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  • camel = camels, Camelus spp = Hornless, humped (Arabian has one hump, Bactrian has two humps), long-necked, ruminant, cushion-footed, quadruped mammal; used in desert as beast of burden and source of milk/wool/meat.


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Thumbnailcamel juvenile white camel market Darow Egypt SEW.jpg (Natural Science)

White camels are particularly prized, because you can see them in the desert in the dark (or so they told me). The elderly Egyptian man behind the camel was the manager of the camel market where the photo was taken. He was very proud to have fought with the British Army during the Second World War.

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