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Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Knights, May 1, 2010.
and... you should have seen who shot the camel!!!!!!!!
Just thought I'd throw this out there for some of the older comments. I'm not sure about these types of camels, but in South America they eat Alpaca which is a camel. I talked to a girl that traveled to South America and had eaten Alpaca while there, and she said it was good.
X2 I seen who shot the camel !!!!!!
What happens to the guy riding the camel. If he has a Rocket Propelleg Grenade Launcher can you take him as a bonus?
Sorry ... but Alpaca are more along the lines of Llama ... not Camel.
The Bedouins of Arabia not only use Camels for transport, but also for their milk, meat, and hide. So yes, they are consumed. This one was shot in a culling hunt.
Camels were introduced into Australia as a means of animal transport/beast of burden for the military. Some were turned loose with the assumption they would just die off. Pretty stupid, really, considering they thrive in desert conditions!
The United States Calvary also brought them in for military use. Same result. I don't know if there are any more left in the wilds, but it happend here as well.
Agreed! Last nights show was sweet! I like the show ... what can I say! ;D
last nights was hilarious it really showed what goes on in a shop .I bleached a walrus skull and it popped like crazy scared the crap out of me.
Nice form! Glad I am not the only one who pours foam in such a "high tech" way. LOL! That foam must have took forever to clean up.
Yep, I had an old timer out here where I am say there used to be a Camel Depot somewhere between Notrees and Kermit Texas
Not saying this in a crude way or to be disrespectful but, Tina I think is better looking then she was.
Great show Russell
My bad, John is right.
Camels - Genus Camelus
Includes the Bactrian Camel - Species Camelus bactrianus and the Dromedary Camel - Species Camelus dromedarius
Alpacas and Llamas - Genus Lama
Includes the Llama - Species Lama glama, the Guanaco - Species Lama guanicoe and the Alpaca - Species Lama pacos
Vicugna - Genus Vicugna Species Vicugna vicugna Includes the Vicugna
All of the above belong to the following:
John Bellucci, would you like to explain to all these fine scientists what FAMILY they all belong to? Hint, it begins with Camel.
University of Michigan Museum of Zoology
Animal Diversity Web
thats cool you are offering them for sale. as i was watching the show i was like man they should patent that sucker and sell it. wise choice !!!
PS. awesome show man. I really enjoy it.
Might be harder than it looks. How many can say they've gone camel hunting or have one mounted.
Awesome job Knights. Look forward to next weeks show.........Jeff
I just watched it today taped it from last night here in PA awesome good job thanks john
we actually purchased one of his forms and mounted it earlier this year.fit like a glove!!mounted up great.real time saver!
I can't say I have hunted camels, But while in Afghanistan, a few got in the line of fire at times.. and unfortunatly lost their lives.. ;D
LMAO! I don't suppose you saw Miss Teen Alaska while over there like the show had? Don't think Miss Teen Afghanistan would be the same thing......
Didnt see her over their, but did see 3 hot afghan girls taking a bath in a creek.. we rounded the corner at about 15 yards.. they saw us and about craped.. they screamed and hauled ass for the villiage with clothes in hand.. From what I remember they had nice behinds.. saw Zero camels that day..
Does not make them a Camel! Neither does the family name of the Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) ... it is neither a Camel nor a Leopard, but there you have it. It is simply a descriptive classification ... it does not make them blood relatives.
Sorry John, Your wrong on this one. Camels, Llama, Alpaca, Vicuna, Guanaco all belong to the family Camelidae. They are all camel-like animals.