Scientists show that camels can get ‘woman’s toe’
Hump News: ‘Camel toe’ – that rather unflattering expression to denote the natural curvature of the labia when yanked tight by modern fabrics, has long since passed into common parlance. Now scientists from the Zoological Institute, Great Yarmouth, have now found that, in some female camels, it’s a case of vice-versa.
Cindy, a camel at the Great Yarmouth petting zoo, has a vagina that bears a striking resemblance to a woman’s toes – and it’s not just Cindy, but her biological mother as well – also a long-term resident at the zoo.
“It does appear that some female camels do have this vaginal shape,” says Professor Susan Hillock.
“Perhaps they too are looked down upon and sniggered at by the rest of the camel world, as I was in my gymnast days. I guess we’ll never know for sure, but that’s the reason I got into zoology – the mystery. That and the arousing smell of dung.”
While photos of Cindy’s vagina have become an instant internet hit, camel owners around the globe are saying ‘we knew this for years’.”
“I have spent a long time in the desert with my camel Samantha,” says international spices trader Ahmed Al-Buziz.
“These foot markings are a warning. If you get lonely in the desert and you try to put your thing in her, she going to kick you in the coconuts.”