Changing weather: Camels dying from ‘respiratory’ disease (DM-3)
MULTAN: More than a dozen camels are reported to have died in Rojhan, Rajanpur, over the last one week.
Camel owners say the camels have been dying from a disease that they say has yet to be diagnosed. The camels die within four to five hours after saliva and mucus start flowing from their noses and mouths. The deaths have cost camel owners and breeders million of rupees.
Camel owners Miraaj Mazari, Dildar Hussain and Muhammad Hussain, who have lost camels to the mystery disease over the last week, said they bred camels that belonged to rare and expensive specie. They said the camels were exported to Arab countries.
Dr Sohail Ahmad Khan, a Livestock Department assistant investigation officer looking into the matter, said the camels had been suffering from a respiratory disease which, he speculated, could have been a caused due to the changing weather.
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