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Dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius) eating flower, Morocco : Stock Photo
Also known as the Arabian camel, has one hump that is used for storing fat and flesh which can be used for nutrients when food sources are scarce. Well adapted to life in desert regions the camel can bite off and chew thorny plants.

Dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius) eating flower, Morocco

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Also known as the Arabian camel, has one hump that is used for storing fat and flesh which can be used for nutrients when food sources are scarce. Well adapted to life in desert regions the camel can bite off and chew thorny plants.
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