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The medical team at Bengkulu Natural Resource Conservation Agency (BKSDA) had to amputate the tiger’s front right paw to prevent the spread of the infection.
“The tiger may set his paws on the ground again in three weeks,” a veterinarian of BKSDA Erni Suyanti Musabine said.
Elsa, the name of the tiger, will receive treatment for the next three weeks.
The three-year old female tiger was 1.5 meters long and weighed 70 kilograms. It was rescued by the BKSDA in Beriang Tinggi Village, Tanjung Kemuning Sub-district, Kaur District, Bengkulu.
The BKSDA received a report about the trapped tiger on Tuesday, April 2, from an official of the local…
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