52 Kg Plastic, Needles And Coins Removed From Cow's Stomach In Tamil Nadu

Doctors at Chennai's Madras Veterinary Hospital 52 kg plastic waste, syringes, nails, aluminium foil from the cow's stomach.

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52 Kg Plastic, Needles And Coins Removed From Cow's Stomach In Tamil Nadu

The cow had stopped eating and excreting properly.


Chennai: 

Doctors at a hospital in Chennai removed 52 kg plastic waste, syringes, nails, aluminium foil and coins from a six-year-old cow's stomach.

The surgery took place at Chennai's Madras Veterinary Hospital

Praising doctors who operated upon the cow, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami said the cow was brought to the hospital by its owner after it stopped eating properly and had difficulty excreting.

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Doctors removed plastic, needles and coins from the cow's stomach.

While examining the cow, the doctors found plastic waste inside its stomach and decided to remove it with an operation.



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