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The most prominent feature of the Eastern Desert in Egypt is its nearly uninterrupted chain of mountains running the length of the Red Sea coast.

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The Eastern Desert is inhabited by the Ma’aza and the Ababda Bedouin tribes.

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From southern Arabia to the northern regions of the Middle East, the camel is the desert dweller's primary source of transport, shade, milk, meat, wool and hides.

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Some of the oldest rock engravings  are scenes with Bovids, Giraffes, Elephants and Leopards. There are petroglyphs of men hunting  hippopotamus or crocodiles, animals living at the river Nile at the time.

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Since pharaonic times the Eastern Desert was famous for its trading routes and mining resources. Fortresses, wells, quarries, mining shafts and ancient settlements can still be found in this now deserted area.

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The modern domestic donkey was bred from the wild African ass in northeastern Africa during the predynastic period of Egypt about 6,000 years ago.

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The Arabian or Arab horse is a breed of horse that originated on the Arabian Peninsula. It has been domesticated by the Bedouin there,

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