What do curious camels do when they encounter a wolf?

Camels thrive on sparse desert vegetation, thorny plants, and dried grasses that other beasts of burden consider to be inedible.

The camel’s legendary ability to go endless miles and days without water was long based on the false assumption that it “stores water” in its hump. It does not.

The animal's ability to endure blazing temperatures with a minimum of drinking water stems from its unusual metabolism and fantastic cooling system.

A camel can lose up to 40 percent of its body weight in water without diminishing the fluid content of its blood. (A twelve- percent loss is fatal to man.) Undue water loss from sweating is prevented because the animal’s “normal” temperature can vary over a wide range.


Responses to "What Do Wolves Think of Camels? - Wolf meets 2 curious camels"

  1. Music in a very spiritual way. Beautiful and makes me so sad for them and love them.

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