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Men coax a dromedary camel into a truck in Ashgabat's Tolkuchka Bazaar. The beasts sell for between $500 and $1000 and are prized in Turkmenistan for their wool, milk and meat, which is low in fat and thus often dry, but tastes a bit like beef.

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Men coax a dromedary camel into a truck in Ashgabat's Tolkuchka Bazaar. The beasts sell for between $500 and $1000 and are prized in Turkmenistan for their wool, milk and meat, which is low in fat and thus often dry, but tastes a bit like beef.