We went to visit an exotic animal park several years ago. Unfortunately, it was a low budget operation that encouraged visitors to purchase packets of munchies that enticed the hungry critters to follow vehicles around hoping for a handout. I suspect that may have been a major portion of their diet. They accepted gifts of dead large animals, providing pick up if you called before the beast got cold.
Mother was delighted by the apparent “friendliness” of one particularly aggressive large camel who had taken a liking to her. He trotted along beside her as she tossed out the feeding pellets. After she ran out of pellets, he continued running along side the automobile trying to put his head in the window to nudge for more. Becoming concerned about the invasion, she pressed the button to raise the window. As the driver sped up, the camel trotted faster. Mother was impressed remarking, “Look at that stupid camel. He’s determined to keep up with this car!” The race continued along with Mother’s amusement. “He’s still coming. Just look how fast he’s moving!”
Indeed he was! Mother had trapped his upper lip in the closed car window! My brother-in-law stopped so she could lower her window, freeing her new friend. The camel dropped her from his social circle and loped off in the opposite direction, taking care not to stumble over his drooping upper lip.
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