Food Shared among Bedouin Men

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The camel's services don't stop at transportation or winning trophies. A camel's hump (above, at left) forms the centerpiece of a feast at the Mohamed Khamisi compound. The animals' hair, dung, and milk, have long provided shelter, warmth, and sustenance to their Bedouin keepers.
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The camel's services don't stop at transportation or winning trophies. A camel's hump (above, at left) forms the centerpiece of a feast at the Mohamed Khamisi compound. The animals' hair, dung, and milk, have long provided shelter, warmth, and sustenance to their Bedouin keepers.
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