A hoof plural hooves or hoofs /ˈhʊfs/, is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal,
strengthened ... In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there
are no hooves p...
A camel's feet are actually not hooves, but each toe does have a hard nail that
gives the impression of a hoof. The large, wide feet are divided in half, and the ...
  Camels have two toes on each foot, each with a hoof on the front that
looks like a toenail. They walk on their toes much like a woman wearing a pair of
Camels have two toes on each foot. A hoof that looks like a toenail grows at the
front of each toe. Cows, horses, and many other animals walk on their hoofs.
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Camel can move easily across the sand because of its specially designed feet.
Camel's foot consists of two toes that spread when animal touches the ground ...
But in many parts of Africa and Asia today, camels still pull ploughs, turn
waterwheels and ... Camels have broad, flat, leathery pads with two toes on each
Camels have many adaptations that allow them to live successfully in desert
conditions. Deserts ... Camels feet are wide so they can walk on sand more easily
Nov 29, 2015 ... Camels have since had a long and distinguished military record. They played a
large part in the military successes of the Prophet Mohammed ...
Oct 5, 2012 ... Kanchanar is a valuable herb (actually a tree), used since ancient times for
reducing growths on the body and for strengthening the glandular ...