WATCH | Chennai veterinary doctors remove 52 kg plastic waste, syringes found in cow's stomach
| Wednesday | 23rd October, 2019
By IANSCHENNAI: Doctors at the Madras Veterinary Hospital here removed 52 kg plastic waste, syringe needles, nails, aluminium foil used for packing food and coins from the stomach of a six-year-old cow, said Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Palaniswami.
Appreciating the doctors who operated upon the cow and removed the waste, Palaniswami said the cow was brought to the hospital by its owner Munirathnam as it did not eat properly and had difficulty in passing dung and urine.
52 kg of plastic waste from the stomach of a cow was removed by the surgeons in TN Veterinary college, Chennai.
pic.twitter.com/aiwxf8o1jG — Mugilan Chandrakumar (@Mugilan__C) October 21, 2019While examining the cow, the doctors found plastic waste inside her stomach and decided to remove it by an operation.
He said the use of plastic is not only environmentally unfriendly but also dangerous to animals.
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