Camel Racing In Slow Motion Feat. Epic Fall | Slo Mo from Earth Unplugged
The 'ships of the desert' live up to their name this week, and Sam gets decidedly seasick! Using an extreme tracking vehicle 'the VampyreBATT', the boys strap in to capture the weird running action of a Bactrian camel. Sam gets a little too close to the weirdest gait in nature! Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub
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""Joseph's Amazing Camels"" are specialist racing camels used for events and filming, so were quite used to specialist equipment like the VampyreBATT. They were always filmed from a safe distance, and we're happy to report that Kazak and Sam had a good de-brief afterwards and both are very well. Find out more about the camels on their website at www.jacamels.co.uk .
Duncan Barbour is an expert all-terrain driver. Please don't try this at home!
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