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This elephant was reported after it was seen limpingIt was established that the injury had healed completelyA quick examination was conducted on the seemingly injured trunkThis male elephant had a severe trunk injury
This elephant was reported after it was seen limping
photo taken on 6/13/2017


It was established that the injury had healed completely
photo taken on 6/13/2017


A quick examination was conducted on the seemingly injured trunk
photo taken on 6/13/2017


This male elephant had a severe trunk injury
photo taken on 6/13/2017


The procedure took 50 minutes post dartingThe intern then began the procedure, beginning with cleaning of the scrotumA candidate was identified and successfully dartedAn intern had to carry out a vasectomy on an impala
The procedure took 50 minutes post darting
photo taken on 6/13/2017


The intern then began the procedure, beginning with cleaning of the scrotum
photo taken on 6/13/2017


A candidate was identified and successfully darted
photo taken on 6/13/2017


An intern had to carry out a vasectomy on an impala
photo taken on 6/13/2017


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