How Do You Perform an X-Ray on an Elephant?

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How do vets operate in some of the most remote places on Earth? In Laos Thongkhoon the elephant has been shot in the leg. 25-year-old British vet Will Thomas needs to try and remove the bullet and get the infection that it’s caused under control, but it’s not easy. Being a veterinarian out in this remote location takes some improvisation.


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