Watch: Activists Bring Camels To Budapest Warning 'Hungary Could Become A Desert'

  • 19 Aug 2021 8:05 AM
Watch: Activists Bring Camels To Budapest Warning 'Hungary Could Become A Desert'
Hungarian environmentalists were seen bringing camels in the neighbourhood of the Hungarian parliament in Budapest on August 11, to protest against Hungary's lack of measures to conserve its water resources.

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Euronews

Photo for illustration purposes only: Budapest Zoo

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