It’s hump time for Davie camel wrangler and his critters

 

They’re tall and leggy, and turn heads wherever they strike a pose. But these top models — in demand for TV shows, movies, fashion shoots and high-end parties — don’t hang out at the hottest clubs in South Florida in their down time.

They prefer to preen along their grassy fence line in Davie and watch the commuters whiz by.

December is hump time for this crew of five camels, especially for holiday pageants and services. From late November to last Sunday, three of them, regaled in silver and purple robes, sauntered in single-line formation down the aisles of First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale for its annual Christmas pageant.

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