More than a year ago, the Israeli Agriculture Ministry required that camels be tagged with an electronic identification chip implant. However, only about one-third of camels have received such chips. The ministry is pointing the blame at the Bedouin who raise camels in the Negev, claiming that they are not cooperating with the new regulations that requires the tagging of their animals.
Regavim has been successfully pushing for chipping camels, which all too often are responsible for fatal car crashes. In order to gain control of the situation, these chips are vital.
Read about it HERE at Haaretz.