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Vets extract 71kg of waste found in stray Indian cow’s stomach

Indian vets extract 71 kilograms (156.5 pounds) of plastic, nails and other garbage from a pregnant cow, but both the animal and her baby died. An estimated five million cows roam India's cities, with many gorging on the vast amounts of plastic litter on the streets.

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