Arun Zachariah , wildlife veterinarian in India
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Arun Zachariah is Chief Veterinary Surgeon at Department of Forest and Wildlife in Kerala, India, and he have a veterinary clinic at Sulthan Bathery in the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.
He hail from Manassery near Mukkam in the Kozhikode district, where he began his career in the Forest Department at Muthanga in Wayanad as an assistant veterinary officer.
Dr Zachariah has the national record of capturing and translocating 36 tigers, 63 elephants, and around 100 leopards that had posed a threat to human life and livelihoods across South India.
2007-2011: Zachariah collected and studied nine cases of EEHV,
Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpes Virus that had high quality pathogenic Necropsy
tissue DNA available for analysis included six orphans being reared in working or training camps or at a zoo, and four sudden deaths in calves found serendipitously in free-ranging wild herds by alert mahouts or veterinarian wildlife officers.