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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.
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Camel - Wikipedia

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A camel is an even-toed ungulate within the genus Camelus, bearing distinctive fatty deposits ...... Big Site of Amazing Facts. Retrieved 29 November 2012.

Amazing Facts about the Camel - OneKind

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Baby camels are born without humps. They are however able to run within hours of birth. They call to their mothers with a lamb-like “baa” sound. Mother and ...

Camel Facts - SoftSchools

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Camels are unique-looking creatures that are easily recognized because of their humps. They live in the desert areas of Africa and Asia. There are 2 types of ...

30 Most Incredible Facts About Camels | The Fact Site

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Thousands of people list riding a camel as one of their life goals, but how many of us actually know interesting facts about these amazing creatures?

Camels: Facts, Types & Pictures - Live Science

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Jun 3, 2014 ... Camels are mammals with long legs, a big-lipped snout and a humped back. There are two types of camels: dromedary camels, which have ...

Interesting Camel Facts for Kids - Fun Activities for Kids

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Camels coats (hair) reflect the desert sun and keeps them cool in very hot temperatures. It will also keep them warm in cooler temperatures.

20 Most Interesting Camel Facts With Photos - Answers Africa

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One of the most interesting camel facts is that they thrive in some of the most harsh conditions and places on earth. Read more amazing facts about camels.

Camel Facts, Information & Worksheets | Teaching Resources

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A camel is an even-toed ungulate which has the characteristic hump, or humps, on its back. They were domesticated over 3,500 years ago and have been used ...

Bactrian Camel - National Geographic Kids

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Bactrian camels have two humps on their backs where they store fat. Arabian camels, called dromedaries have only one hump, but both these types of camels  ...