A camel is an even-toed ungulate within the genus Camelus, bearing distinctive
fatty deposits ... Camels do not directly store water in their humps as was once
commonly believed. ..... food of deser...
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
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 ...
In an environment where most of the creatures are very small, do to such limited
.... Most dromedary camels live in Africa's immense Sahara desert, where they ...
Camels do not have hooves. The foot of a camel is made up of a large leathery
pad, with two toes at the front, the bones of which are embedded in the foot.
How do camels adapt to their environment? Camels have many adaptations that
allow them to live successfully in desert conditions. Deserts are hot and dry.
Wild Bactrian camels in China and Mongolia; dromedary camels currently in
domestic situations only but were probably once native to North Africa and the ...
Well, not exactly, but a camel's humps do store fat, which the camel uses for
energy ... Question: What do camels eat? ... Question: How long do camels live?
This is why camels have four stomachs, to help them process food properly.
Because they live in the desert, where food might be scarce, they move