Dairy Camel

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I saw this camel out in a field with cows and goats when wandering around the back roads in Sonoma County (the Petaluma area specifically). Kind of odd.

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    1. It doesn’t seem odd to me, but that’s because for whatever reason the farms in Ohio have been getting more and more populated with different kinds of camels and alpacas.

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    2. Its also a safety measure. Camels are more aggressive to predators than cows/sheep. Its like having a large spitting sheep dog.

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    3. This is a bit strange because that species of camel is critically endangered.

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    4. Is it a depth of field illusion, or are they really that size? That’s moose BIG!!

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    5. Camels are hueg. Like, Clydesdale sized, for some breeds.

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    6. Camels are humungous. HUMONGOUS

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    7. Yep, this guy lives here in Petaluma, California – And yes he is that big!

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