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December 07, 2010
Angelina, a seven-year-old Red Kangaroo, is pierced by an anaesthetic dart in preparation for treatment...
NIR DAVID, Israel
A kangaroo is pierced by an anaesthetic dart at the the Gan Garoo Australian park in northern Israel
Angelina, a seven-year-old Red Kangaroo, is pierced by an anaesthetic dart in preparation for treatment of lumpy jaw disease at the the Gan-Garoo Australian park, which features wildlife from Australia, near Kibbutz Nir David in northern Israel December 7, 2010. Lumpy jaw is a gum disease common to kangaroos living in captivity. Israeli scientists and veterinarians have developed what they call a new non-invasive treatment for the condition, and say the pasty medicine, if applied at an early stage of the disease, increases the chances for a speedy recovery. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
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