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Eat A Camel

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Eat A Camel, Save Australia’ s Environment by Matthew McDermott, New York, NY on 12. 9.08 FOOD & HEALTH It may be at the Sydney Zoo at not the Outback where feral camel populations are a problem, but it’s a great camel photo nonetheless. Photo: Michelle First Australians were urged to start eating one of the country’s iconic animals, the kangaroo . Now Australian research institution Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre is telling people that they should also start eating camels to preserve the nation’s environment. The rationale is different than with kangaroos, however: Camel Populations Damaging Australian Deserts The argument in favor of tucking into a roo was that the methane emissions from kangaroos’ digestion are negligible compared to those of cows and sheep. With the camel–which with the largest wild herd of camels on the planet, more than 1 ,000 ,000 , Australia has in spades– the issue is that the population has gotten out of control and they are damaging desert ecosystems. This recommendation comes after a three year study by Desert Knowledge. “It’s a Bit Like Beef” One of the report’s authors, Prof. Murray McGregor told reporters that camel is a “ beautiful meat. It’s a bit like beef. It’s as lean as lean; it’s an excellent health food”. So, how did all those camels make it to Australia? After serving their duty as pack animals in the 19 th and early 20 th centuries, when rail and road travel became more widespread, they were released into the wild. via: AFP/Yahoo News

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  1. TenagaSurya said,

    SOURCE:
    Eat A Camel, Save Australia’ s Environment
    by Matthew McDermott, New York, NY on 12. 9.08

  2. TenagaSurya said,

    Eat your camels and ‘roos. There’s a good boy! SYDNEY (AFP) – Australians were urged Tuesday to eat camels to stop them wreaking environmental havoc, just months after being told to save the world from climate change by consuming kangaroos. A three-year study has found that Australia’s population of more than a million feral camels — the largest wild herd on earth — is out of control and damaging fragile desert ecosystems and water sources. The Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre, which produced the report, plans to serve camel meat at a barbecue for senior public servants in Canberra on Wednesday to press its point. Tastes like chicken. (^o^)

    • TenagaSurya said,

      PM Article not found or expired on Yahoo! News Showing related results for: http:/ /news.yahoo.com/news/story/ maple/en-US/afp/ 20081209 /od_afp.

  3. Red said,

    sudah pernah makan unta sob?

    http://annunaki.wordpress.com/2009/12/05/foto-foto-yang-mengubah-dunia-part-2/

  4. TenagaSurya said,

    Alhamdulillah, kami mendapat kesempatan ketika hajjì tahun 1426H yg lalu di Makkah.
    Ternyata, di sana, mencari daging unta tidak semudah mencari daging sapi.
    Mulai langka?


    • Mungkin warga Saudi sudah lebih tertarik memelihara BMW dibandingkan unta, Pak. hehe

  5. TenagaSurya said,

    Ketika itu, KBIH kami tidak mengadakan ziyaroh ke peternakan unta/ibil.
    Tetangga kami yg ber-hajji pada 1427H, dgn KBIH lain, sempat minum susu/laban unta/ibil di peternakan.


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