Livestock – sheep, goats and camels
- The Clouds Seeking Poeple
Most of the refugee families keep several sheep or goats in their own fences, apart from the residence area, in order to get animal protein. The animals go around during the day and come home at dusk. They are fed with kitchen refuse, rags and scrap of paper.
Camels are more demanding; therefore they are usually out to pasture in the freed zone of Western Sahara.
- Prowling around
- A boy carrying a kid back home
- Feeding the animals