Sahara Dromedaries

Marruecos está lleno de dromedarios, también llamados Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius) que son los que poseen una sola joroba, a diferencia de los comúnmente llamados camellos o Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus) que tienen dos jorobas y suelen ser más bajos y peludos.

Estos estaban al amanecer en el desierto del Sahara, en la zona de Erg Chigaga.

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About Dani Planas Labad

I´m a travel and documentary photographer based in Barcelona. On my journeys I always focus on local people, traditions, religions and other social aspects, as well as on landscapes and portraits. I have published in travel magazines and made several individual and collective exhibitions.
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2 Responses to Sahara Dromedaries

  1. Xavi says:

    Ei, Dani.
    M’encanten les teves fotos. Vull més, més…
    Una abraçada!!!

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