Production info

Egyptian Camel Adventure
USA, 2008  TV  

TV-series Go, Diego, Go!

Diego is in Egypt where he joins his friend Medina and Jamal the Camel on a trip to the pyramids. The camels are very thirsty, as there is no water in the desert, so they need to find the Golden Cloud, which, according to legend, can make it rain at any time. It is supposed to be found inside a pyramid.

Episode 14 of the third season "Go Diego Go!". This is a spin-off of "Dora the Explorer" and is likewise an animated series for preschool-aged children. It features a little 8-year-old boy called Diego who helps animals in danger. The plot of each episode is mainly constructed to set up opportunities for learning about the animals involved and their environments, like the camels in Egypt in this one.

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