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Dejan

Dejan is a wildlife blogger and content writer. He is the primary writer for the website.
From a young age, Dejan had lots of pets and always liked nature and wildlife. He is always hiking in nature, claiming mountain tops, and learning about animals. He loves to educate himself and others about animals, endangered species, and wilderness.
That's why he is regularly taking courses at its local Agriculture university, constantly communicating with veterinarians and zoologists, and reading the latest animal studies and research.

How Do Camels Conserve Water?

Camels have several mechanisms and adaptations to preserve water. Thick fur reflects sun rays, hump carries fat that can be turned into water, concentrated urine and dry feces have little water amount, nostrils can close and save water, and body temperature can fluctuate so camels sweat less. “How do camels conserve water’ is an excellent …

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How Do Camels Survive In The Desert? (All Adaptations)

Camels’ unique physiology and adaptations allow them to survive, even in the harshest conditions of the desert. Camels have thick fur to protect them from the heat, fat hump to serve as food storage, they rarely sweat, and can go for weeks without water. These are only a few reasons how camels survive in the …

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Are Camels Warm Or Cold-Blooded? (Endothermic or Ectothermic?)

Like other mammals, camels are warm-blooded. This means that they can maintain a “nearly constant” body temperature, regardless of the temperature of the environment. This is one of their most important adaptations; regulating their body temperature helps them save water and cool off. In this article, we will explain why camels are warm-blooded, and their …

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Are Moose And Camels Related?

Despite sharing some relations, camels and moose are not that closely related. They are both ungulates – large mammals that bear their weight on their toes, and members of the same order, Artiodactyla. In biology, there are millions of different plants, animals, bacteria, fungi, etc. To better understand them, scientists organized all of these organisms …

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What Are Camels Related To?

Camels we know today are closely related to South American llamas, alpacas, guanacos, and vicunas. All of these camelids are part of a biological mammalian camel family (Camelidae). Camels and horses, on the other hand, are not that closely related. In biology, taxonomy is a branch of science that names and classifies organisms based on …

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Camel Dulla (Description, Function, Anatomy)

If you ever saw a camel during the winter months, most likely it had some organ hanging down its mouth.  You might have thought it was an inflated tongue, a heart, or even a stomach camel regurgitated to cool down. It’s none of those. The inflated organ coming out of the camel’s mouth is called a …

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7 Incredible Facts About Camel Mouth

Camel’s mouth plays a critical role in grabbing, tasting, chewing, manipulating, and swallowing food. It also helps with seducing female camels and demonstrating supremacy over male camels. Someone described it as a Sarlacc pit from Star Wars. Not a compliment you’d like to receive.  Here are 7 camel mouth facts to blow your mind. 1. …

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How Do Camels Cool Down? (12 Brilliant Tactics!)

Imagine the situation: you’re sitting on a beach, under your umbrella.  Suddenly, you feel extremely hot. You put on a hat, order a margarita, and go into the water to cool down.  By the time you’re out, the bartender has made your drink and left it at your table. There’s a fresh lime in the …

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Do Camels Know Sharks Exist? (Not What You Think!)

Every day around 4 pm, an image pops into my Facebook feed saying: TIL – Sharks don’t know that camels exist. And despite telling myself not to check the comments, 15 minutes later I am reading responses like “They have a horrible education system then” or questions “What if we show them to one another?“ …

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Do Camels Explode When They Die?

Recently, I was watching an animal documentary on TV. In one part of the show, they were discussing natural animal explosions.  They mentioned how some stranded animals (whales) will sometimes create a big bang if left in the sun for a long time. This made me realize people might wonder the same about camels: do …

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