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Exploring the DromeDairy: Camels and Their Milk

Got camel milk? This may or may not be a strange question, depending on where in the world you live. Although camels and their milk are most commonly associated with the desert landscapes of the Middle East and North Africa, the camel’s origin can be traced back to the Protyplus , an animal similar in size to a hare that inhabited North America nearly forty million years ago.Thirty six million years later, the camel set off in search of not exactly greener pastures...

January 23, 2013 — Layla Eplett

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