How To Get Your Camel To Understand You

Camel Training How To Get Your Camel To Understand You

What matters most…?

Your camel understanding you OR you understanding your camel…?

In this podcast episode we’ll be discussing just that.

We’ll discuss how you can better you camel handling & training skills through a medium of understanding on the human and camel level.

It’s funny to be a human because sometimes we don’t realise we are doing things that can cause much confusion for a camel, until, of course, we realise we’re doing it!

Learning about camels never stops and anyone who convinces you otherwise, you gotta second guess them.

 

We’re going to reveal to you our top tip for getting your camel to understand you better and to open yourself up to be received by the camel.

 

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PODCAST TRANSCRIPTION:

 

INTRO….

 

Russell: Well, G’day folks. How are we doing?

 

Tara: Very good. How are you?

 

Russell: All good. This is take two.

 

Tara: Oh my god. Last time, we had this problem, too. I don’t know what was going on.

 

Russell: Yeah.

 

Tara: I think we need an upgrade of equipment or something.

 

Russell: Something like that.

 

Tara: Yes. We need to be sponsored.

 

Russell: Yeah. Buy–

 

Tara: Any sponsors out there?

 

Russell: –a studio.

 

[laughter]

 

Tara: Or more to the point, buy something camel-related. Yeah. Anyway, we’ll be right. We’ve got this in the bag.

 

Russell: Okay. So, look. We’ve got a great topic for you today. It’s all about how to get your camel to understand you.

 

Tara: Yeah. Right because–

 

Russell: That’s the name of the game.

 

Tara: –that’s the name of the game.

 

Russell: Yeah. That is the name of the game.

 

Tara: This is going to be a good topic.

 

Russell: All right.

 

Tara: But just before we get into it, let’s just tell people about why– perhaps why we’re so excited. [laughs]

 

Russell: Well, we’re excited because this is take two and hopefully we’ll get it right. But mostly, mostly, okay, all of these is leading towards something really, really cool.

 

Tara: Special, actually.

 

Russell: Yeah. Really cool.

 

Tara: A world first!

 

Russell: Oh, here we go. I had another “world first”.

 

Tara: A world first, people [laughs]

 

Russell: Yeah. Definitely a world first. We will put that out there.

 

Tara: [laughs]

 

Russell: Yeah. Look. It’s all leading to the virtual camel school.

 

Tara: School that’s starting on the 25th of March, people!

 

Russell: Yeah. This is going to be cool as.

 

Tara: We are so excited for this. We’ve been wanting to do this for so many years, but only really now we found the time to weave it into our life and business. There’s going to be more of this in the future!

 

Tara: Camel School is starting this March so you’ll see a lot of promotion about virtual camel school all on our social media channels and email. Bear with that because this– if you’re a camel owner, a camel lover, or a wanna-be camel owner, this is going to change you and your camel’s life!

 

Russell: Absolutely. Look, honestly, I can’t say enough if you know someone else that’s got camels, if you’ve already got them, or you’re thinking about getting them, you need to do this. You need to tell them about it too.

 

Tara: Absolutely.

 

Russell: Because it’s a great headstart for your camel journey and that’s what we’re on about.

 

Tara: What is virtual camel school if you don’t know already? Which is likely you don’t because we haven’t really talked about it. [laughs]

 

Russell: No, we haven’t. Yeah.

 

Tara: Virtual camel school is a four-week camel training program. It’s done virtually so this is going to be fully online which means you can watch it anywhere, anytime, no matter where you are in the world. The way the program works is you get access to a pre-recorded online camel training course. Then, every week on a Monday or Sunday, depending on where you are in the world, we’re going to do a live camel training video in our camel training yards here at our farm.

 

Russell: You’ll be able to go ahead and ask questions right there on the spot.

 

Tara: We will troubleshoot. We will give the what ifs – for instance: if ‘this’ doesn’t work, what can you do? It’s going to be a complete expansion of the online camel training that we currently offer.

 

Russell: Absolutely.

 

Tara: So if you already have access to our online camel training course, this is absolutely free to you because you’ve already paid for the course and we’re just going to do this as part of it. If you’re not, we’re going to give more details at the end of this podcast on how you can join us  in the virtual camel school starting March 25th. This is so exciting, guys. This is going to be out of this world.

 

Russell: This changes the whole game.

 

Tara: This is the first time it’s being done.

 

Tara: We’re going to expand on this every year. This is going to be incredible so you can start improving your camel skills now – you can start camel training this month which is really exciting. A lot of people just get stuck in the “Oh, well. I don’t know where to start.” So this is it. If you have already started camel training and you want to expand on your knowledge, this is a perfect opportunity for that too because we guarantee that if you don’t learn something new, we’ll give your money back. How about that?

 

Russell: Oh wow. That’s pretty decent.

 

Tara: Yeah.

 

Russell: That’s good!  I mean, I’m that confident that you got to pick something up new

 

Tara: Absolutely.

 

Russell: That we can say quite confidently.

 

Tara: Absolutely.

 

Tara: Yeah. That is that. So shall we talk about today? — people can learn about the camel school later on.

 

TOPIC DISCUSSION

 

Russell: Sure. Okay. The topic is about How To Get Your Camel To Understand You.

 

Tara: Right.

 

Russell: All right. I do want to throw in…. It’s also about you understanding your camel.

 

Tara: Okay.

 

Russell: It’s a trick then know that it is actually a two-way street, all right? It’s not “I’m training a camel.” As if you got to turn on a key and drive off in a car.

 

Tara: Yeah. Camel’s don’t come with keys that’s for sure!

 

Russell: Okay? Camel’s aren’t like that, all right? They are a living creature, a spiritual being. They’re just caught in a different skin, that’s it. It is a two-way street, this understanding business of them understanding you and you understanding them and making compromises.

 

It’s just like the friendships that you make throughout life. You meet someone. You’re attracted to them for one reason or another. It could be friendship or love or sexually or whatever it might be, and you’re making compromises. Getting to understand their likes, their dislikes, their hobbies, their nature, their personalities, all of the above. They’re doing the same with you.

 

The relationship that you’re actually developing there with your camel, and I just think about it. That’s for 35 years approximately, I mean all being well.

 

Tara: That’s a long time.

 

Russell: Okay. It’s old. It was 35 odd years. All being well and you stick with it. You’re going to know your camel inside out and they’re going to know you.

 

Tara: It’s a beautiful relationship. I mean, we can testify that because of our older camels and even some of our younger ones since we’ve had them as little calves. It’s such a beautiful experience to be able to have that kind of relationship with an animal like they’re our friends. We talk to them like they’re our friends. If we’re on a long trek, we would just talk about the weather, and what they’re out to, and look at that nice bird over there, and whatever.

 

Russell: All sorts of things, yeah.

 

Tara: I think it really counts. How we feel about them really counts to how our training and handling comes across to them.

 

Russell: Yeah. Absolutely. The second point that I want to make about all this is that really what you’re doing– when you’re training a camel, You’ve got your first new camel or even a camel that someone sold to you and said, “Oh, yeah. It’s trained.” Well, you’re not of them. We’ve been through this ourselves. Sometimes, yes and sometimes the camel has been trained, other times hasn’t been the case, at all? What training is to one person or what a training camel– the result of a trained camel to one person is not necessarily the same to another.

 

Tara: That is so true. That’s true in the dog industry, in the horse industry, and all industries I believe.

 

Russell: Absolutely. Yeah. You can also– look, even just in the business world. You get a recommendation from someone that someone’s a good worker and all this little business. You go ahead and hire them and you discover differently.

 

Tara: Yeah.

 

Russell: It might be a personality thing, all right? It could easily be. It’s not necessarily how you envisioned it to be when you first start. Yeah. There’s a little word of caution there that someone says, “Here’s a trained camel. Here you go. You can buy this camel for X amount of dollars.” What we do in that case, we’ve done that in the past, what we’ve done is we have started with their training course from the very beginning with that camel. The reason is because, getting back to the title of what we’re talking about today is we want our camel to understand us and we want to understand the camel.

 

Tara: The camel. I’ve seen that definitely about these two, a couple of camels that we’re working on that we bought as “trained camels,” but they have some trust issues with humans or they’ve had some bad experiences with humans. How are you supposed to really know what a camel’s gone through prior to you having it?

 

Russell: Or, they’re spoiled because they have been poddy raised (bottle raised baby camels), so they have boundaries issues, not knowing where their boundaries are.

 

Tara: Yes.

 

Russell: Now, that is a big one.

 

Tara: Yeah. There’s no real way of knowing for sure unless you get them literally see them grow up from a little baby. There’s no real way of knowing for sure what that camel has been through. The safest thing you can do and this is exactly why we’re running a camel school because not everyone has a new camel, but everyone– no, not everyone– probably everyone listening here has a camel or wants to get into camels. That in itself is a really good reason to want to get to know your camel at a deeper level. You’re always going to be learning about your camel. It is not going to stop.

 

Russell: Oh, yeah. It never stops. No. It never stops. I think that really does lead to that second point which I was going to say and I sort of went sideways a bit there was that really what you need to do is to remove your ego, all right? We all got it. We’ve all got an ego. Remove our egos and to open ourselves up, our true self to be received by the camel.

 

Tara: You know what I learned about the word ego? As– What do they call that when it goes down and you make words out of the letters?

 

Russell: Ah, I don’t know. I forgot what they call that.

 

Tara: But you know what I’m talking about?

 

Russell: Yeah. I know what you’re talking about. Yeah.

 

Tara: Edging Out Goodness.

 

Russell: Huh. Very good.

 

Tara: If you’ve got an ego involved, you’re edging out the goodness on what’s possible with the camel or with this life in general too.

 

Russell: Right. Ego.

 

Tara: Yeah. I really loved that when I heard it. Other people say edging out God which God is goodness anyways so it’s the same-same, whatever you believe in. I’ve noticed that in the training yard with camels, say if my ego’s involved, I’m only edging out on the goodness that could be possible for me in that camel.

 

Russell: Yeah. Okay.

 

Tara: Yeah. Yeah. There’s a little bit of philosophy for the day. [laughs]

 

Russell: I was going to say that’s pretty good to me. Yeah. That just reminds me of the word team.

 

Tara: Oh, here we go. “There’s no I in team?”

 

Russell: Yeah. There is that, but also I got to say–

 

Tara: [laughs] So there is an “I” in team?

 

Russell: I got to say it at the end of it anyway so you just remind me, okay?

 

Tara: Okay. [laughs]

 

Russell: Remind me. Okay. But, yeah. Getting the camel to becoming a student, all right? Now, as you’re actually starting your training program with your camel, not any of you try to remove the ego, and you’re allowing the camel to come into your space. Now, that was a big thing at the very beginning if those people who have already done our training course. Understanding that we don’t encourage the contact at first. All right. Sure, you’ve got to go ahead and get a hold to the owner and all that sort of thing. But once that’s done, giving the camel all that space, we don’t encourage going into the camel’s space before time.

 

Tara: That point is so integral because I feel and I’ve seen it where people just want to go in and touch the animal and be in its space, but they’re not even at that level. This is a new fresh camel they don’t even know. Even hand feeding can be an issue too unless you’ve done that first few hours of probably what you’re about to go into now. Are you? [laughs]

 

Russell: Yeah. It’s a very gentle process, okay? You’ve got to be very aware of the camel’s behavior, to start with, the camel’s reactions, their eye–

 

Tara: I supposed it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been with the camel either.

It doesn’t matter how long that you’ve been with the camel or how domesticated they are and how well they know you. This is the foundation, this is where it starts.

 

Russell: For those that know our family, we’ve just sent our youngest son off to school.

 

Tara: Yehey.

 

Russell: All right. [laughs] Yehey. He was more than ready.

 

Tara: Hence, why you’ll probably hear a lot more podcast. [laughs]

 

Russell: He’s more than ready. [laughs] Exactly. As you take your child to the school, I mean, they’ve got a bit of anxiety occurring and they might be a bit excited, okay? But sort of not really knowing what to expect.

 

Tara: Yeah. What boundaries are expected of them, behaviors.

 

Russell: What boundaries are expected, boundaries, behaviors, some all the above. It’s the same with your camel, all right?

 

Tara: I see that and feel it. Yeah.

 

Russell: You hold the hand of your little boy or a girl, walking them to the school, introduce to the teacher. “Hi.” “Hi.” Then, you stay in the classroom for a little while, while they settle into a game or something and they start talking with some of the other kids.

 

Tara: A good point to know is some kids are really confident and the same with camels. Some are really shy, same with camels. Some will have a complete meltdown because they think their life is going to end because they’re separated from the rest of their herd or whatever. It’s so similar.

 

Russell: It is. That’s it. Slowly over a bit of a week or two or whatever, it becomes second nature.

 

Tara: They settle into it.

 

Russell: All right. It’s that old thing of the habits of 21, all right?

 

Tara: Yeah. 21 days. Yeah. Of being 21. [chuckles]

 

Russell: Well, 21 days or 21 repeats or whatever it might be.

 

Tara: Well, that’s exactly why we’re doing the camel school, the virtual camel school every 4 weeks because it gives you that chance to do the work in between our live training. You have a chance even when in between the times that we’re doing the lives in order to ask questions and troubleshooting things like that. We’ve got your back on this!

 

Russell: Oh, all the way. Yeah. So get your camel to become that student and just think about that student going to school for the first time, all right? As they slowly build up their confidence in that, then there might be a bit of resistance. Guess what? At school, our son brings to the office?

 

Tara: There about– I think it was 5 times in one week. [laughs]

 

Russell: [crosstalk] in the first week. He actually hadn’t had this sort of experience before so he wasn’t aware of–

 

Tara: The consequences.

 

Russell: –what was expected, the procedures required for being in a group of people like that and that sort of thing. But the consistency and the persistence with quiet, gentle persuasion is exactly what those teachers did with our son. That’s exactly what to do with your camel.

 

Tara: Yeah. That’s exactly what we teach in our courses.

 

Russell: All right. While we say the quiet, gentle persistence, okay? And being quiet. Now, I have seen it many times whether it be throughout Australia or overseas and one of the people handling their camels, you can see the camel’s reaction. Sort of there’s a fear level attached to it and all that where they start at a high level, all right? Right from the word go and they go, “[loudly] Hoosh. Hoosh. Hoosh. Hoosh!” indicating the camel to sit down. Well, I’m not so sure about that because I didn’t know camels were half-deaf.

 

Tara: [laughs] But, I mean, it’s fun– it’s–

 

Russell: That’s just my perception, okay?

 

Tara: Well, it’s funny to listen to it. It’s funny to be a human because sometimes we don’t realize we’re doing things like that until we realize we’re doing things like that.

 

Russell: Well, yeah.

 

Tara: [laughs]

 

Russell: Also, starting off for the quiet level, obviously, you’ve got somewhere to move if need be. If you feel and so you need to because of the resistance, but yes, starting off quietly. The camels have actually got incredibly sensitive–

 

Tara: Hearing. Yeah.

 

Russell: –hearing. It’s so acute. To have someone yelling at them right from the word, go, and all this noise and carry on, it’ll be a shock. It’ll be almost piercing to the ear. To be quiet and actually whispering.

 

Tara: Yeah.

 

Russell: Okay? It’s amazing–

 

Tara: This is what they call camel whispering!

 

Russell: It’s called camel whispering. It’s amazing how much the camel is all of a sudden curious about what it is that you’re saying when you whisper. You listen intently because they actually do want to do the right thing. The concentration is a lot higher in what you’re wanting to express when you whisper.

 

Tara: Because camels want connection. I mean, I think we’ve been through this in the previous podcast as well, but if you’re not familiar with our work, we know that the camel’s natural state of being is wanting to connect with their herd. They’re very curious creatures. They want to connect with humans. I’d say 99.9% of camels are very interested in humans. I haven’t really met a camel that’s not. I bet, I’m sure there’s 1% like anything has a 1%?

 

Russell: Well, what I can conclude there is at 99% of the time, those camels that are not interested in the connection with humans are the ones that actually have high levels of fear. They may also be at the middle or lower range within the herd. It sort of brings into the second to the last point that I wanted to make about today’s topic. That is that by whispering and that sort of stuff, what we’re really doing and our gentle movements and not hoop larrying and you’re yahooing, and all that sort of thing, and moving with purpose rather than speed. Nice and quiet is that we actually are starting to work with the camel’s natural curiosity.

 

Tara: Tendencies. And tendencies because they move slow.

 

Russell: Yeah. Exactly.

 

Tara: They’re really kind of aloof.

 

Russell: But definitely their natural curiosity is there

 

Tara: Yeah. Yeah.

 

Russell: Work with that. Use that to your advantage, all right? Not to allow them to overstep the mark. Obviously, the boundaries need to be kept. That’s really, really important, but certainly, their natural curiosity, you can work with that.

 

Tara: Absolutely. You can and you will get better and better reading that curiosity and their body language as time goes on. The more you handle them, the more that you deal with them and spend time with them.

 

Russell: Spot on. Which now comes into my last point, all right? This is so flowy. I’m just on a ride here. I’m on a flow here. [crosstalk]

 

Tara: The gods are speaking to him, people. The camel gods have spoken!

 

[laughter]

 

Russell: Okay. Yeah, then this is where their natural curiosity. Bringing it in of observing your camel’s reactions, and work with those positive behaviors. When they do the right thing, give them that “prize”. Just like you would with your own kids.

 

Tara: Yes. This is why I think our virtual camel school is so important to the community, to you guys listening. It’s because every camel has a different personality and you’ve got to work with that personality.

 

Russell: You’ve got to, first of all, find out what that personality is!

 

Tara: Yes. Even though we’ve got our pre-recordings of our online course which is great and people brag about how good it is, but we’re going to go into depth on how you can personally work with your camels. We’re going to be in the camel yard training our camels and we’ve got about 12. We’ve got a variety of different personalities and I would say–

 

Russell: And a variety of different levels.

 

Tara: Yeah, absolutely. We’ll be teaching you on how you can work with that. I mean, we’ve got the foundation in which we work off all that camel training, but then that foundation and what’s on top of that is looking at the camel’s personality at a whole. For instance, you’ve got the scared ones, you’ve got the nervous ones, you’ve got the ones that are coming with the armor on like, “Nobody can touch me. I’m a bit macho.” You’ve got all these personalities you can deal with. You got the real soft ones and the real everything.

 

Russell: The other thing that I’ve just thought about with this virtual school is that with the different levels of camels that we’ve got, we’ve got to deal with it. Right on the word go. If we do need to up the levels and something that is called up the levels, we do that on live. I mean, this is where you can ask questions and find out, “Okay. Why is it that you do this? Why is it that you do that? Do you feel as I that too little bit much?” All those sorts of thing. You can ask and challenge us.  whatever it might be. There’s always a reason why we do things with that.

 

Tara: It’s about you guys understanding the process. If you’re like the camel and you want to be that avid student and you want to listen and you want to learn and you want to absorb everything around you, asking questions is the way that to do it, I think. It’s just like anything when you’re dealing with the camels. The camel will sometimes resist and then, you’ve got to think to yourself, “Okay. Well, what do I do now?” You keep that on par.

 

Russell: Yeah. What needs to be understood if you do join up with this virtual school

 

Tara: Yes.

 

Russell: Oh, I highly recommend it. I mean, this is–

 

Tara: We’re going to do it ourselves. [laughs]

 

Russell: This is it. This is a world first and you all so be it on it. Yeah. Being step by step, okay? In-depth. In-depth of what we’re talking about and being able to understand too that this is a progressional course, okay? It is a step by step progressional course. Camels being camels. Like I said, they’re not merely cars. You don’t turn on the engine and off you go.

 

Tara: Yeah. This ain’t going to be a quick fix. I mean, you will certainly learn stuff, the foundational stuff, but it takes work.

 

Russell: Yeah. But you got also– yeah. Hang on. I just lost my train of thought there….

 

Tara: Toot toot. [laughs]

 

Russell: Yeah. There it is. There it is. That being a progressional step-by-step program, we might actually find working with some other camels, that we need to come back a few steps. You might be in the same position with your camel. I would actually guarantee that. I would guarantee that in your training ratio may be the next two–

 

Tara: Two steps forward, two steps back.

 

Russell: –three years, whatever it is that you working with your camel, that you’ll be taking steps back. If you don’t have a progressional step-by-step program put into place, where do you go to next?

Or forward or where do you go to backwards if you have to? But we’ve got that for you. That’s what we’re really on about is making it simple, making it so that it’s very understandable, and making it so that you and your camel develop a beautiful relationship. Not only the beautiful relationship, but it also works. That’s what it’s about.

 

Tara: We could easily travel the globe, training other people’s camels. That’s not what this is about. We’re about empowering yourself as a camel owner or those that want to own camels, that you can put all these skills on your belt. You might use a bit of what we use or in other training you work with or another technique that you’ve learned along the way. It doesn’t matter but what matters is you have the skill, that you have go-to’s and you have a whole pile of tools in your toolbox that you can use them when and if ever necessary.

 

Russell: Yeah.

 

Tara: Yeah. That’s where we’re going with it. I’m so excited. I just can’t wait!

 

Russell: Oh, yeah. Look. Just to actually be able to describe not only the step by step, since you know the how to’s, but also to assist the pathway, if you like, to truly understanding of who your camel is.

 

Tara: And ultimately, who you are!

 

Russell: Yeah. You got to look at yourself. [laughs]

 

Tara: That’s a big one, too. Yeah.

 

Russell: You do have to look at yourself.

 

Tara: If you’re not prepared to look in, like have a reflection of back to you on how you approach your camels sometimes, which can be scary, but it just makes you a better camel handler all in all. I mean, I’m not going to deny that truth at all. It really truly does. This is a very unique program. Yeah. I guarantee you will learn something new.

 

We’re going to leave you with that info there. Go and check it out. Go to camelconnection.com/camelschool and you’ll see all– how the program runs in three easy steps. You’ll see all the bonuses that we’re giving away with it. There’s not only going to be the virtual camel school but all the bonuses as well. It’s this fantastic value of money in my opinion. I mean, it would be the cheapest camel course you’ve ever done. [laughs]

 

Russell: Can I just say one thing a bit about how all this came about?

 

Tara: Yeah!

 

Russell: All right. Many years ago, I was doing camel safaris. I met Tara. She said, “What are your real dreams, goals, and ambitions in life?” I said what I know about the camel and how the camel thinks and the relationships that you can have. I want to be able to share that somehow with a whole bunch of people. Here it is finally around the world.

 

Tara: You’re feeling a bit sentimental about that. Yeah?

 

Russell: Oh, I am. I am.

 

Tara: That’s beautiful because I remember feeling that. When I asked you that question, I remember you feeling it. I felt what you feel. I’m like, “We’ve got to do this. People have to know about this.” At that point of time, most ironically, we were standing in the middle of the freaking desert where we didn’t have many [inaudible]. We didn’t have anything but that’s how this all started. Isn’t that just ironic? Here we are virtually speaking over a podcast and making this sort of thing available to you.

 

This is all about you. We’ve got this gift that we have to share. This is like our God-given abilities. If we don’t do it, basically I think I said in the last podcast, to the podcast before that we’d die with the music in us. We don’t want to do that. We don’t want to be one of those camel people, and I’m not thinking of anyone in particular, or be one of those people that just go, “I wish I’ve done that.” “I’ve wanted to do that.”

 

Russell: Oh, well, whether you be a camel person or a sila to actually get to your deathbed and [inaudible] “Geez. I wonder what that would’ve been like.”

 

Tara: Yeah. But I must admit though that there are always roadblocks. When we have a dream and a goal that we want to achieve, even something simple like training your camel, she comes up in life, suddenly something happens.

 

Russell: But if you’ve got a step-by-step program happening? You’re going to halt yourself on a particular stage and come back to it.

 

Tara: Absolutely. Yeah.

 

Russell: Knowing full well that you can go forward the next step or at the same point where you left to that or go backwards a bit because you need to bring a bit more reinforcement. That’s what this program’s about.

 

Tara: Because we understand that life happens. We’re going to be showing up every week but life does happen. You guys will have lifetime access to this.

 

Russell: Absolutely.

 

Tara: You can just tell how passionate we are about this. If you’ve been listening to our podcast for a while, now is the time to do virtual camel school because we’ve created this because of you. Have you got something to say before we sign off?

 

Russell: No. No. That was all that.

 

Tara: You just indicated you’re one of the pin.

 

Russell: I was looking for the toy camel.

 

Tara: Oh, yeah. It’s actually 29.22 minutes. [laughs]

 

Russell: There we go. Yeah. We got a run on 30 minutes. Put this toy camel on the middle of the desk and that was decided up. Wind up.

 

Tara: We’ve got a little prop. [laughs]

 

Russell: Wind up. That was it. This is a toy camel.

 

Tara: Yeah. Guys, go and check it out at camelconnection.com/camelschool. Do that now. You’re going to love it. We’ll catch you in the next episode.

 

Russell: All right, guys. Take it easy.

 

Tara: Happy cameleering!

 

Russell: See you then.

 

Tara & Russell: Bye.

 

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