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Electric vehicles replace horses in Jordan's ancient city of Petra

Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Duration: 02:28s - Published
Electric vehicles replace horses in Jordan's ancient city of Petra

Electric vehicles replace horses in Jordan's ancient city of Petra

This ancient capital is looking to modern technology to improve animal welfare, increase accessibility and prevent the World Heritage Site from being damaged.


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