Camels do not directly store water in their humps as was once commonly ..... a
meal in and of itself; a nomad can live on only camel milk for almost a month.
Jun 3, 2014 ... Though many people think that camels only live in hot climates, they do well in
temperature ranges from 20 degrees F (minus 29 degrees C) to ...
Arabian or dromedary camels, which have one hump, live in Northern Africa,
Southwestern Asia and Australia, while Bactrian camels, which have two humps,
Bactrian camels live not in shifting Sahara sands but in Central and East Asia's
rocky ... When camels do refill, however, they soak up water like a sponge. A very
Where do camels live? There are two types of camels in the world: the bactrian
and Arabian. The bactrian camel has two humps and is found in the deserts of ...
Camels do not store water in their humps. The hump is actually ... The hump itself
can be 30 inches tall and they can live to be 80 years old. Camels don't really ...
There are two types of camels in the world: the bactrian andArabian. The bactrian
camel has two humps and is found in thedeserts of eastern and.
The young camel and its mother live together for several years unless they are
forcibly kept apart. When a calf is ... But camels do not sweat much. Instead, their
Camels have been domestic animals for thousands of years. Arabian camels
may once have lived wild in Arabia, but none of them live in the wild today. There
The majority of these shy animals live in the Gashun Gobi (Lop Nur) desert in
China ... one-humped, dromedary camels have a small second hump that does