The world’s largest camel rental transaction was concluded in Saudi Arabia, with a 48-hour rental arrangement worth 20 million Saudi riyals (equivalent to more than 5 million and 300,000 dollars).
Fahd bin Falah bin Hathleen, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Camel Club in Saudi Arabia, detailed his session to close the sale on Twitter.
He also added a comment to the video, saying: “With the completion of the renovator Abdullah bin Odeh’s largest leasing transaction for some of his singles for only 48 hours, today is a historic day in the world of camels. Abdullah Al-Dabbous, the deal engineer, for a sum of 20 million riyals “,
The Saudi government has previously barred more than 40 camels from taking part in the sixth King Abdulaziz Camel Festival.
All camels that had been tampered with in any way were disqualified since some owners “improved the general appearance” of their camels “to win the award.”
Authorities revealed last year that dozens of camel breeders stretched the animals’ lips and noses, used hormones to strengthen their muscles, injected Botox to enlarge their heads and lips, and utilized fillers to lubricate their faces. Twelve participants were disqualified in 2018 due to their camels’ owners using Botox.