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Maximilian Hagen

on 24 January 2013

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Transcript of Camel

Physical environment Camels are normally found in desert areas where there is almost no food or water. That is why they store the fat in their two humps. If there is a sand storm, they can close eyes and ears and nose, so no sand gets in . Habitat Camels have adapted in many different ways.
Some are:
1. Long eye lashes that keep out sand and sun
2. Camels can close its nostrils to keep sand out
3. A camel can survive one week without water and food.
4. Camels body temperature is between 34°C and 41.7°C.
5. Camels do not store water in there hump, only fat.
6. Camels feet are big so that they can walk well on sand. Adaptation Other Animals living in the Desert Amphibians (Frogs Toads etc.) Our Science Project
Eva, Nicolas, Max and Mika Camels Sonoran desert Toad Arthropods (Scorpions, Spiders etc.) Arizona Bark Scorpion
Black Widow Spider Birds Cactus Wren
Greater Roadrunner
Lappet-Faced Vulture
Ostrich The temperature they normally live in is around 30C* to 50C*.
Normally in deserts and very dry places
they barely get thirsty.It is because their big lumpy back holds a lot of energy (fat). The land is mostly dry and flat. Mammals Carcal
Black-tailed Jackrabbit
Fennec Fox
Kangaroo Rat
Spotted Hyena Reptiles Sidewinder Rattlesnake
Texas Banded Gecko
Texas Horned Lizard
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