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. The humps are actua...
Oct 29, 2009 ... Until recently, many scientists believed that camels could store water in one of
their three stomachs.
Human beings and most animals store their fat mixed in with muscle tissue or in a
layer ... A camel uses about 5 gallons (20 liters) of water a day in the summer.
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Aug 19, 2013 ... Where IS water stored in camels if not in the humps? Find out on this weeks
episode of BioBlast!
Sep 12, 2015 ... Sandy the camel isn't one of the graceful looking animals on earth, but surely, his
body being built to store water even at the cellular level ...
A camel's hump does not hold water at all - it actually stores fat. The camel uses it
as nourishment when food is scarce. If a camel uses the fat inside the hump, ...
Camels storing water in their hump is 100% misplaced belief. But the fact is so
amazing that prima facie it appears incredible! There are two species of camel ...
Sep 18, 2013 ... Camels do not store water in their humps. Instead, camels use the humps to store
energy-rich fat deposits. Many animals, including humans, ...
Dec 18, 2015 ... God has designed camels perfectly, from their specially padded feet all the way
down to their blood cells to survive in extreme weather.
Jan 29, 2013 ... Contrary to popular belief, the camel's humps are not full of water. Instead, these
odd protrusions are mounds of fat — allowing the gangly beast ...