No, 'INT21,' I didn't receive the same 'Live Science' privacy message either - at least not on this occasion... however, I have had the same privacy notice terms on other such sites, and I usually hunt for the elusive 'I do not except' "click link button" term when it's available. Many are not so good at giving the option however!
Ms Evans, a San Diego resident, later had a procedure to remove the ring but said she was asked to sign release forms in case of her death.
"Then I cried a lot because I would be so mad if I died," she said.
Update ... The woman was arguably provoking the camel by throwing her doggie's treats into its enclosure. Also, the authorities have responded wisely in attending to the camel's own medical risks from the incident ...
Truck stop camel prescribed antibiotics after woman bites it
A veterinarian has prescribed antibiotics to a camel owned by a Louisiana truck stop petting zoo after a woman bit the 600-pound (272-kilogram) animal to free herself from under its weight.
Iberville Parish Sheriff’s Office documents obtained by The Advocate on Monday accuse Florida couple Gloria and Edmond Lancaster of throwing treats for their unleashed dog into Caspar the camel’s enclosure at Tiger Truck Stop. The couple told deputies the camel attacked the dog, but the sheriff’s office said the couple had provoked the animal before it sat on Gloria Lancaster. She’d crawled under barbed wire to retrieve her pet.
Gloria Lancaster told officers she had to bite the camel to free herself.
Truck stop manager Pamela Bossier said a veterinarian prescribed Caspar antibiotics as a precaution.