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he carcasses had begun to decompose as depicted by swellingIt was concluded that it had a very poor prognosisThe right neck region injury had been inflicted by a spear There were lacerations to the skin all over the body, especially on the hind limbs
he carcasses had begun to decompose as depicted by swelling
photo taken on 3/25/2017


It was concluded that it had a very poor prognosis
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The right neck region injury had been inflicted by a spear
photo taken on 3/25/2017


There were lacerations to the skin all over the body, especially on the hind limbs
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The lion was lying under a small shrub shade and did not respond to our approachRangers reported to have seen an abnormal elephant trackThere was no obvious wound or any dischargeThe vet approached the elephant on foot to closely assess the injured elephant
The lion was lying under a small shrub shade and did not respond to our approach
photo taken on 3/25/2017


Rangers reported to have seen an abnormal elephant track
photo taken on 3/25/2017


There was no obvious wound or any discharge
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The vet approached the elephant on foot to closely assess the injured elephant
photo taken on 3/25/2017


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