Camels Feet?

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Camels have big padded feet to prevent them from sinking in the sand. A camel's long, thin legs are made of powerful muscles which enables them to carry heavy loads for a long distance. The camel moves both feet on one side of its body, then both feet on the other when walking.
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camels have big feet so that they trek through loose sand and because they are such big animals that they need support and big feeet is helpful.
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A camel spider can be as large as 6 inches across. Camel spiders are not spiders at all, but rather solpugids. There are around 900 species known to date.
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To distribute their weight and to be able to walk on sand.
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