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Camels go on rampage

Animal Behavior: Australia
Dec 09. 2006
Wild camels are invading remote communities in the Australian deserts, demolishing buildings in a desperate attempt to find water amid the country’s severe drought. More than 200 camels invaded an Aboriginal community on the edge of the Gibson Desert, in Western Australia. The rampaging animals tore at air-conditioning units and smashed taps and lavatories to drink from fractured water pipes. More than one million camels are estimated to range across the central Australian arid zone.

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