Last spring, a young male zebra was found severely injured on I-75 south of Atlanta, Georgia. Noah's Ark Animal Rehabilitation Center in Locust Grove was called by the DNR to see if they could assist. They had him stitched up by a local vet and put a call out to the area veterinary schools to see if they could save his life. Auburn University was the first group to call back with the words, "Get him here."
Now, three months and several surgeries later, the young zebra has gained 60 pounds and has a permanent home with Noah's Ark. His name is Evidence and he made his public debut on July 12, 2008.
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