Citizens of Bomet town have been this morning left guessing and staring at two camels in the streets of the town.
It seemed to be a miracle literally so to say since most of them have never seen such a creature.
Most of them kept on looking at them keenly. Some were even trying to touch them and even trying to feed them.
How they found themselves there is not known. However, they didn't brought themselves.
The two gentlemen who were alleged to have brought them there, resurfaced after a few hours.
They mounted on them with ease as they drove them away majestically as seen in the clip below.
A camel is an even toed ungulate in the genus Camelus that bears distinctive fatty deposits known as "humps" on it's back.
Camels are domesticated and, as livestock, they provide food and textile. They are also used as a means of transportation in Arid and Semi Arid areas.
In Kenya, they are mostly used by North Eastern dwellers.
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