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A comprehensive look at camels and their vital role in history. Take a fun quiz, and see how much you learned! Many of the camel pictures are also desktop wallpaper!
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Baby Dromedary Camel This is Gabriel, he is a two week old dromedary baby. Often camels are born white and will turn brown as they are growing up.
Domesticated thousands of years ago by frankincense traders, who trained the gangly cud-chewer to make the long and arduous journey from southern Arabia to the
The camels’ thick coats insulate them from the intense heat radiated from desert sand; a shorn camel must sweat 50% more to avoid overheating. During the summer the
Tylopoda (meaning “calloused foot”) is a suborder of terrestrial herbivorous even-toed ungulates belonging to the order Artiodactyla. They are found in the wild in
Another group that you may consider is a nag of wives and a jerk of husbands.