Camel Animal Pictures

Camelus dromedarius

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Dromedary Camel at Louisville zoo

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Dromedary Camel in Singapore Zoo

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Dromedary Camel in outback Australia

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A Camel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Dromedary, Arava Desert, Israel

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Sahara Camel calf feeding from her mother

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A domestic Dromedary Camel (Camelus dromedarius), in south-eastern Morocco

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Camel Teeth - Aggressive Camel
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Camel Teeth - Camel Skull
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Camel Teeth
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Why Do Camels Have Humps - Bactarian Camel
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What Do Camels Eat
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What Do Camels Eat
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What Do Camels Eat
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A camel is an opportunistic feeder that will eat anything, even thorny bushes.

Dromedary or Arabian camel, Camelus dromedarius, even-toed ungulate with one hump on back. Camel in the long golden grass in Egypt meadow. Summer day in wild nature. Dromedary walking in habitat.

Animals With the Toughest Skin-Camel
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Animals That Spit Acid

Animals That Spit Acid
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The dromedary Camel in the Sahara desert. When they get mad they will burp up some of their cud (the semi-digested contents of their fore-stomach).

Tallest Animals: Dromedary Camel Dromedary-keepers (Camelus dromedarius) with Doromedar on a watering place in the Jabal Qara (Jebel Qara) Mountains Sultanate of Oman

Tallest Animals: Dromedary Camel
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The dromedary camel is capable of drinking 100 L (30 gal.) of water in just 10 minutes and can tolerate water loss equal to over 30% of their body weight.

Amazing Desert Animals: Dromedary Camel

Amazing Desert Animals: Dromedary Camel
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A young wild dromedary, Camelus dromedarius, also called Arabian camel, walking on the sand desert in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Exotic Pet Ownership camel

Exotic Pet Ownership camel
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Camels are intelligent and emotional animals and form close bonds with humans. The typical domestic camel can be taught to follow specific commands, even though they can be stubborn at times.