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The Life Cycle Of a Camel

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Zunairah Ahmed

on 25 May 2016

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Transcript of The Life Cycle Of a Camel

The Life Cycle of a Camel
Every 2-3 years a cow (Camel Mother) gives birth
to a newborn Camel. The calves are born with their eyes open and a thick coat of fur. The young stay with their mother for several years.
The Beginning of a Camel
Growing up
Their humps don't develop until their diet changes from milk to food. They reach sexual maturity at the age of 2-3.
Camels keep growing up and eventually reach the stage of adulthood.When they do, the camels mate and produce another camel.
Conclusion
The camel goes through all these stages and starts the cycle over again.
Thank You For Listening
Adulthood
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