Camels die by heat wave and lack of water in South of Morocco

The continuing heat wave and the shortage of water has the lives of many camels in several southern regions in Morocco.

According to local sources were the deaths due to the high temperature, which exceeded 45 degrees Celsius in the southern cities, including the town of Es-Smara and Al-Mahabas, a suburb in the Assa-Zag province, located in the Guelmim-Oued Noun region.

A group of camel owners has moved their cattle to areas with lower temperatures where water is available to save the lives of their flock, reports Moroccoworldnews.

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