Science Saves the Day

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Chris P. Bacon was born with malformed back legs. His adoptive parent, a veterinarian, designed this cool cart for Chris from old toy parts.

Thai Elephants Get Treated At World's Only Elephant Hospital

Meet Motala, a Thai elephant who lost her front leg when she stepped on a land mine in 1999.  Thanks to science she received her first prosthetic in 2006.

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Gamera, a 12-year-old tortoise, is a tribute to creativity with a ball wheel that veterinarians fastened to his shell.

These are just three examples of the amazing work that veterinarians, together with scientists and engineers, are accomplishing to help improve the lives of all types of animals, birds and sea creatures who have disabilities.

Read about more of these amazing animals at the Huffington Post.

 

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