Close up of kangaroo as it lies on an operating table in Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital
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Vets treat kangaroo mother shot with arrow

A kangaroo that survived for four days with an arrow lodged in her head has been successfully treated in Queensland, Australia.

Vets at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital performed surgery to remove the arrow, which came very close to her skull and brain.

The kangaroo and her joey (baby) were released back into the wild after the operation.

Geeta Guru-Murthy reports.

  • 17 Jun 2015
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