Wednesday, April 6, 2011

So How DO You Tell Camels Apart?

They are big, mostly brown, with large rather scary-looking mouths. Line up half a dozen of them and most of us wouldn't know one from the other. So that is why they shave interesting patterns into their coats.


AareneX said...

THAT is cool. I can't even shave a skull/crossed bones into my horse's coat competently, so I'm extra-impressed!

Margaret said...

Clever. I never would have noticed, if you hadn't pointed that out. I thought you were going to say "by the blanket it wears".

brattcat said...

so interesting.

Leif Hagen said...

A great camel shot! I never new about the patterns in their camel coats!

Rohrerbot said...

Something new I learned today:)

Star said...

Great photo! Thanks!

Caroline said...

Beautiful moody photos!

taio said...


Shammickite said...

Love those patterns, I wonder how long they last before the coat grows and the pattern has to be shaved again?

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