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Seymour & Hau: Morocco

Salam! Seymour & Hau are leaping into a hot and sandy adventure - this time in Marrakech, MOROCCO!

Seymour & Hau: Morocco

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There are camel bandits on the loose and surprises around every corner! Join Seymour & Hau as they sneak and smash their way through the markets of Marrakech, Morocco. Will they find the camels in time, or will Hau’s mischief get them into more trouble?

Map of North West Africa

A little more info about Morocco & Marrakech:

Full name of Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco

Location

Continent of Africa

Flag

This is what the Moroccan flag looks like.
Moroccan Flag

Official Language

Arabic, but a lot of languages are spoken including: Berber, French & Spanish
This is what Arabic writing looks like.


This says - As-salamu alaykum, which means: “peace be upon you”, a common greeting in Morocco.

Here are some Arabic phrases:
Hi ––– Salam 
Good Morning ––– sabah al-hayri
What is your name? ––– ma ismok?
How are you? ––– kayfa haluk?
Nice to meet you ––– tasharrafna
Goodbye ––– ma’assalama

Currency

The money is called Dirhams.

Animals

There are 2 kinds of camels in the world, Dromedary Camels and Bactrian Camels.

 

 

Dromedary camels have 1 hump and bactrian camels have 2 humps. You will only find dromedary camels in Morocco.

The dromedary camel, also known as the Arabian camel, exists today only as a domesticated animal. About 90 percent of the world’s camels are dromedaries. Domesticated = tame and kept as a pet or on a farm.

  • Camels have a reputation for spitting but they don’t actually spit, it would be a waste of water. They are actually throwing up
    on you. GROSS!!
  • A camel’s poop is so dry you can set it on fire. Don’t try that at home.
  • Baby camels are born without a hump. They won’t get one until they start eating solid food.
  • Camels can close their nostrils to keep sand out of their noses. Kind of like nose doors.
  • Camels can go a week or more without water, and they can last for way longer without food.