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Meshmesh goes to the dentist

 

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    Meshmesh - surgical operation by human dentist together with zoo vets. Senior Vet Dr. Maha Saber, Dr. Mhmd Taher Mekhled (in charge of chimps unit), and Dr. Medhat Ghorab. Hilda Tresz attending all. Picture source: Ahram newspaper, Mr. Ayman Mobarez. 

  Meshmesh had four decayed teeth for over 10 months.

A dentist who works on humans was brought in to fix his teeth. He is now eating solid food, his eyes are clear and he was put in with a young Bonobo as his permanent companion. 

 

 

 

 

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