Rhino for the first time in the world had a scan
Procedure huge animal held 40 people.
In Chicago at the Brookfield zoo seven-year-old female black Rhino named Leila for the first time in the world did a cat scan. This was necessary, as her breathing became difficult and it was necessary to identify the cause. Layla weighs about a ton, so for the procedure invited 40 people.
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The animal was calm, gave him anesthesia, then using the front loader put in the scanner. The study helped to detect in the nose of extraneous tissue, you want to remove.
“We have obligations to animals, for whom we are responsible and we are ready to use the most advanced technology to help them,” said Dr. Michael Adkisson.