Near Extinct Baby Camel Born and is Cute as Shit

Rare Baby Camel Born in Budapest Zoo

(WebProNews): Critically endangered – possibly even extinct in the wild – the Bactrian camel is a rare species with two humps on its back and has served as a domestic pack animal since before 2500 BCE. But last Wednesday in the Budapest Zoo and Botanic Garden, a rare event occurred. A baby Bactrian camel was born. Baby Ilias was born to his 8-year old mother, Iris, whose maternal line has lived in the zoo for many generations. His father came from a zoo in Miskolc in north-eastern Hungary. Today, Ilias was presented to the media and given time to bond with his mother

I have two dogs, and they’re the best thing in my life. But if I can be honest the fact that I don’t have this Bactrian camel is KILLING me inside. This thing looks cuddly as fuck. I need this thing walking around my house. Seriously how have I gone this long without having this prehistoric camel taking shits in my backyard? I feel like a fucking idiot not having this late neolithic creature prantzing around. I could ride it to work sitting in between it’s two humps. Imagine the swarm of chicks someone would endure if caught riding a Bactrian camel. Take Gosling’s number and double it. Yeah, that many.

– Silky Mitts

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