Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Video of a herd of camels that has impressed many people has recently spread online, as it was shot in Saudi Arabia.
In early November, photographer Abdul Rahman Ibrahim Saleh Al Ali documented a unique scene in the Al-Bada area, west of Hail, showing a herd of black camels, or mogahim, running over a white sheet formed as a result of a fall hail pellets.
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In an interview with CNN in Arabic, Al Ali, who is interested in weather monitoring and documenting the nature of the Kingdom, said: “Through weather monitoring, I realized the expectations of heavy rain in the region. I went west of the Hail region, and indeed there was rain and hail sizes. “
The video received widespread coverage from the local media, and some other platforms around the world as well.The video received widespread coverage from the local media, and some other platforms around the world as well.
Camels appeared in front of the photographer at random.
The 30-year-old photographer added, “When I documented, black camels appeared after the hail, so I captured this amazing scene that reflects the color of the sky, in addition to black camels with the cold. “
The photographer believes that it was the presence of black camels on a white blanket of cold particles that surprised viewers.
Camels differ in color and name, and among the most famous types of camels are the mogahim, known as Najdi camels. They are notable for their black color, large size, and abundance of milk production, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) website.