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Rinsed with clean water and tincture of iodine The wound was cleaned of necrotic tissueThe wound most likely caused by an arrowThe prognosis remains fair
Rinsed with clean water and tincture of iodine
photo taken on 4/20/2016


The wound was cleaned of necrotic tissue
photo taken on 4/20/2016


The wound most likely caused by an arrow
photo taken on 4/20/2016


The prognosis remains fair
photo taken on 4/20/2016


The lion recovering Reversing the anaesthetic after treatment All his wounds were cleaned and treatedThe end of his tail had to be amputated
The lion recovering
photo taken on 4/20/2016


Reversing the anaesthetic after treatment
photo taken on 4/20/2016


All his wounds were cleaned and treated
photo taken on 4/20/2016


The end of his tail had to be amputated
photo taken on 4/20/2016


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