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Despite popular belief, a camel's hump stores not water, but fat - about 80 pounds of it. With this energy supply on its back, camel can go several days without eating. As it goes through the fat store, the hump shrinks and gets flabby. It gets firm again

I'd walk a mile for a camel. :-) (I've always had a soft spot for their wonderful, expressive faces!)

Wild Camels in the Desert When we went to Israel my mom said a funny joke. "Make a left past the camel".

Printable Picture of a Camel | Click on photo for full view.

Wild Bactrian Camel can be the least understood mammal associated with humans!

Interesting Facts About Camels - Ships Of The Desert

Interesting Facts about Camels - Ships of the Desert

The Camel (also known as the Dromedary Camel, the Arabian Camel and the One-Humped Camel) is a large hoofed animal that is most commonly found in the hot deserts of Northern Africa and the Middle East.

Newborn baby camel - free camels in the Sahara desert - nomad camels

Camels in Morocco

Jamal, a camel ring, in yellow gold, with a 6ct Madagascar sapphire for his hump by Boucheron.

Boucheron Ring - 'Jamal' in yellow gold with sapphire cabochon, sapphires, emeralds & diamonds. PHOTO: © COURTESY OF BOUCHERON ~ ~ ~ look at his smiley face!

Camels coloring pages | Super Coloring

Dromedary Arabian Camel coloring page from Camels category. Select from 28336 printable crafts of cartoons, nature, animals, Bible and many more.

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