16 Camels in St. Petersburg

Camels in St. Petersburg

Posted on September 12, 2008 by

wild camel in St. Petersburg 1

Is it another sign of global warming? People met wild camels on the roadside of one of the highways of around St. Petersburg – the Northern Russian city.

wild camel in St. Petersburg 2

wild camel in St. Petersburg 3

wild camel in St. Petersburg 4

via DickiyDick from leprosorium.ru

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16 Responses to “Camels in St. Petersburg”

  1. Supercorgi says:

    First? Those are rare bactrian camels too. The type from the Gobi desert and such, they’re optimized for bitter-cold and dry, not hot, so they should be fine here in St Petersburg

  2. Hannu says:

    Wow, a bactrian camel.

    Get that camel to safety. Quick, before it goes extinct ;)

  3. AndersonBMX says:


  4. Zafarad says:

    Ok in St petersburg??????tell me how many camels you saw in your entire life in wild in northern part of Russia??????don`t compare Gobi and totally different northern part of Russia.

  5. moltar says:

    It probably just ran away from the zoo. I’m sure that happens all the time.

    • 4estgraham says:

      Have you been to the zoo in St. Petersburge? If I was an animal I’d want to run away from that zoo too. That place has not seen an update since before WWII.

  6. Bogatyr says:

    Doesn’t seem that wild to me.

  7. Texas1 says:

    Camels ass is good for sex

  8. Man of Steel says:

    Kill em all before they explode in numbers. Look at Australia’ camel problem.

  9. w says:

    Russian eats camel like kazakh eats horse

  10. John from Kansas says:

    Kuznechik’s descendant?

  11. Steve! says:

    real mature

  12. Maaarten says:

    Camels like beer!

  13. Satan says:

    The third photo looks like my grandpa.

  14. fedor23 says:

    where did that camel come from, escape the zoo?

  15. Bean-O says:

    It’s letting the person approach it so I’m guessing it’s domesticated and escaped.

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