Camel at the Ass Ale Salt lake - Stock image

Africa, Dirt, Ethiopia, Salt - Mineral, Working

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Stock photo ID:175247978
Upload date:July 29, 2013

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'Camel at the Ass Ale salt lake In the Danakil Desert in Ethiopia. Afar people are cuting plates of salt out of the ground of Ass Ale salt lake. The salt is transported by the last salt caravans of the world in 5 - 6 days up to the Highlands of Northern Ethiopia, each man or family has around 100 or more camels for this transportation. This is the way of life for 2000 years in extreme heat. The Danakil desert is the hotest place on the Earth.'
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