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Sheckawati Camel, Bagri

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Country: India

Home tract: These camels are bred in Siker and Jhunjhunu districts of Rajasthan and resemble Bikaneri breed.

Morphological characters

Body: Big frame but have lesser endurance than Bikaneri camels

Remarks: These animals are mostly used for agricultural operations, pack animals, cart pulling and occasionally for riding.


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