The world's first cama, confusingly called Rama, finally has some friends to play with.
The hybrid animal, the result of an artificially inseminated affair between a llama and a camel, has been the only creature of this kind since her birth in 1995. Now there are three more camas roaming the Arabian desert.
Camas are humpless with the long fluffy coat of a llama but they have the stronger, desert-ready legs of a camel.
Take a trip to the funny farm and take a look at these other crazy cross-breeds that have emerged, by accident or design, when parents of different species decide to get together.
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