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This image provided by Kansas State University shows the radiograph revealing the implantation of the pacemaker in the abdomen of a ferret at Kansas State University's Veterinary Health Center in Manhattan, Kan.  The ferret, named Zelda,  is recovering at home after receiving a heart pacemaker during a rare surgery at the university.  Owner Carl Hobi took Zelda to the Veterinary Health Center in Manhattan after Christmas because she was diagnosed with a third-degree block in her heart, which caused a low heart beat and a lack of energy. (Kansas State University via AP)

This image provided by Kansas State University shows the radiograph revealing the implantation of the pacemaker in the abdomen of a ferret at Kansas State University's Veterinary Health Center in Manhattan, Kan. The ferret, named Zelda, is recovering at home after receiving a heart pacemaker during a rare surgery at the university. Owner Carl Hobi took Zelda to the Veterinary Health Center in Manhattan after Christmas because she was diagnosed with a third-degree block in her heart, which caused a low heart beat and a lack of energy. (Kansas State University via AP)

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