(NCS) — Officials in northern China have inaugurated what they are saying is the world’s first traffic signal for camels.

The signal got here into operation on Sunday in an space standard with vacationers close to Dunhuang City, Gansu province, Chinese state media outlet ECNS reported Monday.

The camel signal went into operation on Sunday.

The camel signal went into operation on Sunday.

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Camel-riding excursions are a giant attraction for guests to the realm, in keeping with ECNS.

But guests to the Mingsha Mountain and Crescent Spring will now be secure from camel collisions, because of the brand new traffic signal, which turns inexperienced to let the animals cross and pink to make them cease.

Mingsha Mountain is also referred to as Singing Sands Mountain due to the noises the sand makes when walked on.

Dunhuang City sits in an oasis in the Gansu-Xinjiang desert area, and was the primary Chinese-administered settlement reached by vacationers heading east on the traditional Silk Road.

In latest years, tourism to the realm has grown, because of the Mingsha Mountain, the Mogao Caves temple advanced, and the Yumen and Yangguan passes, that are the westernmost gates of the Great Wall.


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