Camels are large, hoofed mammals that are known for their ability to survive in desert environments. There are two main species of camel: the dromedary camel, which has one hump, and the Bactrian camel, which has two humps. Camels are well adapted to living in hot, dry environments. They have thick insulating fur that helps to keep them cool, and their long legs and broad feet help them to walk easily on sand. Camels are also able to go for long periods of time without drinking water, as they are able to store water in their humps and use it when needed. Camels are often used as working animals in desert regions, where they can be used to carry goods and people over long distances. They are also used for their milk, meat, and hides. In addition to their practical uses, camels have also played a significant role in the cultural and economic history of many desert-dwelling societies.
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