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A veterinarian decides to amputate the leg of a young wild elephant snared. After surgery, cheerful and able to swim

A veterinarian decides to amputate his leg. A baby elephant is snared. After surgery, cheerful and able to swim

From the case of a young wild elephant, about 2-3 months old, was found walking into a hunter’s snare while foraging in the forest area of ​​Kaeng Hang Maeo District, Chanthaburi Province, causing his right front leg to be snared almost torn. While the left thigh found more than 10 gunshot-like marks, officials of Khao 15 Waterfall National Park, Kaeng Hang Maeo District, Chanthaburi Province coordinated a team of veterinarians to help before taking them to treat the wounds. at the National Park Protection Unit at Khor Chor 1 (Khao Hin Khok), Khao 15 Floor National Park, Kaeng Hang Maeo District, Chanthaburi Province, before bringing the baby elephant to be treated and recuperated at Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya, Chonburi Province on the evening of 1 Dec. C.64 In the past, this baby elephant was called “Khakrak” according to the scene of the accident.

Most recently, Phadet Siridumrong, a veterinarian at Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden. and veterinary team A snarled right leg was amputated until it was almost torn off. before wiping and cleaning the wound Overall symptoms after surgery, cheerful, walks around the stall line, eats and swims normally. However, the veterinary team must continue to closely monitor the treatment. which have to wait for rehabilitation before having surgery to remove the bullet further The part that will give the mother elephant in Nong Nooch Tropical Garden to help milk it. is in the consideration of Nong Nooch Tropical Garden to be selected

By Mr. Kampol Tansajja, President of Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden Changed the name of Khruek Rak to Fahsai instead to make it easier to call and still auspicious. In order to connect with Pang Fa Chaem, the baby elephant that had been strapped until he was severely injured and had to cripple the left front leg Then come to stay at Nong Nooch Tropical Garden until he recovered and came back to life again

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