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It was pronged for any foreign object using long forcepsThe penetrating wound was parallel to the spine and about ten centimeters deepA dart was made prior to close range observation so as not to stress the frail candidateIt seemed weak from far and was reported not to be aggressive
It was pronged for any foreign object using long forceps
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The penetrating wound was parallel to the spine and about ten centimeters deep
photo taken on 12/26/2017


A dart was made prior to close range observation so as not to stress the frail candidate
photo taken on 12/26/2017


It seemed weak from far and was reported not to be aggressive
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The speared elephant was spotted by Big Life Foundation RangersThe animal is in no danger because the snare had not caused any traumatic woundThe small snare was likely intended for small antelopeKeeping the rest of the herd away from the treatment
The speared elephant was spotted by Big Life Foundation Rangers
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The animal is in no danger because the snare had not caused any traumatic wound
photo taken on 12/26/2017


The small snare was likely intended for small antelope
photo taken on 12/26/2017


Keeping the rest of the herd away from the treatment
photo taken on 12/26/2017


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