A Saudi man who became infected with and died of the new Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) virus contracted the disease from a camel in his own herd which was also sick, scientists said on Wednesday.
In a study which reinfor
The 40-odd men gathered in a sandy, dung-scattered auction pen at one of Saudi Arabia's largest camel markets were fiercely dismissive of a link scientists have found between the animals and an often fatal virus in humans.
People infected with a deadly virus that emerged in Saudi Arabia last year may have caught it from one-humped camels, used in the region for meat, milk, transport and racing.
In a study into what kind of animal
Bahrain has launched an art project featuring colourful camel statues across the country to help raise thousands of dinars for the fight against sickle cell anaemia.
Organisers hope to raise up to BD100,000 ($265, 200) from the sale, which
The Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) said it has launched a research project to study the physiological and pathological effects of fungal Ryegrass feed in camels funded and supported by Dahraa Agricultural Company.
The research p
In an unprecedented breakthrough in the GCC region, Dubai –based scientists have successfully produced the first identical twin camels using the embryo splitting technology.
Zahi and Baih, the two identical twins,