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Camel string

Camel string moving through the Davenport ranges

Slowly slowly ..............

Note the pack bags attached to the camel saddles. Most of the camels will carry x4 relatively heavy pack bags, a swag (waterproof canvas bed roll) and a rider.

You will come to admire the camel immensely after only a few days with them.

And no - they don't bite, spit or kick. Only frightened or agitated camels do this sort of thing.

Interestingly enough, wild camels are very very reluctant to lash out in any way whatsoever as they fear the human response. A good camel trainer knows this and a young camel can quickly learn not to be frightened and to just go along with the flow.

You'll see.

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Camel string in Davenport Range

Camel string - Davenport Ranges
Photo - Anne Wood (2003)

 

 

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