A camel is an even-toed ungulate within the genus Camelus, bearing distinctive
fatty deposits ... have if distributed over the rest of their bodies, helping camels
survive in hot climates. ..... Cam...
Animal Adaptations and Survival. by Mandy Barrow ... Camels have many
adaptations that allow them to live successfully in desert conditions. Deserts are
hot and dry. Winds blow sand all around, so a camel has long eyelashes. It has
Sep 7, 2013 ... When you think of a desert, do you imagine a lifeless wasteland where ... and
global warming fast enough to survive however, and need our help. 3. ... think
about when you think about the desert is the Sahara desert camel.
Sep 12, 2012 ... The Sahara is the world's largest hot desert and covers most of northern Africa. ...
Many people imagine the Sahara as dotted with sand dunes, and the desert does
... that people and animals were able to survive on the edge of the desert. ...
Camels, most often associated with the Sahara, were introduced to ...
Adaptations are special characteristics that an organism is born with and which
enable it to survive in its natural habitat. Adaptations are not developed in the ...
Bactrian Camels of Ladakh. Dromedary camel. Camel. Do you have a MINT?
Dromedary ... Picture of an Arabian camel under a blue sky in the Sahara desert.
The one-humped camel, or dromedary camel, is found in the Arabian deserts of
the ... They can survive from minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 29 degrees ...
The average life of a camel and its calf. ... Desert people feed their camels dates,
grass, and such grains as wheat and oats. ... Camels that graze in the Sahara
can go all winter without water and may refuse to drink if water is offered to them.
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Jan 7, 2014 ... ... how the camel has adapted to withstand the harsh, arid climate of the desert. ...
with the Berbers enabled both man and beast to survive.
There are two distinct camel species -- the one-humped dromedary and the ...
camel is prevalent in eastern and central Asia, as well as in the Sahara Desert.