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Camels Show Off Their Dancing Skills At Camel Festival In India—And We're Impressed

Are you ready for camel dancing? Is being ready for camel dancing even possible?

We already know that camels are basically the world's coolest animal, what with the ability to thrive in environments that kill most creatures on earth. They can go up to 40 miles an hour in a sprint and also a camel call is basically what Chewbacca sounds like. Camels rule. But they can also cut a rug with the best of them, as evidenced at the Bikaner International Festival in Rajasthan, India. 

COME ON. This jumbo desert elbowhorse can get it. The Bikaner Festival is a huge two-day event celebrating all things camel, like your fancy camel bedazzling:

Inscrutable camel fur cultivation that would make any Brooklyner or Silverlaker trembly with envy:

Camel husbandry complete with itty-bitty camels:

And a rad camel parade that would bring a smile to the face of any child familiar with Aladdin - or any person already aware of camel radness.

Some of the locals also engage in facial hair competition, which would again be familiar to the hipsters of Brooklyn and Silverlake.

Reason enough to head to India when the Bikaner festival rolls around next year.

H/T: Twitter