Camels live in desert, where it is hot and dry. Camels have adaptations that help
them live in deserts. They have a thick ...
Camels. Camels are herbivores; they eat desert vegetation, such as grasses,
herbs, and leaves. How do camels adapt to their environment? Camels have
Camels are adapted to a desert habitat by their feet, hump, fur and eyelashes.
For instance, a camel's large, flat feet spreads out their weight so that they can ...
The following adaptations show that the camel is specially suited to live in the
desert. ... burn when it kneels on the hot desert sand, Adaptation: Long strong
Animals and plants are adapted to their environment. ... The polar bear is
adapted to life in a cold climate. In order to see ... single-humped camel in the
The only truly wild camels that still exist are Bactrian camels. These herds survive
in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia and China but number less than 1,000.
The camel is adapted to life in a hot climate. Camels live in deserts that are hot
and dry during the day, but cold at night. They are well adapted for survival in the
For one, their humps' contents are reservoirs of energy between feedings. A
camel's feet are also adapted to help it survive in rugged desert environments.
Camels rarely sweat, even in desert temperatures that reach 120°F (49°C), so
when they do take in fluids they can conserve them for long periods of time.
Oct 3, 2008 ... The body of a camel is so amazingly adapted to survival in the desert that it can
with stand even the harshest of desert climates. Their biggest ...