When Ammon first went down he wasn't in a good position so several men had to lift and turn him a bit. The rhino was a calf around 3 years old, weighting about 3200 pounds. Ed's job was to put powder on the rhino's ear after the Vet notched it. The powder produced a chemical reaction to stop the bleeding. Some of jobs included monitored his breathing, collected DNA, putting socks in his ears and towel over his eyes to help keep him calm, and administering the anti dote to wake him up.
When Ammon woke up he was a bit shaky at first, but in a few minutes he ran off to his mother. Long Live Ammon!