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Bedouin herders get back to roots for camel birthing

AP

Published : Mar 22, 2018, 10:03 am IST
Updated : Jul 6, 2019, 3:32 pm IST
For three months a year, in the winter time Bedouin Arab herders take their 130 camels to graze on the shores of the Dead Sea, at the lowest place on Earth. (Photos: AP)
For three months a year, in the winter time Bedouin Arab herders take their 130 camels to graze on the shores of the Dead Sea, at the lowest place on Earth. (Photos: AP)
A newborn camel and his mother rest as back to the night camp after grazing all day
A newborn camel and his mother rest as back to the night camp after grazing all day
Camels gather at the night camp in the territory of Israeli Kibbutz Kalya, near the Dead Sea in the West Bank.
Camels gather at the night camp in the territory of Israeli Kibbutz Kalya, near the Dead Sea in the West Bank.
Beduin camels owner Ali El Guran, left, and his camels herder Ali Zarlul, clean the camel respiratory.
 Beduin camels owner Ali El Guran, left, and his camels herder Ali Zarlul, clean the camel respiratory.
Beduin camels herder Muhammed Zarlul runs after a newborn camel as they back to the night camp after grazing all day.
Beduin camels herder Muhammed Zarlul runs after a newborn camel as they back to the night camp after grazing all day.
Beduin camels owner Ali El Guran, left, and his camels herder Salem Rashaideh, have their breakfast at the night camp at the territory of Israeli Kibbutz Kalya, near the Dead Sea in the West Bank.
Beduin camels owner Ali El Guran, left, and his camels herder Salem Rashaideh, have their breakfast at the night camp at the territory of Israeli Kibbutz Kalya, near the Dead Sea in the West Bank.
Beduin camels herder Ali Zarlul ties the leg of camel to prevent her from walk away at the night camp.
Beduin camels herder Ali Zarlul ties the leg of camel to prevent her from walk away at the night camp.
Beduin camels herder Mahmoud Zarlul fills water barrel for camels as they back to the night camp after grazing all day in the open fields.
Beduin camels herder Mahmoud Zarlul fills water barrel for camels as they back to the night camp after grazing all day in the open fields.

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