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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Camels are masters of the art of survival. They can go for up to ten months without a drop of water, then drink 200 liters in only 15 minutes, while their humps store fat to keep hunger at bay. But there’s much more to them than that. Domesticated in Saudi Arabia’s Empty Quarter for more than 5,000 years, they initiated international trade. Without them the great overland silk and spice routes would never have been born. Today their bedouin owners treasure them like their own children, and bemoan that their upkeep is so much more expensive! Video Rating: / 5

18 Comments

  • Ali Khan 4 months ago

    the arab woman is making it up prophet peace be up on him never said anything like that people should drink camel urain

  • Mircea Costiniuc 4 months ago

    beautiful documentary,

  • safefonzy 4 months ago

    it started out as a wonderful story, then the slavery Australian story just made me sad. People took the camels as slave workers to Australia and when they were done serving them, they shot them. Those who loved them enough not to shoot them set them free, like they should be, but they were rounded up anyway, because they were "distracting" man and other animals. so they were sold to modern slavery (entertain man) in Saudi …….. oh dear

  • Panchi Panagoda 4 months ago

    Tradition of bedouins must be preserved.

  • Panchi Panagoda 4 months ago

    YOU MEAN ALLAH MADE CAMELS!

  • khalid alanazi 4 months ago

    These stupid turks bring two male camels together…!!! They will kill each others. Male camels are so jealous, they will fight to death. Sometimes, we seperate them by hitting them with cars

  • Mayed Alali 4 months ago

    Evil Australians

  • Muuyuu Deedee 4 months ago

    Very good video from mongolia

  • Piet van jaarsveld 4 months ago

    THANX FOR THE GREAT VIDEO AND THE VALEBLE INFORMATION ABOUT CANCER

  • Rut Brea 4 months ago

    Camels seem to be very affectionate, ah? They are loving animals.

  • Rut Brea 4 months ago

    I don't like the fighting, sorry about that. I don't like bullfight either, I am a descendant of the Spaniards who practice the bullfights and never liked it.

  • Rut Brea 4 months ago

    How great!  It is wonderful to see how well the Saudi take care of their animals. I love this documentary. Thank you for sharing.

  • Goolam Peerbhay 4 months ago

    Awesome!!! Thanks

  • Tracy J 4 months ago

    Now I want some camel milk!

  • Tracy J 4 months ago

    Humans interfere and ruin everything.

  • Azad Jatt 4 months ago

    These heartless motherfuckers Australia government why are u killing the camels why dont u do bussing of camel's were the are needed stupidest motherfuckers killing ur precious animals dosent mean anything doing business is the thing which will bring economy to ur countery n the other countries

  • Manol Momchilov 4 months ago

    great. now I want a camel…

  • cumar caabdi 4 months ago

    in somalia we have millions of camel i love camel milk ….. even camel was mention in qur'an (koran) camel have more wizdom ….. example if u stand behind camel and turn look to yourside more then 3 time then you suspect….. cause if you owned him he will know when enemy is aroun …..other animals or human emeny that u have …… camel give sings thats you enemy is on the way …….our grandprants teach us an finly i exprincesed that

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