|Camels having sex. One hump or two humps?|
Interestingly, the census also revealed there are 20 camels in Nairobi. What are these camels doing in Nairobi? My best guess is that there may be a few at Mamba Village or at Splash Waterworld; as well as some 'roaming' ones which can be hired for birthday and other parties.
|Camels can be used for multiple purposes|
Camels are also being used as solar-powered mobile health clinics, mobile libraries and mobile schools. In those parts of Kenya worst affected by persistent droughts, the next generation of pastoralists is growing up with a greater understanding of the camel's role. Efforts to introduce school children to camel-keeping are going well. With camels on the curriculum, and kept within the school grounds, pupils learn camel care and how best to hygienically collect, process and market the milk. And yes, nowadays you can even go on a camel safari.
|A textbook cameltoe|
Cameltoe is a slang term that refers to the outline of a human female's labia majora seen through tight clothes.
And last but not least, here's the presentation of the census results, including all the figures on camels:
Kenyan Population and Housing Census