Graphic footage: elephant rescued after poison dart attack
A FOUR ton African elephant was left to slowly rot from the inside after cruel poachers shot it with a poisoned arrow. After being safely tranquillised, the medical team from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and Kenyan Wildlife Service cut open a huge absess on the elephant’s side, before removing dead muscle tissue and extracting the arrow. The vets then cleaned and packed the wound with green clay, a substance believed to have strong antibacterial properties. Awakening from the anaesthetic, the elephant rose from its slumber, fit enough to return to the herd.
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Dr says captain of sunken ferry possible identified himself as passenger
A South Korean doctor who treated the disgraced captain of the South Korean ferry, says he believes Lee Joon-seok identified himself as a passenger after he was rescued by coastguards. Sarah Toms reports.
MSN's Emma Roberts speaks to the winners of the first ever Captial One MSN Exclusives competition to find out what they thought about being the first in the country to see Robert Pattinson's new film Bel Ami.
Bel Ami is released in UK cinemas on the 9th of March.