Despite popular belief, a camel's hump stores not water, but fat - about 80 pounds of it. With this energy supply on its back, camel can go several days without eating. As it goes through the fat store, the hump shrinks and gets flabby. It gets firm again
Photographs capture Robyn Davidson's 1700 mile trek across Australia
GLOBETROTTER // female travel adventurers // ROBYN DAVIDSON // with her camel Zeleika: For two years before she started the trek, Robyn trained the camels and learned how to survive in the harsh desert
Interesting Facts about Camels - Ships of the Desert
The Camel (also known as the Dromedary Camel, the Arabian Camel and the One-Humped Camel) is a large hoofed animal that is most commonly found in the hot deserts of Northern Africa and the Middle East.
Baby Camel: What do we need to survive in the Jungle? Mama Camel: First we start with our God given talent _long neck. When the Jungle Economy seems intimidating, first, lets look inward "Where did God place us?