How Do Camels Adapt to the Desert?


A camel can adapt to a desert in several ways. For instance, a camel can go a week or more without water and can stay for many months without food as well. A camel stores fat in the hump, which is metabolised to energy when there is scarcity of food. In addition, their ears have hairs, which prevent dust from damaging the internal ear organs, and their feet are wide to make it easier for them to walk comfortably on sand. In addition, camels can withstand various temperature fluctuations, which range from normal warm temperatures of 20°C to extreme heat between 34°C to 41.7°C.
Q&A Related to "How Do Camels Adapt to the Desert?"
Nostrils that can be closed, two rows of eyelashes, long and strong legs, thick fur, there a few I could name.
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
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
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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