Camels are large mammals that are well-adapted to life in the desert.
They have several physical adaptations that help them survive in hot, arid climates, including long legs, broad feet, and thick fur or hair that helps to insulate them from the heat.
Camels are known for their ability to go for long periods without water, thanks to their ability to store water in their humps.
Camels are also known for their stamina and endurance, which makes them useful for transportation in desert regions.
They are domesticated and used for transportation, milk, and meat production as well as in sports and tourism industries.
There are two types of camels: the dromedary, which has one hump, and the Bactrian, which has two humps.
Camels are herbivores and they feed on a variety of desert plants, including cacti and thorn bushes.
Camels are social animals and they live in groups called herds.
They have a life expectancy of 40-50 years.
Camels have been domesticated for thousands of years and have played an important role in human history, particularly in the trade and transportation of goods across the desert regions of Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.