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.
A camel is an even-toed ungulate within the genus Camelus, bearing distinctive
fatty deposits known as "humps" on its back. The two surviving species of camel ...
Dec 24, 2013 ... In both types, the camel's hump—or humps—act as storage. Made up of fat and
tissues, the camels can draw nutrients and moisture from their ...
Dromedary and Bactrian camels, F-1 and F-2 hybrid camel photos and
information about other breeds of camels.
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 ...
But seriously speaking, there are three types of camels, which are one-hump
camels, two-hump camels, and camel cigarettes. I am only going to address the
Bactrian camels' native range is the steppes of north eastern Asia. They have two
humps. The wild species is considered to be endangered as only about 950 ...
Mar 16, 2012 ... Both types of camels have been domesticated for use as working animals for
over 4,000 years. In fact, of the millions of camels alive today, ...
Learn all you wanted to know about Arabian (dromedary) camels with pictures, ...
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In the past, hybrids (crossbreeds) of the two species were used widely in Asia.
These hybrid camels had one extra-long hump and were larger and stronger