A Loris And A Dentist


    Mr. Ben, a pygmy slow loris, comes round at Bristol Zoos in-house veterinary clinic following a routine check-up and teeth clean as part of the Zoos standard animal husbandry and welfare procedure at Bristol Zoo on June 18, 2009 in Bristol, England. The furry, three-year-old patient, was diagnosed with some minor gum problems and given a dose of antibiotics, and is now recovering well back at his home in Bristol Zoos nocturnal house, Twilight World. The procedure was carried out by Bristol Zoos head of veterinary services, Sharon Redrobe, who has been at Bristol Zoo for 10 years with the loris – listed as a vulnerable species on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species – just one of more than 450 different animal species which Sharon has treated at the Zoo. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)


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A Loris And A Dentist


Mr. Ben, a pygmy slow loris, comes round at Bristol Zoos in-house veterinary clinic following a routine check-up and teeth clean as part of the Zoos standard animal husbandry and welfare procedure at Bristol Zoo on June 18, 2009 in Bristol, England. The furry, three-year-old patient, was diagnosed with some minor gum problems and given a dose of antibiotics, and is now recovering well back at his home in Bristol Zoos nocturnal house, Twilight World. The procedure was carried out by Bristol Zoos head of veterinary services, Sharon Redrobe, who has been at Bristol Zoo for 10 years with the loris – listed as a vulnerable species on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species – just one of more than 450 different animal species which Sharon has treated at the Zoo. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)


A Loris And A Dentist




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