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<p>A veterinarian measures the offspring of female panda Lin Hui at Chiang Mai Zoo, north of Bangkok, June 18, 2009.     REUTERS/Phichaiyong Mayerku</p>

A veterinarian measures the offspring of female panda Lin Hui at Chiang Mai Zoo, north of Bangkok, June 18,more

A veterinarian measures the offspring of female panda Lin Hui at Chiang Mai Zoo, north of Bangkok, June 18, 2009. REUTERS/Phichaiyong Mayerku

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<p>Chinese veterinarians and workers prepare an injured panda for a CT scan at the Fourth Military Medical University in Xi'an, north China's Shannxi province, April 6, 2005.    REUTERS/China Newsphoto</p>

Chinese veterinarians and workers prepare an injured panda for a CT scan at the Fourth Military Medical Unimore

Chinese veterinarians and workers prepare an injured panda for a CT scan at the Fourth Military Medical University in Xi'an, north China's Shannxi province, April 6, 2005. REUTERS/China Newsphoto

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<p>A veterinary doctor performs sterilization surgery on a monkey at a wildlife rescue centre in the northern Indian city of Shimla September 26, 2008.   REUTERS/Anil Dayal</p>

A veterinary doctor performs sterilization surgery on a monkey at a wildlife rescue centre in the northern more

A veterinary doctor performs sterilization surgery on a monkey at a wildlife rescue centre in the northern Indian city of Shimla September 26, 2008. REUTERS/Anil Dayal

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<p>A man takes care his dog which is receiving treatment at an animal hospital in Changzhi, Shanxi province June 17, 2009.   REUTERS/Stringer</p>

A man takes care his dog which is receiving treatment at an animal hospital in Changzhi, Shanxi province Jumore

A man takes care his dog which is receiving treatment at an animal hospital in Changzhi, Shanxi province June 17, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>A stray dog receives medical treatment at Beijing's Human and Animal Environmental Education Center, a shelter for homeless animals, June 26, 2006.   REUTERS/Jason Lee</p>

A stray dog receives medical treatment at Beijing's Human and Animal Environmental Education Center, a shelmore

A stray dog receives medical treatment at Beijing's Human and Animal Environmental Education Center, a shelter for homeless animals, June 26, 2006. REUTERS/Jason Lee

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<p>A team of Colombian veterinarians and dentists in the city of Medellin gives emergency dental treatment to a lion June 16. 2005. The lion was rescued from a circus where keepers had tried to stop it biting by filing down its teeth, and will be handed over to a Medellin zoo once it recovers.    REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera</p>

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A team of Colombian veterinarians and dentists in the city of Medellin gives emergency dental treatment to a lion June 16. 2005. The lion was rescued from a circus where keepers had tried to stop it biting by filing down its teeth, and will be handed over to a Medellin zoo once it recovers. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera

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<p>A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006.    REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate</p>

A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costmore

A biologist and a veterinarian cleans the tooth of a female jaguar at a zoo in San Ana, near San Jose, Costa Rica February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

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<p>A French veterinarian vaccinates a duck with the H5N2 vaccine in a poultry farm in Buanes, southwestern France, February 27, 2006.    REUTERS/Regis Duvignau</p>

A French veterinarian vaccinates a duck with the H5N2 vaccine in a poultry farm in Buanes, southwestern Framore

A French veterinarian vaccinates a duck with the H5N2 vaccine in a poultry farm in Buanes, southwestern France, February 27, 2006. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau

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<p>Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest January 15, 2009.    REUTERS/Pool</p>

Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest Januarmore

Anesthesia is supplied to the Budapest Zoo's oldest gorilla, Liesel, during an operation in Budapest January 15, 2009. REUTERS/Pool

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<p>A 32-day-old Gentoo Penguin chick is weighed during a check-up at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago July 9, 2007.   REUTERS/John Gress </p>

A 32-day-old Gentoo Penguin chick is weighed during a check-up at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago July 9, 200more

A 32-day-old Gentoo Penguin chick is weighed during a check-up at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago July 9, 2007. REUTERS/John Gress

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<p>A veterinary checks the weight of a dog in a veterinary hospital in Russia's southern city of Stavropol April 6, 2005.    REUTERS/Eduard Kornienko</p>

A veterinary checks the weight of a dog in a veterinary hospital in Russia's southern city of Stavropol Aprmore

A veterinary checks the weight of a dog in a veterinary hospital in Russia's southern city of Stavropol April 6, 2005. REUTERS/Eduard Kornienko

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<p>Herc, a male black-footed ferret is still sedated after getting blood and semen drawn for testing at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in Wellington, Colorado April 11, 2007.    REUTERS/Rick Wilking</p>

Herc, a male black-footed ferret is still sedated after getting blood and semen drawn for testing at the U.more

Herc, a male black-footed ferret is still sedated after getting blood and semen drawn for testing at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in Wellington, Colorado April 11, 2007. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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<p>An anaesthetized eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, has her wounds treated at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009.     REUTERS/Mick Tsikas</p>

An anaesthetized eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, has her wounds tmore

An anaesthetized eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, has her wounds treated at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas

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<p>A dog undergoes acupuncture therapy for a facial spasm at a vet clinic in north China's Tianjin municipality June 22, 2007.    REUTERS/Vincent Du</p>

A dog undergoes acupuncture therapy for a facial spasm at a vet clinic in north China's Tianjin municipalitmore

A dog undergoes acupuncture therapy for a facial spasm at a vet clinic in north China's Tianjin municipality June 22, 2007. REUTERS/Vincent Du

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<p>Kriba, a 23-year-old female Western Lowland Gorilla, is checked by senior veterinarian Larry Vogelnest (R) and assistants Tim Portas and Natasha Watts during a medical checkup at Sydney's Taronga Zoo, September 25, 2002. The full and rare medical examination was to check on her progress as well as remove an old contraceptive implant as she now takes an oral contraceptive that allows the zoo to better manage future involvement in a global breeding programme.   REUTERS/Mark Baker</p>

Kriba, a 23-year-old female Western Lowland Gorilla, is checked by senior veterinarian Larry Vogelnest (R) more

Kriba, a 23-year-old female Western Lowland Gorilla, is checked by senior veterinarian Larry Vogelnest (R) and assistants Tim Portas and Natasha Watts during a medical checkup at Sydney's Taronga Zoo, September 25, 2002. The full and rare medical examination was to check on her progress as well as remove an old contraceptive implant as she now takes an oral contraceptive that allows the zoo to better manage future involvement in a global breeding programme. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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<p>Thai veterinarians perform a health check-up and take blood for a DNA test from a smuggled orangutan before repatriating them to Indonesia at a wildlife protection centre in Ratchaburi province, about 125 km (78 miles) west of Bangkok May 30, 2006.    REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom</p>

Thai veterinarians perform a health check-up and take blood for a DNA test from a smuggled orangutan beforemore

Thai veterinarians perform a health check-up and take blood for a DNA test from a smuggled orangutan before repatriating them to Indonesia at a wildlife protection centre in Ratchaburi province, about 125 km (78 miles) west of Bangkok May 30, 2006. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom

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<p>Orangutan Kamil has a baby tooth removed under sedation by a dentist specialising in the treatment of humans at the Melbourne Zoo March 18, 1999.   REUTERS/Will Burgess   </p>

Orangutan Kamil has a baby tooth removed under sedation by a dentist specialising in the treatment of humanmore

Orangutan Kamil has a baby tooth removed under sedation by a dentist specialising in the treatment of humans at the Melbourne Zoo March 18, 1999. REUTERS/Will Burgess

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<p>Dr. Anson Tsugawa uses wire to create a framework for support as he installs a bite plate to correct mal-positioned teeth of Anderl, a German Shepard in Los Angeles, California September 28, 2006.  REUTERS/Phil McCarten</p>

Dr. Anson Tsugawa uses wire to create a framework for support as he installs a bite plate to correct mal-pomore

Dr. Anson Tsugawa uses wire to create a framework for support as he installs a bite plate to correct mal-positioned teeth of Anderl, a German Shepard in Los Angeles, California September 28, 2006. REUTERS/Phil McCarten

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<p>A veterinary surgeon takes blood from an orangutan at an amusement park in Bangkok on September 20, 2004 as forensic experts begin DNA tests on almost 100 of the endangered primates suspected of being smuggled from Indonesia.    REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang</p>

A veterinary surgeon takes blood from an orangutan at an amusement park in Bangkok on September 20, 2004 asmore

A veterinary surgeon takes blood from an orangutan at an amusement park in Bangkok on September 20, 2004 as forensic experts begin DNA tests on almost 100 of the endangered primates suspected of being smuggled from Indonesia. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang

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<p>Fender, a 20-year-old marine Loggerhead turtle is seen during a CT scan at the Israeli Veterinary in Beit Dagan, near Tel Aviv, April 25, 2006.   REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen</p>

Fender, a 20-year-old marine Loggerhead turtle is seen during a CT scan at the Israeli Veterinary in Beit Dmore

Fender, a 20-year-old marine Loggerhead turtle is seen during a CT scan at the Israeli Veterinary in Beit Dagan, near Tel Aviv, April 25, 2006. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen

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<p>Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. Petra had a CT scan and was diagnosed with a fungal disease called Cryptococcus, which is a common disease found in the nasal cavity of some koalas and is caused by a fungus associated with a particular eucalypt trees.    REUTERS/Mick Tsikas</p>

Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. Petra hamore

Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. Petra had a CT scan and was diagnosed with a fungal disease called Cryptococcus, which is a common disease found in the nasal cavity of some koalas and is caused by a fungus associated with a particular eucalypt trees. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas

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