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Amazing Facts about Camels

  1. A female camel is called a cow, a male camel
    is called a bull and a baby camel is called a calf.

  2. The hump on the camel’s back is a lump of fat.

  3. Camels do not chew the food and swallow it
    instead. They regurgitate and chew the cud later.

  4. Camels shed their coat each year.

  5. Camels have two layers of thick eyelashes to
    protect them from the dust.

  6. Camels have paddy hoofs, with two toes to
    protect them from sinking in the sand.

  7. Baby camels are born without a hump

  8. Camels have three chambers in their stomach.

  9. Camels can eat thorny twigs without hurting
    its mouth.

  10. Camels can live without water for days and
    even months.

  11. A camel can drink about 200 liters of water in
    a day.

  12. The body temperature of the camel rises during
    the day and cools off during the night.

  13. Camels can close their nostrils or leave a
    small opening to prevent sand from entering inside.

  14. Camel’s ears are very small and hairy but
    their hearing power is very strong.

  15. Camels avoid stony deserts, as the gravel harms their feet.

  16. Camels are gregarious. Free roaming camels form groups of 6-30 individuals,
    made of one male, several females with offspring.

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