Archaeologists located a piece of artwork that depicts hybrid camels in Hatra, Iraq

Updated: Feb 2


Archaeologists have located a piece of artwork that depicts hybrid camels in Hatra, Iraq.


The discovery was made while restoring a temple damaged by ISIS.


On the stone artwork, there are 10 camels that looked different from the rest.


The camels are a cross between two distinct camel breeds that made them stronger and more resilient than their counterparts.


The Temple of Al-Lat dates back to 123–164 A.D.