Camels are the herbivorous humped mammals of genus Camelus. There are only 2 species of camels, the dromedary camel is native to North Africa and the Middle East, and the Bactrian camel is native to eastern Asia.
Camels protect themselves from predators by regurgitating their stomach
contents mixed with saliva in a projectile fashion. This practice is commonly
referred to ...
Camels are able to survive in the desert because their humps store fat that can
provide energy for up to ... How do camels protect themselves from predators? Q:
Jul 25, 2013 ... They have thick eyelashes that help shield the sun and protect their eyes. The
dromedary camel also has thick, leathery lips that help them eat ...
But if the predator is close to the the camel, the camel will kick and bite them. the
have clear ... Camels are well built to protect themselves from sand storms.
The items that protect camel's eyes when sand is blowing are a third eyelid and
long and thick layers of eyelashes. These unique eye structures are thick ...
They have really hard kicks and could kill their enemy from just one kick with the
back legs.If there is a smaller animal they could grab them with their mouth and ...
Answer (1 of 2): Camels are well built to protect themselves from sand storms.
They have very wide, flat feet that expand as they put weight on them. This wide ...
The Bactrian Camel (Camelus bactrianus) is a large even-toed ungulate native to
... Bactrain Camels are supremely adapted to protect themselves against the ...
Camels have a third eyelid which is long and thick and protects their eyes when
the sand is blowing. These are thick enough to keep the camel's' eyes safe from ...