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Nose-pegs, hobbles and bells

Trains of as many as 70 camels were linked together by light twine or rope, tied from the tail of a camel to the nose-peg of the camel following. The cameleer walked ahead, holding the nose-line of the leading camel. Applying slight pressure to the nose-line, he could easily direct the movement of the entire train. Bejah Dervish stressed the importance of this control: ‘Always have your camel in your hand’.

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