Tusker to be tranquilized to deal with injured foreleg | Coimbatore Information


Coimbatore: The forest division officers have determined to tranquilize an ailing male elephant as a way to deal with an damage on its left foreleg.
The tusker was seen limping at Sundapatti beat in Nellithurai reserve forest of Mettupalayam vary in March this yr. Forest division veterinarian A Sukumar and his staff monitored the elephant from a distance to get a transparent image of its accidents. As per the veterinarian’s suggestion, medicines had been blended with fruits and had been stored on the animal’s pathway. Digital camera traps had been additionally arrange. The elephant ate the meals and went again within the woods.
On September 9, D Venkatesh, district forest officer, Dineshkumar, assistant conservator of forest and retired veterinarian Dr N S Manoharan visited Nellithurai to watch the elephant. They discovered that the damage had worsened. “Forest veterinarians have urged tranquilising it. Solely then it may be handled. The elephant will probably be tranquilised for therapy quickly,” stated DFO Venkatesh.
A particular staff has been fashioned to watch and tranquilise the tusker beneath veterinarian D Sukumar.


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