Where Do Camels Originate from?

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The ancestors of camels are believed to have lived 40 million years ago in North America. Afterwards, camels migrated through Eastern Europe into Asia, Middle East and North Africa. Camels are of two types; the one humped Arabian camels and the two humped Asian camels.
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