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Gamera, a 12-year-old African spur-thighed tortoise, shows off his new front "leg" at Washington State University in Pullman, Wash. Gamera had to have his leg amputated after an infection set in. To aid in the tortoise's recovery, doctors at WSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital replaced Gamera's leg with a small swiveling ball-type caster attached to its shell with an epoxy adhesive.  Henry Moore, Jr. / Washington State Univ. / AP

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Gamera, a 12-year-old African spur-thighed tortoise, shows off his new front "leg" at Washington State University in Pullman, Wash. Gamera had to have his leg amputated after an infection set in. To aid in the tortoise's recovery, doctors at WSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital replaced Gamera's leg with a small swiveling ball-type caster attached to its shell with an epoxy adhesive. Henry Moore, Jr. / Washington State Univ. / AP

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