What Is a Baby Camel Called?

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Baby camels are mammals and are called calves. Despite what many people think, a camel's hump does not contain water. Their humps actually contain fat and they can go 3 to 4 days without any food or water.
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Calves.
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1. Draw two circles side by side and slightly overlapped. The circle on the left should be a third larger than the other circle. These will be the camel's humps. Place a picture or
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My cousin Ali Mustapha Bent Wan Kanobi of the Now Tribe Has 2 camels the male he called Getemupnow The female He called Getumshiftingnow The BABY camel he called Moveitlittleshitnow
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A young camel is called a calf, just like a young cow.
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A baby Camel is called a calf.
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The young one of a camel is called a calf. A camel gives birth after a gestation period of 13 months for both the Bactrian and dromedary species of camel. While ...
The name of a baby camel is calf. The calf and its mother live together for some years unless they are forcibly separated. The calf has the ability to run when ...
A young camel is normally referred to as a calf. A calf takes approximately 13 months in gestation and it usually stays by its parents' side for several years. ...
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