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Several adaptations help a camel live in a desert . Their large feet spreads their weight on the sand when they are walking. When there is food and water, ...

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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 ...

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Camels are able to survive in the desert because their humps store fat that can provide energy for up to several weeks. Camels can survive without water for ...

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Besides the heavy eyelids and lashes and the slit nostrils that protect it against desert winds, a camel's body exhibits many special adaptations to life in hot, dry ...

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Camels. Camels are herbivores; they eat desert vegetation, such as grasses, herbs, and leaves. How do camels adapt to their environment? Camels have many ...

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Jun 3, 2014 ... They can carry about 500 pounds on their backs, earning these beasts of burden a nickname, "ships of the desert." Domestic camels are often ...

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Aug 8, 2015 ... While a human can typically survive only for days without water, for camels the timespan is measured in terms of months, at least in winter.

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Adaptations are not developed in the course of an organism's life. The following adaptations show that the camel is specially suited to live in the desert.

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Sep 2, 2001 ... In order for camels to survive in the desert, they must have ways of coping ... Unlike humans, camels' bodies can withstand large differences in ...

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Wide feet help it walk over soft sand without sinking. Despite popular belief, camels do not store water in their humps. The humps are used to store fat, which is ...