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Drone Sunday: Australian Camel Caravan

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In this week's "Drone Sunday" post from @fromwhereidrone, a caravan of camels is herded across the Au
 

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July 29 · Issue #328 · View online
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In this week’s “Drone Sunday” post from @fromwhereidrone, a caravan of camels is herded across the Australian Outback, casting shadows on the barren terrain. Between 1870 and 1920, roughly 20,000 camels were brought to Australia from India, Afghanistan, and the Arabian Peninsula. Today, the country’s feral camel population is between 1 and 1.2 million, and is considered a nuisance to Outback communities. For more awesome drone imagery, follow @fromwhereidrone!
26°47'56.9"S, 137°44'02.3"E

Source imagery: Jarrad Seng Photography

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