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The Camel's Tongue

We rode camels, and this one would make a gutteral sound and then let his tongue hang out. I don't know the significance, but it was amazing to watch. Photo taken near Douz, Tunisia at the edge of the Sahara Desert - 2010 Canon Rebel XT. Copyright: Photographer Laurel Talabere.

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Anonymous Guest (IP: 207.47.196.88) 18 Feb 2010

tongues don't usually force their ways out that way until after death..what a unique animal