Traditional Camel Veterinary Treatment Among the Bedouins of Sultanate of Oman: A Case of Recurrent Miscarriages

Ali Tigani ElMahi, Yussra Ali Tigani ElMahi

Abstract


In Oman, Bedouins have developed their own ways of providing medical care for their camels. This indigenous knowledge must have evolved sometime after the domestication of camels around 3000 BC. This paper documents a case of treating a female camel suffering from recurrent miscarriages in al Naffas at al Mudaibi area in the interior of Oman.

 


Keywords


Bedouins, Oman, camels, recurrent miscarriages, treatment.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jams.vol19iss0pp71-74

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