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Pushkar Camel Fair, Animals Leaving
India
3 days before the end of the Pushkar Camel Fair thousand of animals will be leaving. Thousands of camels and other animals will heading out in all directions on the streets and many more will be trucked out as you can see in this photo.
Copyright: Roger Berry
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