An elephant in Zimbabwe has received medical treatment from a conservation group after being shot in the head by suspected poachers.
The elephant was found by veterinarians from Aware Trust Zimbabwe in Mana Pools National Park.
He is believed to have been living with the bullet in his head for between three and six weeks.
Pretty Boy, as he is nicknamed, is thought to have come into the park after being shot.
A metal detector was used to scan the elephant’s head. The team sedated him, took an X-ray and cleaned the wound but judged it safer to leave the bullet in place.
If the shot had hit a few centimetres lower down it would have gone into his brain.
The elephant is believed to be around 25 years old.