Jaw-dropping! 75st frigid bear with a bruise tooth takes outing to a dentists in Scotland

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Nov 17 2012

  • Four-year-old Arktos has base waterway treatment
  • Three hour operation by group from Royal Zoological Society of Scotland
  • Huge ‘dentists chair’ assembled out of planks and scaffolding

By
Paul Christian

10:02 EST, 16 Nov 2012


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12:15 EST, 16 Nov 2012

It is customarily patients who are fearful of dentists, though when a 75 mill frigid bear indispensable base waterway diagnosis yesterday, a dynamics of that attribute could simply have altered around.  

Arktos a frigid bear had been pang from toothache so vets from a Royal Zoological Society of Scotland had to check over his 42 razor pointy teeth.

Early yesterday morning Arktos was darted with tranquilisers and a 3 hour dental operation began.

Polar bear Arktos during his 3 hour dental diagnosis and Highland Wildlife Park in Kingussie, Scotland

Polar bear Arktos during his 3 hour dental diagnosis and Highland Wildlife Park, in

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