound was cleaned thoroughly
A young elephant baby was reported by the residential rangers while on late afternoon patrol
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The winch wire was severed using wire cutter easing the strangulation
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The animal seemed frail and appeared to be severely affected by the spear wound
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The wound was cleaned thoroughly
photo taken on 12/26/2017


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