Country Side Camel Mating Hard!

Country Side Camel Mating Hard!


Camels are members of the Camelidae family along with alpacas and llamas. They’ve long been domesticated for meat, milk, and transportation, and are famous for their fatty humps. Today, there are two extant species of camel; the Dromedary, and the Bactrian. 

No matter what species, or where they live, all camels have the same teeth. Here, we’ll discover just how many teeth camels have, how many sets they go through, and what they use them for. Then, we’ll take a look at those fearsome canine teeth, and whether or not you should be worried about getting bitten by a camel.

3 Types of Camels
1. Bactrian Camel – Bactrian camels are found in Central Asia and also in the area of Bactria. These camels are domesticated. While most camels that you see are one-humped, these and the wild version are two-humped! These humps are smaller and more conical than the dromedary hump.

2. Dromedary/Arabian Camel – Dromedary camels can be found in the Middle East, South Asia, and the Sahara Desert. They have been brought into Australia and introduced there. They are domesticated. They are the tallest of the camels and have not been wild for almost 2,000 years.

3.Wild Bactrian Camel – Wild Bactrian camels are located in Mongolia and northwestern areas of China. This type of camel is actually wild and not domesticated. This is a separate species from the Bactrian camel, and there are roughly 1,000 left on Earth.


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