Photo: Denise Vasquez ©2017
I'm happy because this camel didn't spit on me! MmmmHmmm camels spit when they feel threatened. Makes me wonder if a human taught them that because camels have been domesticated for thousands of years. Humans have relied on camels to carry them through harsh environments as camels can carry 200 pounds, travel as fast as horses & endure long periods of time without food or water. This Dromedary Camel has one hump which it uses to store fat which becomes energy for the camel.
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