How Are Camels Adapted to Living in the Desert?

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Winds blow sand all around, so a camel has long eyelashes to adapt to the desert and it also has nostrils that can open and close. A camel can go a week or more without water, and it can last for several months without food. For more information, visit: http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/adaptations/camels.htm
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they have thicker skin so the desert temperature changes do not affect them.
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I don't know about 10 but here's 3 to be going on with - Hump stores fat which camels can live on without need for water for 10-14 days. large feet which splay out on the soft ground
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Even the driest and most inhospitable desert is home to a wide range of animals, each with a series of adaptions that allow it to live in hot, dry conditions. These adaptions allow
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beside the hump(humps), they also have two rows of long eyelashes that prevent the sand from getting into their eyes, sealable nostrils,thick fur to keep them warm during the cold
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