Ibrahim Al-Muhaileb is hosting a camp for other camel breeders in the desert.
There's a camel breeder in Saudi Arabia who owns a herd of camels so rare they are worth an estimated $40 million.
Camels in Saudi Arabia can be just as expensive as thoroughbred horses. They serve as a means of transportation, as friends and even as food.
Ibrahim Al-Muhaileb is hosting a camp for other camel breeders in the desert. This year he received the first prize for the most beautiful camels in the country. He says he loves camels, not just to buy and sell, he just loves them and they're worth every penny
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