Fun facts about camels for kids

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fun facts about camels for kids

Camels: Children Book of Fun Facts & Amazing Photos on Animals in Nature - A Wonderful Camels Book for Kids Aged 3-7 by Ina Felix

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Camel Facts This animal is well known for having a hump back and living in the of fun things to learn about the camel – read these fascinating facts about this.
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This animal is well known for having a hump back and living in the desert, but did you know the camel is a very interesting animal? There are lots of fun things to learn about the camel — read these fascinating facts about this animal. There are two different types of camels — the dromedary camel the kind that has only one hump and the Bactrian camel which has two humps. The one-humped camel resides in North Africa and the Middle East, while the two-humped camel is commonly found in Central Asia. No matter where they live, camels are usually found in desert-type climates. It consists of stored fat which the camels can resource when food and water are very limited. This fat can be broken down and used as nutrition in emergencies where food is scarce, so camels can go for days without water or food.

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This site uses cookies and by continuing to browse it you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read our cookies policy. Camels are well adapted to life in hot, dry climates. Cushioned feet stop them from sinking into the desert sand, long eyelashes keep the sand out of their eyes, and their nostrils close shut during a dust storm. Camels can travel long distances and go without food or water for weeks. Their domestic descendants are the llama and the alpaca.

People have kept camels for more than 4, years and still depend on them for survival all over the world. Read on to learn some interesting facts about camels and discover what makes them such unique animals! SPANA believes that all camels deserve to live a life free from suffering and to be treated with compassion. Learn more about our work treating working camels in Tunisia , Jordan and India. If you would like to help us reach even more camels, find out how you can support our work by making a donation or getting involved with fundraising for the charity. Camels have three sets of eyelids and two rows of eyelashes to keep sand out of their eyes.

Camels are mammals of the Camelidae family. Camels form the genus Camelus. They are also called Afro-Asiatic Camelids. There are two living species of camels. Camels have existed on Earth since prehistoric times. Camels live in desert, where it is hot and dry.

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