Bactrian camel

Bactrian camels have two humps rather than the single hump of their other relatives. The humps works in the same way—storing fat which can be converted to water and energy so they don’t run out of energy or become dehydrated. These humps give camels their ability to endure long periods of travel without water, even in harsh desert conditions. As their fat is depleted, the humps become floppy.

Similar to all other endangered species, the Bactrian camel is threatened by loss of habitat due to mining and industrial development.

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