The rare Indian swimming camels under threat – BBC News

The Kharai really are a rare variety of camel based in the salt marshes of Kutch district within the western condition of Gujarat, India.

They go swimming as much as three kilometres within the shallow seas to achieve their grazing land – the region’s mangroves. However local herdsmen say it’s taking longer and becoming harder to locate mangroves where camels can graze.

They’re saying salt information mill blocking tidal waters and gradually drying out the mangroves. This really is endangering the lives from the camels in addition to their future.

Reporting by BBC Gujarati’s Prashant Gupta, created by Deepak Sharma and edited by Gaurav Rajpoot.

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