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Another lion arrives at the baitThe lion responses to the call backsThe bait is tied to a treeThe struggle ensuing during repeated electric pulses resulted to irreversible neck sublaxation
Another lion arrives at the bait
photo taken on 2/16/2017


The lion responses to the call backs
photo taken on 2/16/2017


The bait is tied to a tree
photo taken on 2/16/2017


The struggle ensuing during repeated electric pulses resulted to irreversible neck sublaxation
photo taken on 2/16/2017


It was found on sternal recumbence with alert demeanor but with right deflected neckhe injury was not bleeding and that the trunk was noted to be fully functionalTim had a longitudinal fresh injury less than ten centimeters seemingly inflicted by spearIt was completely up in two minutes and prognosis is good.
It was found on sternal recumbence with alert demeanor but with right deflected neck
photo taken on 2/16/2017


he injury was not bleeding and that the trunk was noted to be fully functional
photo taken on 2/16/2017


Tim had a longitudinal fresh injury less than ten centimeters seemingly inflicted by spear
photo taken on 2/16/2017


It was completely up in two minutes and prognosis is good.
photo taken on 2/16/2017


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