It is not a plagiarist (oops, maybe I am a plagiarist by using ideas from Euridil's original camel code and from Len's clever use of clear).
If you look closely, however, you will notice that this post is different from the usenet one (a bug-free version of which can be found in Acme::EyeDrops documentation). The usenet post can generate many different camels, based on command-line switches. This one takes no command-line arguments, just tries to show a camel somersaulting across the screen. I just realised the second frame should show the camel jumping up in the air a bit, so I will try to fix that, so stay tuned for a "camel series". :) I can't fix it easily because I have run out of characters, need to do some golfing on it first.
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