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Baby Bactrian Camel (born on February at the Cincinnati Zoo. Of the two species of camel, it is by far the more rare .

Bactrian Camels are native to Central Asia and are used for transport.

Bactrian Camels are native to Central Asia and are used for transport.

Bactrian camels have shaggy fur and two humps to help them cope with the temperature extremes of the Gobi desert and surrounding grasslands.

camel = camello :) Bactrian camels have shaggy fur and two humps to help them cope with the temperature extremes of the Gobi desert and surrounding grasslands.

Newborn Camel baby at the Cincinnati Zoo!    Baby Male Bactrian Camel - 4-29-12 -  (14 of 31) by West Chester Dumonts, via Flickr

Newborn Camel baby at the Cincinnati Zoo! Baby Male Bactrian Camel - - of by West Chester Dumonts

Bactrian Camel Riders and Dogs   Country of Origin: Tan'g China  Date of Origin Tang Dynasty late 8th century. Use: Funeral figure.

Chinese Art: Bactrian Camel, Riders, and Dogs Early Tang Dynasty

Miley the Baby Bactrian Camel  Originally ignored by her mother, the Mesker Park Zoo's newest Bactrian camel calf was cared for by keepers for her first week. However, mother camel, Renee, finally came around and is now hopelessly devoted to her little girl, following little Miley everywhere around the exhibit.

Miley the Baby Bactrian Camel Originally ignored by her mother, the Mesker Park…

Bactrian camel  Period:     Bronze Age Date:     ca. late 3rd–early 2nd millennium B.C. Geography:     Bactria-Margiana Culture:     Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex Medium:     Copper alloy N Metropoliitan Museum

Bactrian camel Period: Bronze Age Date: ca. late millennium B. Geography: Bactria-Margiana Culture: Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex Medium: Copper alloy N Metropoliitan Museum

Je sais qu'on est pas mercredi, mais @pixiedesbois est en amour avec le bébé

baby Bactrian camel and mom. The Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus) is a large…

While cruising through the Gobi Desert we came across this Bactrian camel. They are incredible animals able to go for months without water and able to drink up to 57 liters in one go. They can also withstand extreme hot and cold temperatures (-40 to 40). No wonder they were such an important pack animal for silk road traders; they continue to be used by nomads in the Gobi Desert today.

While cruising through the Gobi Desert we came across this Bactrian camel. They are incredible animals able to go for months without water and able to drink up to 57 liters in one go. They can also withstand extreme hot and cold temperatures (-40 to 40). No wonder they were such an important pack animal for silk road traders; they continue to be used by nomads in the Gobi Desert today.

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