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I heard that it is illegal to hunt camels in Arizona. Are there any camels there? Why can't people do that?

Please advise.

LCChang
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All of your sentences are grammatically correct.
On this forum you are not likely to get a very good answer to a legal question.

CJ
Ooops! Have I done anything wrong? No offense, but I just think it is an interesting law.

LCChang
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Lcchang
I heard that it is illegal to hunt camels in Arizona. Are there any camels there? Why can't people do that?

Please advise.

LCChang

The Arizona forests have some wild animals, but not camels. Rarely, one can see camels in Fairgrounds stadium, Phoenix, especially in circus performances.Emotion: smile
There are many really strange laws that exist (and usually aren't enforced) in the United States. Check it out: http://www.dumblaws.com /
Lcchang Are there any camels there?

You have to look real hard for them:
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The army imported some camels before the Civil War. It was an experimental program to move freight and men in the desert. A few of the camels got loose but I'm sure they are all dead by now. Here is a link to an article with more about it: http://www.saudiaramcoworld.com/issue/200203/camels.west.htm
Thanks!! I think this is what I need.

LCChang
"The US Army once experimented with camels in the Arizona desert, and eventually gave up. The remaining camels were set free, and are now protected."
http://www.dumblaws.com/law/25
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