How Long Can a Camel Last without Water?

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A camel last without water for up to 2 weeks, these animals can withstand changes in body temperature and water consumption that would kill most other animal. They are also able to rehydrate faster than any other mammal, able to gulp down 113 litres of water in just 13 minutes.
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