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Bedouins from seven countries gather for the Camel Beauty contest.  Camels, or dromedaries, have been carrying people and supplies across desert areas for thousands of years. They have also provided their owners with meat to eat, milk to drink, and hair to weave into cloth.
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Bedouins from seven countries gather for the Camel Beauty contest. Camels, or dromedaries, have been carrying people and supplies across desert areas for thousands of years. They have also provided their owners with meat to eat, milk to drink, and hair to weave into cloth.
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