Camels are large hoofed animal and one can find them in hot climatic conditions. They are mostly found in regions of middle-east but can also be seen in different parts of world. There are very less camels in wild regions as mostly are in domestic use by humans especially in the desert regions.
They are herbivorous animals who like to eat plants. They have the best ability to store energy from foods and water as fat in hump. They can survive for almost ten months without water.
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A camel is either of the two species of large even-toed ungulate in the genus Camelus..
Camels of Arabia
Way back for as far as you can remember camels have been held throughout Arabia with higher reputation than any other creature..
Dromedary camels have a single hump composed of fat, which stores food for times of need and lips that are thickened to allow consumption of thorny plants
The most distinctive feature of the bactrian camel is its two humps. These humps, contrary to popular belief..
Camelus bactrianus - Bactrian Camel
The most noticeable feature of C. bactrianus is its two humps. At the hump, its average height is 213 cm or 7 feet.
The most widely known of the two species is probably the one-humped camel, or dromedary, which is today known only as a domestic animal..
Video clip of camels walking along the nile river in Egypt.
The wild two-humped Bactrian camel, camelus bactrianus ferus, is indigenous to Mongolia. It was domesticated at least three thousand years ago.
Africa: Dromedary Camel
Information, pictures and a movie about the Dromedary Camel.
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Camels have lived in some of the most desolate corners of our planet, and not only do they live, they thrive. Most large animals are unable to survive in these kinds of desolate places..
Lots of information about the Bactrian Camel.
The Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus) is a large even-toed ungulate native to the steppes of eastern Asia..
When many people all over the world think of Egypt, they think of the Pyramids with a graceful caravan of camels passing by them