Why is camel ownership restricted under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act? Most camel breeds are no more wild than domestic cattle, and far less dangerous than most bulls, yet this largely placid breed is among lions, tigers and crocodiles.  Even if you can get a lical authority permit to own a dromedary or bactrian, councils will impose a raft of requirements which will generally preclude you taking it anywhere. It's absurd.

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Camels are chiefly domestic animals which can be ridden and can be milked. They do not belong in the category of dangerous wild animals.

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