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"Historic" deal to hire camels in Saudi Arabia ... 20 million riyals for 48 hours (video)

“Historic” deal to hire camels in Saudi Arabia … 20 million riyals for 48 hours (video)

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia saw the end of the largest deal in the world of camels, with the termination of a 48-hour lease for 20 million Saudi riyals (equivalent to between 5 million and $ 300,000).

Fahd bin Falah bin Hathleen, chairman of the camel association’s board in Saudi Arabia, documented the deal ‘s closing session on Twitter. The biggest rental deal is only 48 hours for some of its solo songs. 20 million riyals, from contract engineer Abdullah al-Dabous.

The “Sabq” newspaper quoted Headlin as saying: “If we were going to keep camels as children, they would not have an economic list.

Earlier, Saudi officials banned more than 40 camels from attending the Sixth King Abdulaziz Camel Festival, and this year dozens of breeders were found to have used hormones to stretch the camels’ lips and nose, and to inject camels. To enlarge the heads and lips with Botox, they used fillers to lubricate the face. In 2018, 12 competitors were disqualified because their owners had used Botox on camels.


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