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Front feet tied with a short length of rope  they looked so forlorn out there, it seems cruel for these long legged creatures to be bound.  
   

Front feet tied with a short length of rope they looked so forlorn out there, it seems cruel for these long legged creatures to be bound.

But they DO try to run away and get back to Saudi! And it costs 30,000 JOD for a full grown camel. That's a lot of money.
Meet Camelus Dromedarius

November 5th 2017
Meet Camelus Dromedarius. Lest you get confused. Camelus Bactrianus is not Camelus Dromedarius. Arabian camels are not Bactrian camels, but are Dromedarian i.e the ONE -humped camel of the HOT deserts of northern Africa and southwestern Asia. Whereas the camel with two humps Bactrianus is native to the COLD deserts of the steppes of Asia. Hot or cold, they share the same fate of being used as s ... read more
Middle East » Jordan » South » Wadi Rum

Jordanian Flag For most of its history since independence from British administration in 1946, Jordan was ruled by King HUSSEIN (1953-99). A pragmatic ruler, he successfully navigated competing pressures from the major powers (US, USSR, and UK), various Arab states... ... read more
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