Lokiís Photo Album
"Loki" the Indian Elephant and related issues
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"Loki", legs still unhealed, soon to be put in chains in the forest.
Severed tendon on Loki's left fore-leg, 2 months after capture
Pus and blood draining from gore-wound down Loki's chain-gouged fore-legs, 2 months after capture.
Massive infection of hind feet caused by chains, partially healed after 4 months.
Several draining abscesses on Loki's shoulder from goring and improper wound treatment, shortly before release.
Beating Loki's wounds and legs for a 45-minute "training session".
Schoolchildren demonstrate beside Loki's crate to have him saved.
IPAN's Nigel Otter assisting in autopsy of elephant who died slowly of gunshot wounds from villagers.
IPAN Director Deanna Krantz and Field Manager Nigel Otter with young elephant at Mudumalai Camp.
Unhealed wound and swollen right leg, 1 week before release in chains.
Condition of Loki's hind feet shortly before removal into forest in chains.
The 16" x 16" log crate at the Tamil Nadu State Forest Department Teppakadu Elephant Camp in the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, in which Loki was incarcerated for almost 7 months.