How Are Camels Adapted to Living in the Desert?


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:
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they have thicker skin so the desert temperature changes do not affect them
has reserves of fat in the hump, has long eyelashes, has a water storage bag, her feet were resistant to heat sand desert.
Many desert animals are nocturnal and come out to forage only at night, or are crepuscular and feed at dawn and dusk. During the heat of the day, they stay out of the heat in burrows
Contrary to popular belief, camels do not store water in their humps. The humps are a storage for body fat that helps minimize heat insulation so that they can adapt to the arid desert
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