Camel

Camel

Camels are desert mammals. Like no other animals, they have perfectly adapted to life in dry and harsh conditions. They feed on the poor, spiky desert vegetation. They have a thick one, gray-brown hair, która chroni wielbłądy przed utratą ciepła. The hump is a source of energy, for fat is stored in it, which provides food for the camel's body, when he did not find it in the environment. It also stores heat, which warms the camel's body at night. Due to the number of humps, camels are divided into one-hump - dromedaries and two-hump - bactrians..