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We have met a lot of -- -- -- power players over the years but I can't think of what I had a better time with one than the other day.
Here is our power player of the.
I mean -- -- made an elephant a salamander you name it.
We treat it.
Doctor Suzanne Murray is chief veterinarian of the national -- a bit anxious to -- and she and her staff of twelve care for 2000 animals from 400 different species.
On the day we followed her she vaccinated -- red panda could present and drew blood from a salamander.
How do you know when an animal is -- For keepers of the ones who see the animals -- in day out.
They know everything about them much guys so they're the first ones that say -- something's different and -- they call us right away.
When two of the male -- died in 2006.
Murray's team discovered the problem was heart disease.
How they've joined the great -- hard project.
The content of these little device is called I LRs implantable -- reporters that continuously monitor the heart and -- let them.
Keepers -- -- the -- to hold still.
I'll Morrison and -- did this on into the bathroom and -- them.
That keepers of -- develop Celine Vatican's into the enclosure.
And they can put the sensor over -- that the -- download the information.
And then we read it up here.
It's it's it's -- Marlins and if you've ever gotten frustrated running around to different doctors.
Here's how the -- doesn't.
We have a giant -- Down under anesthesia we've got it done this a cardiologist GI specialist and anesthesiologist.
Every specialists -- has their own fifteen minutes until the fat actress say it's a one stop.
Shopping but sometimes Doctor Murray reaches out to regular doctor's.
Such as when one of the tree kangaroos had a problem.
For young -- the best people in field are often physicians and surgeons at Children's Hospital.
It isn't just clinical care.
Murray -- -- and wildlife organizations around the world especially on endangered species.
They were some amongst the groups that just the first CI tigers are BI cheat us -- -- artificial insemination or AI.
As we walked around the -- we came across a -- which reminded Maria when she started here as a student.
25 years ago.
My very first Damian has ties to GM and our members think again that I've done it you know I'm a student veterinary student I've touched it she -- -- I can I can go home now.
But she didn't go home and his then chief threat here since 2001.
Murray says she knew by the time she was five what she wanted to do.
Her grandparents owned a farm with lots of animals and then there was the clincher.
I remember clearly watching a TV show with my dad didn't listen National Geographic -- and Jane Goodall was on it.
And my side I told my in my father that's what I wanna deal.
So and she still brings that same sense of wandered to the nationals.
It's hard to stay on -- I know you're -- A VP much in every day we feel we've done something -- something great to help endangered species here something something great help endangered species worldwide.
That's impact for me.
Doctor Murray says they used to put animals to sleep to treat them but now -- with the guerrillas.
That trend panda is to get their blood drawn and sea lions this sit still for eye drops she says the -- -- now a lot more popular around those.
And that's it for -- have a great week.
And we'll see an -- Fox News.
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