India’s first elephant hospital has opened and people are rejoicing


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The first hospital for elephants opened in the holy Hindu town of Mathura in India last week— and it’s kind of a big deal.

Designed for geriatric, sick, and injured elephants, the hospital — which spans over 12,000 square feet — is equipped with wireless digital X-Ray, thermal imaging, ultrasonography, tranquilization devices, and quarantine facilities, according to a Reuters report.

India’s first elephant hospital cheers animal activists, draws tourists

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