Egyptian scientists have found that a Camel's toe can actually be used as an aphrodisiac.
The discovery was made by three University undergraduates who had stolen their local University rivals football mascot. On getting the camel home they embarked upon, what official sources described as, "sexual exploration" from head to foot.
Once at the foot, the lads initially took pictures on their mobiles and uploaded them to the University campus website, facefoot.
But after a few more drinks, they started licking the toes - until one of them was unintentionally kicked in the head. It wasn't enough to stop the incredible sexual frenzy that took place in the eight hours after, however.
Scientists have confirmed that the camel toe is "perhaps one of the most powerful aphrodisiacs in the world". News has come as a relief to supporters of the White Rhino who's extinction was feared as their horns have long been used for sexual gratification.
Several sightings of three legged camels have been spotted in Cairo since the discovery, however.